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OneEyedLeftist

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  1. Just kill the process in Task Manager and wait for them to fix it.
  2. It's not destructive, just massively annoying. Like I stated previously, I've had antivirus/malware software kill my OS before, requiring a complete reinstall.. Now THAT'S destructive. I'm just relieved it's only a memory leak they can fix, and not some new malware that's figured out how to kill antimalware software! It's fixable without data loss.
  3. Well considering how rare Malwarebytes has screwups, and they usually aren't deadly to the system (I remember using AGV and having it delete system files, rendering the system unbootable), I'll give them a mulligan on this one. I'd rather have a memory leak once in a while, than my OS devoured.
  4. I'm glad I'm not the only one... I thought some supermalware was trying battling Malwarebytes to the death! I'm relieved to see it's just a bug.
  5. Thank you for linking that SinanOnline, I didn't have time to search for a topic since my PC kept freezing up.. I finally had to settle with killing the process, and was following the automated instructions, then saw your reply.
  6. I was playing World of Warcraft today when I guess Malwarebytes possibly updated (usually it seems to do it in the late morning).. Now Malwarebytes proceeds to eat all RAM, then proceeds to fill up my swap file, then crash the computer.. I uninstalled it, reinstalled it, and it worked normally until I registered it. Then immediately the same thing. https://i.imgur.com/ZXnRyHO.png
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