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  1. Greetings, Please find the log attached. Fixlog.txt
  2. Greetings Advanced Setup, Pleasure doing business with you again. No need to apologize for the delay, I know you are busy. For future reference, is there someplace people that are paying for Malwarebytes Premium should put support tickets? I remember reading something about their being an accelerated help system for premium members, and since I have a 2 year Malwarebytes Premium license I am curious where such things should be put. If I am mistaken on that front, or misunderstanding what would be covered under such a service, please let me know. I would just be kicking myself if I had a ser
  3. Greetings, I've been encountering some REALLY strange system behavior recently. Sometimes my system randomly has the network connection and disconnection sound go on and off. I have routinely had to restart the computer to restore functioning of the wifi connection. The REALLY strange behavior is connected to my Skype account. After these little network hiccups, my Skype account routinely has the majority of my contacts deleted - with my status changed to a random string of letters. This happens despite me resetting the accounts password on a fairly routine basis. I have reinstalled Malware
  4. Greetings, Recently the web protection shield in Malwarebytes has failed to load. When I go into settings and attempt to enable it the switch hangs on "starting". The shield has been working fine since I purchased the license in May and I have been overall very pleased with the product. Any advice to assist me in resolving this issue would be appreciated. I've attached the mb-check-results file as per the forums instructions. Any advice you could provide would be highly helpful. mb-check-results.zip
  5. Gotcha, good to know. The system is running better overall, but still operates strangely when firefox is involved. What spooks me about it is watching command prompt windows open every time firefox starts or closes. I do not notice the same behavior with Chrome. This might just be a faulty diagnostic in Firefox actually showing the command prompt windows, but I'm innately suspicious, and would much rather find out exactly why I'm getting random command prompts I never used to get. What I particularly dislike about them is watching them open for a split second, then immediately close. This b
  6. Greetings, All tools were run, log attached. It is interesting to note that on reboot the system began repairing its OS. I got the classic, "Scanning and Repairing Disk" message that loads sometimes when a system's OS has been damaged. It booted fine after the scan and repair though. Fixlog.txt
  7. Greetings, Everything but Sohpos was run. Sophos hung, with an error preventing it from scanning.All other logs have been attached. FRST.txt Addition.txt JRT.txt AdwCleaner[C0].txt
  8. Greetings Thanks as always. I know I can be somewhat difficult to work with. I really do appreciate how much help you have provided me over the years :). Files attached, as per your request. I saw a bunch of MS-DOS windows open recently on startup, so I suspect it is a batch file. Otherwise, I'm just being paranoid. I just know I left my laptop alone around the fella', and I don't trust him as far as I can throw him. Warm Regards, ~Trav FRST.txt Addition.txt
  9. Greetings, I am running a windows 8 Toshiba Satellite F3 CM-5. The durable system has been running fine, but has run into issues. I recently have noted some exceedingly bizarre behavior. Up to this point the behavior might have just been a failing harddrive, but at this point I suspect the drive has been compromised. What I really want to know is what the censoreder did, because I suspect one of my co-workers is involved. Anyway, the laptop in question has been acting weird over the last few weeks. Tonight, when I attempt to open a word document it literally opened a dropbox window. I ha
  10. Greetings, I recently stumbled across the solution, and wanted to provide some information for anyone that stumbles across a similar problem in the future. My system automatically updated to Windows 10 about two weeks ago. After the update processed, the problem persisted, but I started getting more specific errors. this was especially the case when I tried to run the Battle.Net updater, which found that network protocols were somehow missing. All it took was the netcfg -d command in an elevated command prompt and the system loaded firefox faster, loaded LoL, and properly runs Battle.Net
  11. Firefox takes 2 minutes to load. League of Legends hangs with the attached wait chain: The process then either continues for upwards of several hours, or it closes itself. This has happened after a clean uninstall and reinstall of the software. Firefox's slow loading times also return the same wait chain, even though it does eventually load. A ccports readout on what the process is doing with network resources is attached. This behavior is not observed in Safe Mode, both programs load in a timely fashion. Thanks for your time, ~Trav League.txt
  12. Greetings, All logs have been attached as per your previously stated preference. Best Regards, ~Trav JRT.txt esetlog.txt AdwCleaner[C1].txt AdwCleaner[S1].txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  13. Greetings, I preformed several disk checks, one with the manufacturers software, and the others with some 3d party tools I like to use to look at system health. Screen shots of tools are listed below. Checkdsk was then run, and began a complete sweep of the drive on reboot. I fell asleep at this point, so if it crashed I am unaware. It had loaded the user login page upon my waking, however. My problems unfortunately persisted. I decided to start uninstalling potentially conflicting programs. Both Avast and I-Obit have been shown to conflict with League in the past, so I started with them. U
  14. Greetings, I have attached the logs as you requested. Have the rules in regards to how files are to be handled changed? I ask because I was following the instructions in the diagnostic logs instructions verbatim, in which it states: It will make a log (FRST.txt) in the same directory the tool is run. Please copy and paste it to your reply. The first time the tool is run, it also makes another log (Addition.txt). Please copy and paste it to your reply as well. For future reference, should I disregard those points and only ever provide attachments? Or is this a matter of th
  15. Greetings, I have copied and pasted the appropriate logs where need by. Note, these diagnostics were run in safemode, which looks to have possibly interfered with checkresults normal functioning. EDIT 1: While pouring over the logs I noticed that remnants of COMODO still exist. I have gone through and attempted to delete them manually, but some files were elusive and are probably hidden. I had been running COMODO on this system for a while, but got tired of their constant adspam. Their uninstaller was abysmal and actually broke my system at the time because it failed to remove firewall
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