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  1. Veeam's free windows agent is a solid backup solution too. I used to use Macrium, but now use Veeam.
  2. @bluemonday Not sure if this is the same problem I had, but whenever I attempted to download a file Malwarebytes would block a random website I hadn't navigated to and wasn't downloading from. Turns out Malwarebytes was scanning my entire download history and one item in there was triggering it every time. Again, not sure if this is the same issue I had - but that was the fix for me.
  3. Sorry I forgot to confirm that the "Scan with Malwarebytes" is still not present in my context menu. (Sorry for the double post, I don't appear to be able to edit my previous post.)
  4. Evening @LiquidTension Since completion of your instructions I have since turned off the "Event Log Data". I have attached my support logs and here is a link to my procmon logs (https://we.tl/t-yDwlWqxgBU). I do have feedback on this script - For whatever reason, the script saved the logs in the wrong location, my desktop is not located on my C:\ drive, yet that is where the logs ended up upon completion. The Malwarebytes support tool did save the logs in the correct location so they actually appeared on my desktop - I must say that I changed this around 4 years ago, this is the first time I have ever had something not appear on the desktop when it should have. Kind regards, Nathan mbst-grab-results.zip
  5. Okay, I didn't realise I was able to self register my license even though it wasn't purchased directly through Malwarebytes' website - Now I have set up an activated an account I should hopefully not have a license problem this time around should I use the "Clean" option. For anyone else who might see this post and purchased a license from elsewhere, check out this article: https://support.malwarebytes.com/docs/DOC-2722
  6. Hi Liquid, Thanks for the reply. Those logs were provided before I attempted the "Repair" option within the support tool. If you need me to provide additional logs then please let me know. Kind regards, Nathan
  7. The half baked implemented solution means I cannot exclude games from the Windows Store because I don't have permission to the Windows Apps folder to find the .exe, as Microsoft intend. This is why Malwarebytes needs to look at your installed programs list.
  8. ETA on a fix? I have no intention of using the "Clean" option, literally just on the 3.6.1 update I need to do the clean option and it completed F'd my license, to the point where Malwarebytes wouldn't accept it. I'm not going through that hassle again. I already used the "Repair" option within the support tool which completely removed my MBWAM and reinstalled it, since it downloaded the installer itself the issue is not just related to upgrading.
  9. If it's the .dll from the previous version (hash below) I did briefly try adding this to my program files (pulled it from a backup of my PC), but due to permission it was proving to be a pain - oddly couldn't even take ownership of the Anti-Malware folder. Algorithm - Hash - Path: MD5 - 5265576F992AF1DE32D79B8570F95922 - mbshlext.dll
  10. Really temped to do this. I used their support tool to repair Malwarebytes which in the end done a complete clean removal, saved my key to the desktop and reinstalled - the .dll still does not exist and the right click options are not there.
  11. Sorry, there is a problem This attachment is not available. It may have been removed or the person who shared it may not have permission to share it to this location. Error code: 2C171/1
  12. Hey exile, Not sure what's happened to the attachment, but I can't seem to download it. Kind regards.
  13. To be fair though, Malwarebytes should not be displaying ANYTHING on top of something which is in full screen unless you actually have Malware on your computer. This is the ideal solution, but the developers are not capable of doing this.
  14. Okay, I explained it wrong. There's a feature in Windows where it will list all of your installed applications and the .exe used. Like if you add a "non-steam" game to Steam, it shows you every single program you have installed, because it knows which .exe to use.
  15. Hey, "Play Mode" is not referenced on that page, at all. Also, how can I suggest a change to the MWBAM team? Quite frankly, what they implemented is a half arsed solution - what we really need is the "Add" button to SCAN all installed programs so you don't have to manually go into nested directories to find the .exe - you should have the manual option which we currently have too, but for ease of use MWBAM should scan your programmes.
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