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KeybdFlyer

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  1. I'm happy to report that installing MB to C:\Program Files seems to have cured the problem. I haven't had the message box pop up since re-installing earlier this afternoon, so a big thank you to exile360 for having such good recall and sharing it with us!
  2. Ok then. The re-installation is complete and "About" now shows "Component package version 1.0.391" as it should. It remains to be seen if it has also cleared the Real-Time Protection pop-up message box error, but I certainly hope so! Thanks exile360!
  3. exile360 That's interesting, and I haven't heard about it before. I install all my "utility" programs (such as 7-Zip, MB, Speccy, Winmerge etc) to E:\Utilities - which MB allows you to do, it prompts for a program installation location of your choice. So I'll uninstall MB again and try a re-install to the default location at C:\Program Files and see what happens. Wish me luck, lol.
  4. I've been having this problem for about 3 weeks now. Whether I'm browsing Reddit, YouTube or playing a game, up pops the "Real-Time Protection turned off" message box about every 5 minutes or so. I downloaded MB installer, uninstalled MB completely, re-booted and re-installed again but I still have the pop-up at the same frequency. It's incredibly irritating. BTW? Before the uninstall/re-install I followed the suggestions at the top of this topic but it changed nothing. The new installation is showing "Component package version 1.0.0" despite the download file being named "...3.5.1.2522-1.0.391-1.0.6237". Is there anything else I can do? P.S. In the time it took to type this post, the pop-up appeared three times.
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