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About knight541

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  1. I think I'm good, but now I know where to look for help should more problems pop up. Thank you so much for your help, not only did you help fix the problem, but you also alleviated a lot of stress!
  2. Everything seems to be running fine now, no hits from anything aside from EaseUS Partition Master getting tagged by ESET (I don't use it anymore so I removed it.) Not getting any performance issues and chrome is working perfectly now after clearing the sync, updating, and running those checks. I can remove McAfee and run them again if you think I really need to, otherwise the problem seems to be fixed.
  3. Thanks! I followed the steps and here are the logs. FRST.txt Addition.txt AdwCleaner[S00].txt ESET Scan Log.txt Malwarebytes log.txt
  4. looks like clearing the chrome sync data and running a scan fixed the problem, hope I'm not jinxing myself! Thank you so much for your help!
  5. I'm just as confused as you are, I've been using Malwarebytes for a few years now, looks like this laptop came with it pre-installed and had the subscription payed for and I never activated it. Will run the cleanup tool and let you know what happens, thanks!
  6. Thanks, I'll try that. Just to be clear, I only have the option to uninstall McAfee Live Safe and Web Advisor by McAfee, should I be uninstalling those?
  7. I should amend something, it causes my memory usage to spike into the 80%-90% range, not CPU
  8. Hi, Chrome has stopped loading pages, and is causing my laptop's fans to get really loud, and is also causing my CPU usage to spike into the 80% - 90% range. All of this happened after I updated Malwarebytes and used the premium trial to run a full scan of my C: and D: drives. I'm not sure if the update or the scan or something else has caused this, but Malwarebytes has found no issues or threats on any scans, but I just can't think of what could be causing this. I've tried resetting Malwarebytes' settings, adding chrome to the exceptions, restarting my computer, doing a clean reinstall of bot
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