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All right, this is driving me up a wall and I really need help because I need this laptop functional to work on my tiny art business. A few days ago, Malwarebytes gave me an alert saying that the database was corrupted or missing. I told it to update itself and it did. It seemed to work fine for a couple days. Then the program crashed completely and I had to restart my computer to bring it back up. When I did, it was behaving fine. As of last night it started randomly disabling the malicious website protection. I would go in and enable it again and it would be fine for a while before disabling again. This morning, it now refuses to enable at all. I click to fix it and nothing changes. Went into the settings themselves and clicked to enable it, but the dashboard still shows that malicious website protection is disabled even though the setting itself is staying on enabled. What the devil is going on? I'm running a virus scan separate from MWB right now but I can't imagine there'll be anything there; I almost never have anything detected on MWB and I don't think Security Essentials has ever found a virus. Is this some kind of broken software issue? Because I am seeing several other very recent threads in this forum about MWB acting doofy in similar ways. Help would be appreciated, the quicker the better since if there IS a problem with my system I need to resolve this before I go about making any more transactions for my business.
We have a school network of about 200 computers all with MBAM 1.7.00 Free Version. We have recently encountered a problem where the application rarely opens, if it does, it gives "Database is corrupt" error and closes. We rely on Malwarebytes and ESET to handle antivirus/antimalware protection in our school. We have attempted successful reinstallation, which ends with the same result, we have tried using "MBAM Cleaner" and then reinstalling. We have tried running the updater in chameleon, and we have attempted a few other fixes found through searches. The general specs of the computers are all the same as it is only occurring in one of our labs. Specs: 30-45 GB HDD Intel Core II Duo 512mb-768mb RAM Windows XP SP 3 All of the computers are small form-factor Lenovo workstations. Any support would be greatly appreciated, results from an MBAM-Check scan are available upon request.