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  1. happened yesterday and today, searched around and found out that malwarebytes is causing it.. I turned off real time web protection because an admin suggested it to another user and it worked for them. Please fix this / help me
  2. I'm at my wits end, I downloaded a game trainer from a source I thought was reputable, but after launching it my system went haywire. I had a bunch of malware infect chrome, and even hijack my ethernet port and caused the "unidentified network" thing to happen. I've ran Kaspersky, bitdefender, Malwarebytes, Zemana, and tried reinstalling windows, but nothing seems to work. Zemana and Malwarebytes found a bunch of malware and cleaned it, but it seems to still be hiding in my system, even though all scans show clean... My CPU usage is high (about 30-50% on Ryzen 9 3900x 12 core) when I firs
  3. Hello. I solved the problem with the ransomware protection off by running the program in compatibility mode but then the anti-malware protection suddenly went off and then I got a blue screen and my PC restarted. I ran FRST and mb-check and uploaded the results here. Please tell me what to do next. Thank you for your time. mb-check-results.zip
  4. As the title suggests, I updated Malwarebytes to version 3.12? or something of the sort, the exact number was very long so I can’t remember it off the top of my head. I downloaded it from the old app after a scan a few minutes ago, a yellow/orange box saying it was out of date, even though below it said it was up to date below it. He new download erased the old version from the computer, and started off in premium mode. It looked completely different from the old version. When I started scanning, it crashed and blue screened when searching for root kits. Please tell me if the download wa
  5. Recently, I've been getting cmd popups and BSOD's. The most recent one was critical_process_died. After this BSOD, my computer has been running very slowly and has lost some saved information. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  6. Hello, My windows 8.1 cannot start and shows up error message with blue screen about: mbamswissarmy.sys is missing. I can't succeed enter to windows also with safe mode can I run FRST64 and send the logs here? Thanks. Roy
  7. after running pro with license I get bad pool header blue screen after malwarebytes starts. lenovo g510 windows 64 bit. 3.06
  8. Hi, I have attached the Sysnative BSOD Dump for you to look at, and see what the culprit is. Can you please help me. SysnativeFileCollectionApp.zip
  9. I've gotten blue screens "BAD_POOL_HEADER" and sometimes even "BAD_POOL_CALLER" (I don't know the difference). I always brushed them aside as they only happened once every month, randomly. I looked up how to solve this and have not found any recent solutions, just people saying they will inform the devs. PC Specs: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/9w83Vn I have fully updated drivers, and I just updated the BIOS too. In the attached image, you can see the WhoCrashed log. In the screenshot, two of the 3 crashes displayed have bad pool header errors. The other one has a bad pool caller err
  10. Love the idea and added protection is great so tried the beta program. Problem is few min later blue screen with "Unexpected Kernel Mode Trap" error. Then upon every reboot I would get this bluescreen before the computer finished loading the desktop. Tried 10 times to load the computer and tried various disk checks and repairs only to find no issues. Booted into safe mode and uninstalled the program and computer booted fine again. OS: Windows 10 Build: 10.0.14279.1000 (rs1_release.160229-1700) Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware Ver: beta5 - build Antivirus: Eset
  11. I am having a similar problem. Based on the lack of response to yours I am not hopeful for a resolution.
  12. hoping support can help me out with my issue. Long time Malwarebytes user, having issues now with blue screens which occur very randomly, but usually 1-2 times per week. My system specs thus far: - Paid premium version - MSI GE620 laptop - 16gb DDR3 Memory (this occurs regardless of memory installed; happens with factory 8gb as well...ram fully tested with passing results) - 256GB SSD (checked SMART status/health and it's good to go) - Windows 7 x64 Home Premium (fresh install - not factory imaged) - No other antivirus installed This randomly started happening with the latest 2
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