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[PC] How to resolve 'Untrusted System File' errors

The 'Untrusted System File' errors often occur when a DLL on your PC has become corrupted and is consequently considered suspicious by our anti-cheat service, Easy Anti-Cheat.

Please try running the Windows System File Checker, which will replace any corrupted Microsoft DLLs with the appropriate versions:

1. Launch the 'Command Prompt' as an administrator
2. If prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, enter the password or select 'Allow'
3. Enter the command:
sfc /scannow
4. Restart your PC once complete

If the issue persists, make note of the 'untrusted' DLL and pop it into a Google search. You should be able to work out which program the DLL belongs to by doing this, and you will then need to reinstall or repair the affected program.

Please do not download DLLs from untrusted or unknown sources. 
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