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In my case, i was able to finally, somehow, uninstall it in windows 7 progams and features. Then i ran the clean tool. Two days ago i reinstalled mbam and all was well, but now i'm back to it turning off protection. Right now i have zero protection. I hesitate in trying another mbam install. Will it work this time? If i reinstall it again, will the real-time stay on? thanks
I get the exact same error. I recently bought a new PC, mostly for gaming. Games would randomly minimize, and someone suggested Malwarebytes. I figured, since I have Symantec, I'd be good with another antivirus layer. boy was I wrong. I installed it, ran the scan. Found 1 bad thing. Awesome, let's get that off of my computer. So MB "gets it off my computer." I put that in quotes because malware bytes made my computer unable to access the internet. Not from chrome or edge. Alright, let's uninstall MB. Ok, never mind "File "C:\Progra
Same problem here: Windows Uninstaller is not working. I use Version 126.96.36.1999 Then I tried the clean tool mbam-clean-188.8.131.521 but I just read here that that is designed for version 2, not 3. (I really hope running it didn't screw up anything else.) So I went with Porthos suggestion: Reinstall it. I tried that, but get an error during install: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mbase64.sys An error occured while trying to replace the existing file. DeleteFile failed: code 5. Access is denied. Click retry, etc, etc.. So I click Cancel (as advised), and
I took Malwarebytes for a test-spin for a specific usecase (helping a family member), and then decided to uninstall it again. Uninstallation is impossible, both using the Uninstall shortcut created by Malwarebytes in the software folder, and the control panel. The error I get is: --- "File "C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes\Anti-Malware\unins000.dat" could not be opened. Cannot uninstall. Error 5: Access is denied. --- I have tried the following with no positive result: 1.) Force-close Malwarebytes using the Tray icon. This did not work, and Malwarebytes kee