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  1. While I was out, I got bluescreened. WhoCrashed is telling me that Win7 is blaming the Anti-Ransomware module. As per support sticky, mb-check results(with FRST results) is attached, as is the log: mb-check-results.zip
  2. I was formatting a MicroSD card, and it was taking an awful lot longer than usual. I opened up the thing I use to track resource hogs, and sure enough, MBAM.exe was bobbing up and down to and from about 6% of total core usage. One by one, I disabled each layer of protection. The highlighted area is where I disabled the Anti-Ransomware layer. The formatting picked up speed after that. Now, since that was the last layer to be disabled, I don't know if it was that layer of realtime protection specifically, or just that any of them at all were running.
  3. I don 't know why, but it's two days that I have the antiransowmware that is disabled. If I click on "start protection" nothing happens. The only thing that I've done to my PC in the last days is downloading the anniversary update of Windows 10. Do you know if this update can be related to the disable? I have another PC with with Windows 7 and ransomware is working with no problem. Please, let me know if you need some further information to try to give me an hand. Thanks in advance!
  4. Also: white listing the program does not work. Antiransomware still quarantines it and requires me to reboot. Anti-Ransomware.zip DAZ3DIM.zip logs.zip
  5. Yesterday out of the blue and no reported problem Anti-Ransomware was disabled on Startup. Neither "Fix now" nor "Start protection" button worked. worked fine for weeks in between on Win10 - no changes. Second time that happened. First time a restart did the job, this time not. Will uninstall and re-install. Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware.zip logs.zip
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