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  1. @Porthos, Yep, I've been upgraded to the new component package already but at the time I was talking about what component package I was on when @LiquidTension was asking me about details of the BSOD. Sure, I'd definitely appreciate it!
  2. @LiquidTension Sorry about the delayed response! Didn't see your message until now. I wasn't actively doing anything at the time but yes uTorrent was running idly in the background. It was indeed component package 1.0.889. I checked to see if the issue was fixed with servative saying his issues were resolved but my computer started lagging after about 1 hour of web protection on. Unfortunately, my issue is still active!
  3. Just wanted to say that this has progressed to a BSOD. I turned it back on last night to see if anything's changed and left it on. When I started up my computer this morning and left it to do some work, I came back to a BSOD 4 hours or so later. I've turned web protection back off for now, just providing an update!
  4. @exile360 Do you know if there's anything official in the works to fix this issue? Looks like I'm not the only one experiencing these problems. Shouldn't this be designated for an urgent fix??
  5. Hello Porthos, Attached the zip file to this post. mbst-grab-results.zip
  6. Hello, My computer has randomly been freezing and going into periods of time where it is stuttering to the point where I can't even use it (it started crashing my display driver yesterday). This is all remedied by turning off the real time web protection module on Malwarebytes. I've been using Malwarebytes for awhile but this is just the second time I've had this problem (the last time it was a known issue in an older version of Malwarebytes that was patched fairly quick! I think it was a memory leak back then too, this one is more of it consuming all of the CPU). I was able to run an FRST log while it was stuttering and it saved just before freezing. It's been attached to this post. Please note that I've since turned off Windows Defender and that did not remedy the issue. Sorry, initially posted this in the malware removal forum by mistake! Addition_17-04-2020 13.03.32.txt FRST_17-04-2020 13.03.32.txt
  7. Posted in the wrong forum, admin please move to the Windows forum. Sorry!
  8. Hello, My computer has randomly been freezing and going into periods of time where it is stuttering to the point where I can't even use it (it started crashing my display driver yesterday). This is all remedied by turning off the real time web protection module on Malwarebytes. I've been using Malwarebytes for awhile but this is just the second time I've had this problem (the last time it was a known issue in an older version of Malwarebytes that was patched fairly quick! I think it was a memory leak back then too, this one is more of it consuming all of the CPU). I was able to run an FRST log while it was stuttering and it saved just before freezing. It's been attached to this post. Please note that I've since turned off Windows Defender and that did not remedy the issue. Addition_17-04-2020 13.03.32.txt FRST_17-04-2020 13.03.32.txt
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