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About yagrom

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  1. Computer: ASUS ROG G20AJ, Intel Core i5-4460, 8gb memory, 3.2GHz OS: Windows 10 Home, build 14393, 64 bit One day ago I installed the mb3-setup-consumer- program; after reboot, I received a Malwarebytes dialog "Unable to connect the server." I restored my system from a backup image. After browsing the forum, I decided to give another effort: Quit Malwarebytes from the tray icon. Ran the mb-clean- program; when it completed, a reboot dialog request showed - I rebooted. After login, the dialog requested "Would you like to download and install Ma
  2. I recently uninstalled Malwarebytes 3.0.5. When I reinstalled it, the installer could not overwrite/create a new "Mbae64.sys" file. I cancleled the installation, then tried to delete the Win32/Driver/Mbae64.sys file - Windows notified me that the file was in use. So, I rebooted, then renamed the file to Mbae64.sys.bak; the renaming worked, I rebooted again, and I was able to delete the Mbae64.sys.bak file. I ran the installation for Malwarebytes 3.0.5 and it suceeded without flagging the Mbae64.sys file. I thought I'd mention my experience, because it was possible for me to manually
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