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  1. Hi, I think you are still better of to use version 3.4.5 premium. This is working fine. Regards Ben
  2. Hin Just revert to 3.4.5 premium, this is working without bsod's. See my previous posts.
  3. Hi, Just uninstall 3.5.1 and reinstall 3 .4.5 all protections enabled and wait until they have solved it. See my previous comment for download link. regards Ben
  4. Of course one should remove 3.5.1 before installing 3.4.5. regards Ben
  5. Hi Gatacca, In my previous comments, i gave a trusted link for the 3.4.5 version. Regards Ben
  6. I am using 3.4 and it is working perfectly with all the protections enabled. So my suggestion would be, do not upgrade until the problem is solved by malwarebytes.
  7. Hi, I am working 45 years in IT, and if an update is causing this problem 'look what you have changed' because previous one runs perfect. So look at YOUR software. WHAt DID YOU CHANGE.
  8. After a couple of days running version 3.4.5 without any problems, I got notified by Malwarebytes on the screen that there was an update. Knowing that i could always revert back i tried this update. Now running version 3.5.1 without BSOD for 3 hours. Hope problem is solved Just got the bsod again, so stay away from version 3.5.1.2522
  9. Hi, I had the same problem and reverted to previous version of malewarebytes . Problem solved https://www.filehorse.com/download-malwarebytes-anti-malware/old-versions/
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