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About stoneweather

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    Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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    music, djing/making music, WoW, D1/D2/D3, L4D2, Elder Scrolls

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  1. yeah, but it's an old blackberry 9320 curve, the app seems geared towards android users, this phone is, to say the least, less than stellar for apps, and definitely cannot use android apps. ah well.
  2. hello, i don't really have an issue, just doing some regular scanning and i have my phone charging via my computer and i was wondering, even though in the full scan drive selection window it shows my phone (as drive "x") is malwarebytes able to find/remove malicious software that may be on my phone? or is there a distinction that would require an app specifically for the phone? as it is an older blackberry i can't get the google play version of malwarebytes. p.s. sorry if this is in the wrong topic thread i wasn't sure where to post it, nothing came up in the search and this post doesn't req
  3. i think we're about done here other than troubleshooting some minor game lag (could just be on Blizzard's end), and minor audio issues, but i'm sure i can troubleshoot those on my own. thank you so much for your time!
  4. sorry i was typing that in the run bar instead of loading cmd.exe first, getting tired... anyway success!
  5. sorry for the delay, one of my roommates is pretty sick had to run to the store and get some cough syrup for her. i'll run that now i forgot to turn off the av
  6. i'm not sure if it got removed, the dos window pops open for a milisecond and then disappears, where can i check to see if it's still there?
  7. okay some of that stuff had already been removed, but what about "S3 SjyPkt;SjyPkt;\??\c:\windows\system32\drivers\sjypkt.sys --> c:\windows\system32\drivers\SjyPkt.sys [?]"? i've looked online a bit concerned maybe it's a virus, though i'm sure it's that realtek thing you said, i don't know how to remove it.
  8. i'm using the free version but i'm going to buy pro either next week or around the end of the month.
  9. "If you're not going to use the Realtek Wireless card then you should uninstall it. The system is trying to load a driver that apparently is no longer there and is being flagged in the Event Logs. S3 SjyPkt;SjyPkt;\??\c:\windows\system32\drivers\sjypkt.sys --> c:\windows\system32\drivers\SjyPkt.sys [?]" there is this however, should i re-install it or uninstall it? i mean in regards to my current wireless set up, would it possibly solve my lag spikes?
  10. just "unusual" latency spikes and audio glitches, but i guess i that's not in the jurisdiction of malwarebytes now that i guess it's shown that i'm not infected, and i can go back and review some of the previous posts and see if i can't fix up the audio at least... the latency issue i should be able to figure out on my own too.
  11. okay was i supposed reinstall mbam again before running mbam-check? i'll install it now and run mbam-check again, sorry.
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