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  1. Yeah, this is what I run too - with IP Protection enabled. Also, for a bit more detail I exclude the entire MBAM (x86) folder from MS essentials - 'cos I'm too lazy to click on the individual files! Although I do have to click the 3 services related files from the MS Essentials process exclusions! *** Ctrl-Click selection would be a nice additon *** I've installed the following config. on more than a half dozen clients' machines - XP, Vista, win7 32 & 64Bit. It's the same routine for me every time and works like a charm. (And I invoice for it and I get paid and I get thank you'd!) Remove t
  2. "The heights by great men reached and kept, were not attained by sudden flight, but they, while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night." - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  3. thank you for your professional guidance, concern and accuracy leading to resolution. all looks good now. Final Reboot after re-install... 00:30 ver. 3467 36,232k man. up. 3467-3468 56,400k 06:00 auto scan 57,088k 11:55 man. up 3468-3470 54,720k 17:17 man. up 3470-3471 56,696k 23:11 man. up 3471-3475 57,224 's good!
  4. My goodness, you people should give some lessons to Adobe, Microsoft, HP, Dell, Qwest, Charter, the Banks etc.. It's so refreshing to speak with a company who not only don't preface by saying: "..I'm sorry, our computers are so slow today that..." - you'll have to wait another 1/2 hour! but also actually knows of what they speak. Yes indeed, the high quality & timely technical support offered by Malwarebytes.org is peppered with accuracy, eloquence and humour. Like demonstrations in Iran, I thought that kind of technical assistance was banned and illegal!! Thank you. Unrequited, you will h
  5. awwww you didn't have to that 3468 update just for me to test!! did the uninstall/reinstall/run as admin/turn off av + the requisite 3 x reboots etc.. final reboot after updates and protection turn on ='d 36,232 then you did the 3468 just for me I know - so I updated and now you're messing with my head - it's, I hate to say it, 54,700 as before... Cook me up a 3469 on whole wheat pls.! But, 54,700's ok right? we needs wait for a couple more - correct? thanks.
  6. You guys are just trying to get me to my 50th post so I can edit my typing mistakes without reposting huh?!?!? just uninstalling and closing down email prior to reboot as I post. Like Jack, I'll be back... thanks.
  7. 37,000 was steady after reboot manual update 3458 to 3467 now I'm at 55,000 on the mbamservice.
  8. ermmmm i've never had a reg. issue. Have I? Do I? Did I miss something? - like miss understand! thanks for the manual update tip for quicker testing. Happy New Year!
  9. exile360: sorry to be so lame but do you mean this Item #7: ISSUE: I'm not sure how to register Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware SOLUTION: Registration is only required when you have purchased a license.....etc.. Having said that you'd posted seconds afore me and, after a reboot - prior to reading your post - I'm still holding at 37,000. Excellent! That must be about right huh? thank you all for your concern.
  10. Ok then. I'm in for some testing. Win7, 64Bit, 6GB. Reading your post above I checked and I was at my posted pics. of 691,000. Then I rebooted and, knock me over with a feather - 35,000 to holding at 37,000. Kewl! From whence cometh the 690,000+ I wonder? I will post back tomorrow am (PST) after my early morning scheduled scan is run and see if that makes the difference. If not I will regularly check to see if this is 'creep' or a single instance of something that causes it. Thanks for encouraging me to be part of the solution. Still at 37,000!
  11. I can't help but notice the words "should have" up there. As to the additional - "experts suggestions" - I am not one who takes lightly the inference that it is the end-user - or their setup - that is frequently covertly accused - these days - of being at fault - if indeed the weighty footprint is a fault. Maybe it's normal? Just let us know if that is the case. Nothing to be defensive about here. I shall wait then for the "should have" and the "expert suggestions" to hopefully ameliorate the footprint for all users on all O/S's. Again, my systems rock. I just want this Software to rock - in a
  12. then my poor readers will have to suffer thanks for the info. Fast too. I love it.
  13. My apologies for this additional post but I am unable to find the "Edit" button on my first response to your question! Yes, I am on 1.43. I have a paid for version which, my understanding is, updates every day before a scheduled daily scan. And, please find below my current mem usage: Don't get me wrong here. I personally am not complaining. But, for those that rush out to Best Buy or Frys or Dell online and buy a "good deal" then that 512 (on older machines) or 1024 has to be an issue. I just want to see this software wipe the slobber 'n drool off all the "wolves in sheeps clothing" that pre
  14. Yes, I am on 1.43. I have a paid for version which, my understanding is, updates every day before a scheduled daily scan. And, please find below my current mem usage: Don't get me wrong here. I personally am not complaining. But, for those that rush out to Best Buy or Frys or Dell online and buy a "good deal" then that 512 (on older machines) or 1024 has to be an issue. I just want to see this software wipe the slobber 'n drool off all the "wolves in sheeps clothing" that prey on innocents. And, without mentioning names, we know who they are.
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