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    IMPORTANT: Web Blocking / RAM Usage

    MB-Clean said to post the results log - do I post here? - most of it says "trying to delete" or "cannot find" or "cannot delete" & other unfavorables
  2. Windows Update now working normally, no weird stuff & no recent redirects. I am wondering how the thing got past the Avast AV shields; any thoughts on that?
  3. FIRST64 ran successfully with script, Fixlog attached Fixlog.txt
  4. Sorry about my misunderstanding, attached is the AdwCleaner log and the latest FIRST and Addition logs done in the order you said AdwCleaner[S0]12-16.txt Addition12-16.txt FRST12-16.txt
  5. Thanks for the response, Malwarebytes 3 scan completed, summary is attached. I had already ran the Farbar tool, the first.txt and addition files are in the first post (attached here again also) MBsummary12-15.txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  6. Update has working fine for several months, then recently behaving strange. It takes many minutes of blank screen before a "real" looking update screen comes, and then when the check for updates button is pressed a popup message appears that says service is not authorized to start (or something like that) and also the following text is included on the screen: "Find out more about free software from (null). Click here for details." Never seen either one of those before. Also I have been getting what appear to be redirects such as: "Internet security alert" and miscellaneous software update alert pages (Adobe,Java) that look bogus. The latest had these addresses: mainrdct.gobal.ssl.fastly.net, and: adverrd.global.ssl.fastly.net I ran the MB AV scan before the Farbar tool , attached are FRST.txt and Addition scan files. (previously posted this on Windows PC help forum) Addition.txt FRST.txt
  7. Thank you for your assistance, I will repost as you say
  8. Sorry, . . I forgot to review the site instructions before I posted my issue Attached are FRST.txt and Addition scan files. I also ran the MB AV scan before the Farbar tool Addition.txt FRST.txt
  9. Thank you for responding, I am familiar with the MS update troubleshooters and have used them not long ago to get update to work again after it had stopped and then it was working fine for several months. This now is some other unusual behavior that just started with it taking many minutes of blank screen before a "real" looking update screen comes and then when the check for updates button is pressed a popup message appears that says service is not authorized to start (or something like that) and also the following text is included on the screen: "Find out more about free software from (null). Click here for details." Never seen either one of those before. Also I have been getting what appear to be redirects such as: "Internet security alert" and miscellaneous software update alert pages (Adobe,Java) that look bogus. The latest had these addresses: mainrdct.gobal.ssl.fastly.net/in/advu12612612/, and: adverrd.global.ssl.fastly.net
  10. "my Windows Update service had been completely disabled and I have a link in my Windows update page that says "Find out more about free software from (null). Click here for details." " (copied this from a resolved post December 14, 2013) I am having this same issue as of 12-3-17 Windows 7, SP 1, on a Dell Inspiron laptop
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