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  1. I don't know what to tell you, but I had it installed and working for years, and I created the RAM Disk when I built the computer - probably even more than 5 years ago.
  2. I've had this RAM Disk for 5+ years. All of a sudden, there's a Malwarebytes update, and it completely stops working... *sigh* Well, after changing my temp folder to a regular drive, I was able to install and run MWB again. The app data folder is on a regular drive, so no problems there. I do have to wonder what the idea is behind setting up a service that points towards a temp folder. Is that meant to get around malware that could detect MWB?
  3. Hi. I'm on Windows 8 with 32GB of RAM. I setup 20GB as a RAM Disk for Windows Swap File and Temp files. This has worked for 5+ years. But I cannot install Malwarebytes, probably because of that. It creates only two files in C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes\Anti-Malware\ MBAMInstallerServices.exe mbuns.exe It also creates a service called MBAMInstallerService that points to my RAM Disk / Temp folder: V:\TempFiles\User\MBAMInstallerService.exe On reboot, my RAM Disk gets emptied, so this service disappears. I have tried to run the MBAMInstaller
  4. Thanks for the reply. So just to put my mind at ease, can you officially confirm that it was a false positive and not detecting an actual detection?
  5. Hi. I'm on Android, Samsung Galaxy S7. Malwarebytes runs and scans automatically, and today I received a notification I wanted to verify here first: Ocululs (Gear VR) infected with Android/Trojan.Dropper.Agent.tos I haven't used Oculus in a while but intend to use it again in the future, so I don't want to remove it if I don't have to. Is this likely to be a false positive? If it is real, could someone have hacked the Oculus update servers? Or how else would this self-updating app have become infected? I try to take good care of my phone and keep it clean...
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