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  1. In the past few days, I have shut down and turned back on my computer multiple times, and I have not experienced any connection issues as of yet.
  2. I am using wireless. Strangely, the last post that I made (post #20) was made successfully while my internet was not working on the rest of my computer. For some reason, the internet worked correctly on the tab that had this website open and another tab that had Instagram open, but the internet stopped working in all of my other tabs when I tried to visit a new website. The only reason I can think of is that the tabs that worked were already open when the internet stopped working, but that doesn't explain why the internet still worked on those tabs. Here is my version of Malwarebytes. The "update package version" when I first opened the program was 1.0.19426. I closed the program and opened it a few minutes later and it was 1.0.19428. Then I clicked "check for updates" and it became 1.0.19430. I have it set to check for updates and install them automatically, but this behavior still occurred.
  3. I used the MBST and it seemed to have gone fine. In recent days, I have noticed my computer's internet has occasionally stopped working until I restart the computer, but I'm not sure if that's a virus/malware issue.
  4. Is "FRSTEnglish.exe" supposed to download into my computer along with the Malwarebytes Support Tool?
  5. Here is a screen shot of the registry. I can right click the entry and see a delete option, but I don't know how to identify if it's a Parent - Top key location.
  6. I deleted the file from the C drive with the Avast Cleaner, but afterwards I still found a similarly named entry in the REGEDIT.
  7. Yes, I used the Avast Cleaner to delete my "avast!" folder from my C drive. No, I don't read Chinese. There are also some Korean and Hebrew characters in there. I don't know why the file was named like this. I have located the file in my C drive and its properties say that it's from AVAST Software. Should I run the Avast Cleaner again to delete this file?
  8. What exactly does the Malwarebytes Tray Application do? I have attached my FRST and Addition files from my new scan. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  9. I have completed the steps. My computer's performance went back to normal after I ran aswclear, and I was able to complete a threat scan in a normal amount of time. But I still ran FRST64 and produced the Fixlog anyway just in case. Also, I have noticed that Malwarebytes Tray Application keeps appearing in my Task Manager. Is this normal? Why does this keep appearing in Task Manager? Fixlog.txt
  10. In addition, my computer's overall performance has slowed significantly as well. Opening web pages and applications takes much longer than it usually did. Something even as simple as right-clicking a file will take close to a minute to open the menu. My detection history shows some detections in the past few days, so I am suspecting that that may be the culprit, however my most recent threat scans have shown no threats detected or quarantined. I have attached my FRST.txt, Addition.txt, a screenshot of my threat scan checking for updates, a screenshot of my detection history, and the log of my most recent successful threat scan. Addition.txt FRST.txt log.txt
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