Top Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. My Anti-Virus detects malware, blocks software from running and triggers a virus alert for AntDM. Do you distribute malware?
There are numerous comments of our users who write about the blocking of our software by their Anti-Viruses. They often think that we are distributing malware.These alarm messages of Anti-Virus programs is called False Positives.
The 90s passed, at that time users were infected their PC with getting the software. Currently, if we distribute the malware, Google will quickly block our site and guys in uniform will come to our home!Now one of the main ways to infect your computer is to install the exploit on the hacked sites that you visit daily. This happens imperceptibly and anonymously.
We do not have the ability to install several dozens of anti-virus software to test our software. Instead, we are testing a release build on a popular resource virustotal.com designed for such purposes. If the tests pass without false positives or with a minimum number, then a new version of AntDM is released.
Thank you for understanding!
2. Runtime Error R6034
If you see a Runtime Error R6034, as shown in the picture, then most likely you have installed or launched some software that conflicts with our software.
The error indicates that the Windows operating system cannot correctly load the runtime DLL library for the normal operation of antCH.exe (in a particular case) module.
3. I pay my Internet provider for Internet bandwidth, eg 100 Mbit /s. I see the value of 5MB in your progress window. Why so?
At the beginning you should convert 5MB to units of measurement Mbps is 40Mbps. So, the download speed of 40 Mbit/s is the speed at which the file travels through the Internet network through many providers, servers, routers and other communication equipment. Each element in this journey may have its own bandwidth, which is shared along with other traveling files and which may eventually be lower than the bandwidth your provider declares. In other words, the speed at which your file is delivered is equal to the throughput rate of the weakest element in this chain.
In addition, the overhead costs of signaling protocols should be subtracted from the stated bandwidth of the provider, and the costs of possible other home consumers (for example, Internet TV, WiFi consumers, etc) should be added to your 40 Mbit/s.
And, Attention! Do not forget about your HDD where the file is written. It can greatly slow down the download. Perhaps it is very crowded, defragmented, and at the same time other competing devices address it. All this greatly reduces the final download speed of the file.
Tip: if you have high-speed Internet, if possible, use SSD drives, this will greatly speed up the final download speed.