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  1. I am having a horrible time with error messages on my Windows 10 PC. I get the pop up that I need to fix my Windows account and whenever I try to run any application, I get an error message referencing C:\Windows\system32\dxgi.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it has an error. I have McAffee, Malwarebytes 3.0 and I have ran adwcleaner (it found 67 problems that I cleaned) and the farbar recovery scan tool with no luck. Farbar logs are attached , ... Addition_22-02-2017 08.56.06.txt FRST_22-02-2017 08.56.06.txt Shortcut_22-02-2017 08.56.06.txt
  2. Was cleaning up my computer and used malwarebytes and now i get "bad image error" every time i open up a program. Any help would be great to fix this annoying bug.
  3. Hello I am worryed that I ended up finding I had 2x H@tKeysH@@k.DLL's after I had them for a week. Pritty sure I know the answer to this question but I want to make sure. Can it run on the DLL alone? I have found nothing that I have looked up on google that it is assocated with. Scan report: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.75.0.1300 www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2015.02.10.01 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x64 NTFS Internet Explorer 11.0.9600.17501 *** :: ****-PC [administrator] 2/9/2015 8:16:58 PM mbam-log-2015-02-09 (20-16-58).txt Scan type: Quick scan Scan options enabled: Memor
  4. Since downloading the latest update this morning I have been unable to run Malwarebytes Premium. The error generated is: mbam.exe entry point not found The Procedure entry point _LogScan@28 could not be located in the dynamic link library mbamsrv.dll Can someone tell me where I can get a copy of the DLL that has all the entry points that are being referenced by the program? mbamsrv.dll is version 1.1.0.0 dated 5/12/2014 mbam.exe is version 1.0.1.711 dated 10/1/2014 Appearances are the executable from this October does not like the fact that the old DLL from May doesn't have links to
  5. Since downloading the latest update this morning, I have been unable to run MalwareBytes Pro. The Error generated is: mbam.exe - Entry Point Not Found The procedure entry point _LogScan@28 could not be located in the dynamic link library mbamsrv.dll. I browsed through the forum, expecting that surely I would not be the only one affected. But it seems I am. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Is there a repair tool and/or replacement .dll somewhere on the website that I've simply overlooked?
  6. I have been working on this problem for a decent amount of time with no success. I was following this thread: https://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?/topic/147929-regsvr32-notice-that-dll-module-could-not-be-found-and-screen-goes-black-for-a-minute-then-loads/ but was worried because it says to specifically not to remove anything else and I worry about screwing something up. The error reads: Any ideas?
  7. Hello. I originally posted my issue over here, but I was told to move to here where I could possibly have better luck. Here is what I had originally posted: "Hello. Recently, whenever I log into my account on my computer, I receive a system error saying "Could not load C:\Users\Jonah\AppData\Local\ATI\APPS\dhzixr.dll" I researched this, and figured out that dhzixr.dll is a malicious file, and most likely Malwarebytes went ahead and deleted it during the scan. However, the malware that I seem to have been infected with must have added the dll to my registry right after Malwarebytes got to it. I
  8. Hello. Recently, whenever I log into my account on my computer, I receive a system error saying "Could not load C:\Users\Jonah\AppData\Local\ATI\APPS\dhzixr.dll" I researched this, and figured out that dhzixr.dll is a malicious file, and most likely Malwarebytes went ahead and deleted it during the scan. However, the malware that I seem to have been infected with must have added the dll to my registry right after Malwarebytes got to it. In my ATI folder, I do not have an APPS folder. I was almost thinking of creating a new folder, and creating an empty file called dhzixr.dll to stop the warnin
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