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  1. Thank you. I have changed the settings re: Windows Action Center. I began to suspect a conflict with Avira early on and see MB has arrived at the same conclusion. Please let me know if and when you obtain any more information on this. Appreciate it!
  2. Let me know if you need anything else. Sorry for delay; am dealing with a lot of issues just now. mb-check-results.zip
  3. Here they are: Hope this helps. I did not do the MB check results since I just installed the latest build as per previous instructions. If you want me to do that anyway, let me know. Thanks. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  4. I tried nikhils suggestion since it was the quickest. All of my Real Time Protections are on. However, the rootkit problem continues. It is never turned on initially under settings. I turn it on, but when I did a scan MB did not perform a rootkit inspection. Sure enough, I went back to settings to find scan for rootkits turned off again. This time I did not receive any kind of problem warning. This is getting more than frustrating. I'm wondering should I now go ahead and perform the FRST and Addition logs. This is about the third time I have done this in probably as many months. I know
  5. It seems that every so often one or another of the web protection items turns itself off. The only solution is to uninstall-reinstall MB, but when I do I have to start from scratch, inputting my settings and of course there are no former scans listed since it says no scans have been done yet. Fine and good. But a few days later, MB gave notice that there was a problem with rootkit detection: "Malwarebytes was unable to load the anti-rootkit DDA Driver. This error may be due to rootkit activity. We recommend re-booting so Malwarebytes can attempt to install the driver." Well, of cours
  6. I did the same thing--they're deleted & quarantined as of last night. Booted up the PC this morning and everything is working fine. I did another Malwarebyte scan and there were no infections. It seems up in the air whether Mariofev is an FP or not. Some sites say yes and that it's very serious; others say it's a false positive. Considering the descriptions of what it does, I decided just to hit the Remove button. Malwarebytes is a great program and I'm going to recommend it to others. I had run other scans just the day before and they found nothing. Now of course maybe my PC hadn'
  7. Thanks, it's just that my problem was the same as the OP and a lot of forums like to keep down the # of threads about the same topic. Cheers!
  8. Thanks for the quick response. I updated Malwarebytes just before the scan. I always update when I'm going to scan my PC, so I have the latest update before the scan begins. But I will try it again and see what happens. Can't hurt! I appreciate any thoughts on this matter. According to a Google search, it seems that this Mariofev is quite a serious worm so it is really of great concern to me.
  9. Hi, Malwarebytes also found 4 instances of this virus. If it is a false positive, what should I do (sorry, I'm not too computer literate yet)? Should I chose "Ignore"? Thank you in advance.
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