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  1. I have a lot more faith in that happening now than I did when I first noticed the problem a couple of days ago. Thanks again.
  2. So I have added the AV file folders to MB and I also got the latest update for MB, 4.1.2 is what it shows now. Everything seems to be working fine and as expected at the moment. Thank you 1PW and Porthos for the help!
  3. I have turned off the fast start, and I added the list of MB files from the link you posted to AV as exceptions. Once I did that and shut down my PC, (I know that was not the order you specified, but I forgot to shut it down until after I had added the files to the exceptions list.) when it came back up, MB was again showing in the system tray, and the service did not show up as suspended in Task Manager. In fact not only was the service showing, but the Actual process for the system tray was showing, and I was able to open the MB interface. As soon as I did that, a scan started. That
  4. Sorry this took so long, been working a huge project at work. Here is the requested zip file. mbst-grab-results.zip
  5. I have been having a recurring issue with MalwareBytes premium that goes something like this... Using Windows 10 Home 64 bit version. Running both AVAST and MalwareBytes. During one of my randomly frequent checks of the hidden tray processes, where I just reassure myself that both Avast and MBam are running, I notice that the MBam icon is not showing up in the tray. Upon viewing Windows Task Manager, on the Processes tab, I see the only process listed for MalwareBytes is the MalwareBytes Service, and that process says "suspended". When I right click and choose go to details
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