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  1. Thanks for your replies so far! Um, so would FAT32 work? Does it need to be the same format as the hard drive on my computer? I tried reading those links but they confused me a bit... If I copy the files I want to onto the flash drive, I'd be able to copy them back onto the computer if/when needed if its either FAT32 or NTFS format..?
  2. Stupid question, but I want to make sure I do this right. I have a Windows Vista computer and I would like to know what format my 32GB USB flash drive needs to be so I can copy some files onto it (Which I hope is the same as backing up). I tried searching on Google but all I could find was how to install WIndows from a flash drive onto a computer... Thank you.
  3. Thanks everyone for the infomation you have provided me! I appreciate your time.
  4. Thanks for the information! But, what does file size have to do with it being malicious or not?
  5. Thank you for all of your answers! So if no antivirus on VirusTotal flags it as malicious, it should be safe? Also, I had another question, can .AVI files be malicious or contain malware aswell? Or can... just any file be malicious?
  6. Okay thank you. So if I scanned an .mp3 file with Avast, SUPERAntiSpyware and Malwarebytes and it doesn't detect as a threat, it should be safe? Thanks again.
  7. I am wondering if .mp3 files could contain any sort of malware in any way? I am not talking about a file that is named music.mp3 but the file type is an .exe being hidden by windows. I am talking about a real .mp3 file. I also would preferably like someone to answer who knows what they are talking about. I've been searching on the internet and many say yes and no... So I am still not sure. Also if an .mp3 file could contain something malicious, would an antivirus or antimalware scanner detect it? Thank you.
  8. Hello, I've been looking at my Add-ons in firefox and have noticed a few which... I don't rememeber downloading BUT they have been there for a long time. I know nothing about them and I have not had them activated for a while so I'm guessing I don't need them. Could someone explain to me what these Add-ons do exactly? Extensions: Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant 0.0.0 Plugins: RealPlayer Version Plugin 6.0.12.448 RealPlayer G2 LiveConnect-Enabled Plug-In (32-bit) 6.0.12.448 Shockwave for Director 12.0.0.112 Windows Presentation Foundation 3.5.30729.1 I tried doing some rese
  9. Wait, you can buy MBAM from more than 1 place? Where else can I buy MBAM then?
  10. Just wondering, will there be a MBAM Pro sale or discount for Christmas...?
  11. I did exit Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit and closed all other applications but the message still said: Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit uninstall complete. Some elements could not be removed. These can be removed manually. I uninstalled it on my other computer then reinstalled it and it didn't have this message. Also, when you say to uninstall MBAE, you mean with windows, in Programs and features? Thankyou for a reply.
  12. Well what I meant by bad was useless (Like more than one doing the same thing..?) or incompatible with each other... I guess I didnt explain very well. I don't have much knowledge of how web browser extensions and add-ons work really...
  13. This may seem like a stupid question but how do you properly uninstall Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit..? I've tried searching around and I couldn't find anything... maybe I missed it.. I unisntalled with windows but then I got this message: Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit uninstall complete. Some elements could not be removed. These can be removed manually. I don't know but this makes me feel like I've done something wrong. Is this normal? After it was uninstalled this way I checked in program files and the MBAE folder was still there so I just deleted it. Is this the elements that could not be r
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