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  1. I did some troubleshooting and may have found the problem. If I'm correct it's the chrome extension "Flash Video Downloader". This however may not apply to everyone in this thread. I disabled all of my extensions, closed chrome and reopened and enabled each one one at a time. Each time I turned on Flash video Downloader extension it popped the malwarebytes warning window. I removed the extension, went to Chrome web store and downloaded the latest version. So far so good. I'll wait until a Malwarebytes support tech looks at the files I included though.
  2. FRST.txt Addition.txt mwbthreatscan520.txt Sorry, not trying to hijack someone else's thread. If a mod wants to make my post a separate thread please do so.
  3. Hey guys, I'm also having this same problem.
  4. I was able to download a different iso and successfully ran DISM. Thank you for the assistance!
  5. Looks like I'll have to dig up a Windows 10 iso image because DISM is not wanting to restore files from my HD image.
  6. It would seem that the problem was that I had lingering files from Avast left on the system. Once I used their uninstall tool Windows Defender came back up. Thank you! I still seem to have an issue with system file checker coming back with errors, any advice you can give on that?
  7. Thanks for the reply! I ran all scans and attached the text files to this post. mwb threat scan report.txt AdwCleaner[S0].txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  8. Hello, I'm experiencing an issue with Windows Defender but I unfortunately I also think the problem may be more widespread than that with Windows 10. I normally run Malwarebytes Premium along with MSE/Windows Defender but just noticed today that Windows Defender is giving me an error saying that it's been turned off. I did a scan with Malwarebytes as well as ran a scan using ClamWin. Both scans from both programs found no malicious files. I researched ways to turn Defender back on and none of the methods listed got me anywhere. I've run sfc /scannow and it comes back saying there were errors but windows was unable to fix some. I tried running DISM with /restorehealth command and it doesn't like the source file. Any assistance is appreciated! Thanks, Coug
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