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  1. System is Windows 7, not Windows 10 Removed PDF Creator and GWX Control Pane Downloaded fixlist.txt & ran FRST Fixlog.txt attached Fixlog.txt
  2. Logged in as Administrator2 downloaded fresh copy of Farbar program ran Farbar program results attached Addition.txt FRST.txt
  3. Porthos & exile360, Is the Malwarebytes install corrupt? Do I need to uninstall / reinstall Malwarebytes? Where can I find the referenced version information? I've attached the “about” screen from my install.
  4. Thank you for your attention. I ran ADWCleaner at least twice. It found and removed threats on the first run; found nothing on a later run. I attempted to launch IE; Malwarebytes again blocked it. I downloaded and ran FRST, and forwarded the results to a new topic per your suggestion. This particular machine has been running just fine. I have no reason to believe I have an infection or any other problem (except as described in the above mentioned thread). After installing Malwarebytes I have been unable to load Internet Explorer without disabling exploit protection in Dashboard.
  5. I am attempting to follow suggestions from exile360 regarding Malwarebytes is blocking VBSCRIPT in internet explorer This particular machine has been running just fine. I have no reason to believe I have an infection or any other problem (except as described in the above mentioned thread. After installing Malwarebytes I have been unable to load Internet Explorer without disabling exploit protection in Dashboard. Attached are files produced by FRST.exe Addition.txt FRST.txt
  6. zip file attached per request Please let me know if, 1) this is what you want, and 2) if you need anything else mbst-grab-results.zip
  7. Thanks for responding. > If it still doesn't work, try restarting the system to see if it works with Exploit Protection active and those two options disabled and please let us know if it does not. I restarted the system (Windows 7), then attempted to open IE. Malwarebytes blocked it (IE). I then opened Malwarebytes and confirmed that both boxes were unchecked. They were. If this is the only unwanted blockage I encounter I'm not inclined to worry about it. On the rare occasions when I must use IE, I can shut off exploit protection for the duration and turn it back on afterward.
  8. I have tried both of the above (exile360 & FrankJ); does not work for me. So far, all I've found that works is to turn off exploit protection in Dashboard. For the few times I use IE that may be good enough.
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