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Chris-G

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  1. It's not just Chrome, It crashes Firefox as well.
  2. I too have had a few BSOD's, all with: Stop code: DRIVER IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL What failed: NETIO.SYS The times of the BSOD's are 05 July @ 10:43, 06 July @ 07:48 and 12 July @ 05:12. My current versions of MWB are 3.5.1.2522 with Component Package 1.0.391. It should be noted that I had been using the beta version (Component package 1.0.390, to cure the Ransomware/Program Update problem) from 30 June.
  3. I have just updated to 1.0.390, as I was having the reported Program Update and Ransomware Shield problem. I use Avast in a very minimal configuration for it's Mail shield in conjunction with Malwarebytes, what I han't realised is that I had accidentally got the Webshield of Avast set On. Prior to updating to 1.0.390, I had no problem accessing websites (Avast/Malwarebytes Webshields On), but after the upgrade then websites can't be accessed. The browser (be it IE, Firefox, Cyberfox etc) just sits there trying to download the page. Disabling either Malwarebytes or Avast webshields, all starts working again.
  4. I'm glad I found this topic, as I thought the problems I was having, was due to the Latest Win10 1803 update. I too have had similar problems when updating Cyberfox (64bit) browser and Foxit PDF viewer (Free version). See Image for Cyberfox. There was no problems manually installing the latest versions of software over the old. I don't know if this is related, but I have also had a problem with a program called Essential PIM (See Image). I cured this problem by deleting the log file that was causing the problem, again I don't know if this is a MB issue or an Essential PIM issue, as both were updated about the same time.
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