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  1. Thanks again... though it's been almost a decade since I "officially" was in the IT field I still help a few people and business and try to submit issue, fps, and such.
  2. I do have it enabled and generally I know false from real but I also thought I should report it so that it could be checked into and added to a whitelist I assume MBAM uses and pushed with it's incremental updates. Thank you for the quick reply.
  3. As the title states I am seeing what I am fairly sure is a false positive. VirusTotal suggests it is safe and it is from a program I have used for many years called DAUM PotPlayer. I suspect the installer package changed somehow and this created the FP. As requested, the log and zipped file are included, thank you. PotPlayerSetup_120.zip falsepositive.txt
  4. Totally understandable but when I first came here I was not fully aware of that fact. I quickly realized it and I get the why, just an odd adjustment after having been an Admin on what at one time was one of the largest PC related forums out there and always helping the members. I am now mostly on three car forums on which I am staff of two so I am just very used to being the go to guy. I respect the rule and reasons here and only check back to see that my posts have been seen as to be sure we have some form of closure on the original subject at hand. Thanks Firefox.
  5. Thanks. My only issue with how that went down was once there was a thought that an infection was the source or potential problem assistance pretty much ceases and people are directed to another area of the forum. Since this system is actually not infected (although it may seem some signs would suggest it) that part of the forum helps me none at all and my actual problem continued. I also find the community type help offering seems frowned upon and only specific "helpers" are allowed or expected to assist those in need. Having been involved in the IT field for over 15 years I am often the guy called by other repair techs and even store owners that are also working techs themselves I tend to enjoy helping others when possible. (I also like toying with a lot of software hence the insanity of my system as far as logs might show). The system runs pretty much 24/7 with a reboot or maybe two a month and has on the same load of Windows since mid 2010 when I built this Intel i7 system. Still going strong and without issue. Anyway, thanks for reading and offering to help. I generally spend my time on car forums and have the 10K+ posts there so it isn't likely you'll be seeing much of me around here.
  6. It was my original intent to offer what was a small bit of my experience in the efforts it could be similar but I came to realize this forum works differently than what I am accustomed to so I stopped replying. My last post was to make sure that SoulsCollective or anyone that happened across this did not skim through and take away any non useful information. I was of course not suggesting in this case it was your problem and I wish I had more an opportunity to assist you but I have found this forum has designated helpers more than a community based effort of assistance so I simply bowed out as not to create any issues for anyone. I do hope you find or have found some resolution. I assume you are in this case speaking to SoulsCollective but I did wish to also "follow-up" as it seems appropriate that conclusions be given and seeing as I was intending to offer a bit of help then found it a hardware rather than software issue I wished to voice that fact.
  7. Just as an FYI... Right around the time the mbam issue happened I added a new HD, turns out that I tested and found 1 of 6 memory modules was in the early stages of failure. Once that module was removed mbam went back to working and I have since RMA'd and reinstalled the modules, all is well. While this may not apply to others with this issue I felt it should be stated things are resolved and the only changes are the replacement of the memory modules. Thanks
  8. Just as an FYI... Right around the time the mbam issue happened I added a new HD, turns out that I tested and found 1 of 6 memory modules was in the early stages of failure. Once that module was removed mbam went back to working and I have since RMA'd and reinstalled the modules, all is well. While this may not apply to others with this issue I felt it should be stated things are resolved and the only changes are the replacement of the memory modules. Thanks
  9. Do you have the specifics of the Blue Screen of Death? Info up top and bottom ideally... Top will have a sentence like IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL and bottom will be 0x00000109 as an example.
  10. According to another forum member here they have found some issues with Registry Cleaning so if you are using CCleaner to clean the registry that may be a factor worth considering. I have not had anymore issues with MBAM since I shut down CCleaner but I don't want to call it a true "fix" at this point. I have considered Super Antispyware as it has greatly improved but I still prefer MBAM and for now it seems to have went back to working...for now. (Gotta see how long it lasts but so far it is doing well). Good luck Chris!
  11. I understand, since I am not infected or interested in working on an issue as if I might be I have no need or desire to go to that area of the forum. I get you do not work for MBAM, I am a Super Mod on several forums where I have been for years and like you I do not actually work for but assist with issues when needed. I have also been working in the IT field for many years, this system is running on 4 yrs so there is a lot of "buildup" over the years and I'm simply not yet willing to restore the system. I appreciate your help. I have turned off CCleaner and so far everything is still working as of right now but I didn't want to call it a "solution" so I retracted my last statement. Thank you for your reply, I do not use or suggest any registry cleaning (especially with Win7 and later OS) so no issues in that area.
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