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Starting my computer fresh by wiping out the c-drive and reinstalling windows, but halfway through the installation, I could not boot normally and have to boot in safe mode. This is the scan summery result of Malwarebytes 3: summery.txt And this is the state of my computer scanned using frst in administrator mode (I had used frst before): FRST.txt Addition.txt
I'm getting ready to upgrade my PC to a SSD and wonder how to manage my very old lifetime subscription. Nothing wrong with my PC at this time just upgrading is all. I'm doing a fresh OEM install from a Dell restore partitian that I coppied to my USB drive. I used the OEM Dell backup and restore program to copy that restore partician to the USB drive. It contains only the OEM operating system and drivers. None of my software or files will be saved to the new drive. My question is how do I keep my lifetime subscription licence? My question is... do I use the key shown in my current software to reactivate? Or Is there an easyer way to do this? My SSD won't be here for a week so no rush.
Hi, I am in the midst of setting up my new Windows 7 PC and want to know how to go about transferring the Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Pro lifetime license I purchased on January 9, 2014 for my Windows XP PC, which I am soon to retire from online life. I am aware that "the license is valid for 1 PC," but does that literally mean for1 PC, as in *one specific PC*, or does it mean one PC at a time? In other words, if I uninstall the Pro version from my Windows XP machine, can I re-activate the same license on my Windows 7 PC?