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malware destroyer

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  1. well there we go then thats half your problem is you need way more ram at least 3-4gb's that would make a big differents
  2. also forgot to mention how much ram do you have?
  3. go to www.iolo.com and download a trial of system mechanic i have it and it keeps my laptop running like i just got it out the box love this product and i hope it helps you out
  4. yeah i do have an Iolo product so i thought that was the problem so as you said i did ignore it
  5. Any idea when or if these will be available in the UK ?
  6. i have symantec endpoint protection on my laptop and was thinking of swiching to comodo as it seems really good and alot better than my current av but i am abit undesided so any comments would really help cheers
  7. would using comodo and Mbam be a good combo?
  8. i had the same problem i removed it and rebooted and then did another scan and it found it so i just ignored it i did start a post as i was not sure about it but this just confirms that its nothing to worry about
  9. I agree that would be a really good idea and would be awesome if Marcin did make malwarebytes compatible with mac os's
  10. try going into i.e click on tools then options then programs then click on manage add-ons and disable any add-ons that look like malware and while you have the internet options open in i.e click on connections then lan settings if the proxy box is ticked make sure all of them boxes on that tab are unchecked and try that hope that helps
  11. i scaned my system with malwarebytes it found these registry items i removed them and then rebooted and then did another scan and it found them again so i just ignored them but i was wondering am i inffected? HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\scrfile\shell\open\command\(default) (Broken.OpenCommand) -> Bad: (NOTEPAD.EXE %1) Good: ("%1" /S) HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\regfile\shell\open\command\(default) (Broken.OpenCommand) -> Bad: (NOTEPAD.EXE %1) Good: (regedit.exe "%1") Thanks for your help in advance
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