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  1. The system boots fine after I disabled the early launched anti-malware but I think it's on the whole time. Also, I scanned my HDD and found tonnes of bad sectors and sometimes system just hangs up while if there was heavy data IO. So indeed, my drive is failing. I replaced with another drive but haven't install MB yet. I'll update if anything come up again. Thanks for the reply.
  2. Last night I rebooted my PC after windows update and GeForce GTX1060 display driver + GeForce Experience [not sure whether this matters]. After reboot, my pc would start to Windows. Got this error code 0xc00000e9 IO error. It said it could also be caused by corrupted registry. After few restarts later, I clicked Advanced Startup Option ---> Disable early launched anti-malware protection. My pc boot up to Windows normally. I not sure whether this is bug or my system fault. Attach together Malwarebytes Support Too log file mbst-grab-results.zip
  3. You tried updating your network card driver yet? Others found the web engine conflicts with tcpip.sys and updating nic driver could help.
  4. I temp disable web prot. Stops the symptoms . Try update your client . If still same issue, most probably they still finding permanent solution . p/s:my prev post in this topic got deleted?
  5. I have BAD POOL HEADER bsod as well, it occurs after i updated to ver 3.0. I read somewhere it's related to network card driver and if you disable the web protection, the symptom goes away. Just temporary work around anyway. I'm using D-Link DWA-140 Rev B3. Updated to latest driver available from D-Link earlier but it doesn't make any different. FRST.txt Addition.txt MBAMSERVICE.zip 121816-28703-01.dmp

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