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After first use of Malwarebytes where 200 PUP files were quarantined, I could not log in to Windows 10. I received "We Can't Sign In To Your Account" message. I unquarantined the files, but no change. I've tried changing temporary login files in Regedit and restarted several times, but system unchanged. Not sure if Malwarebytes responsible, but laptop running fine until first use.
I have a computer running Windows 10 that I just did a scan and removal using malwarebytes. After the restart when I try to log in I am logged into a temporary account where I can't change any files or anything like that. There is a notification that reads: We can't sign you into your account This problem can often be fixed by signing out of your account and then signing back in. If you don't sign out now, any files you create or changes you make will be lost. I have tried signing out then in several times with the same result. I have also tried restoring the files that malwarebytes has removed with no effect. Any help with fixing this would be greatly appreciated.
Hi there and Thanks for providing this software. I have the following issue to report: After installing 0.9.14 with Admin rights, I wanted to switch over to a user profile. Unfortunately, that didn't work out in so far, as I was informed by windows, that my "desktop is prepared" (in german though, I don't know the applicable wording in english versions) and prompted to what seemed to be a "guest" account or something of that sort. The good news is though, that after a restart, I was able to access the user again. Anyway, the profile switch (to the Admin-account this time) still failed. As before, reboot reenabled access. Is this a known issue? Will it be "repaired", when I remove the software from my system? Will it corrupt any system in any way? Thanks for support and BRGDS, MB