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  1. My computer has collected some malware over the years. Most notably I accidently downloaded a fake anti-virus browser. Also, my Google was redirecting to Yahoo! and other searches. It got to the point I had to download Malware Bytes. Upon scanning there was around 90 Viruses/Malware Mostly Trojan. Everything in the scan was quarantined and I saved a log to my home screen. I then marked them for deletion using MalwareBytes and it promoted me to restart. So I restarted it and everything was working and no redirects were happening. I turned off my computer using normal startup menu. I come back in the menu and I kept getting no signal error on my monitor. I tried multiple steps to fix this but then just turned off the computer and unplugged it from its wall socket. I waited for 30 seconds and then plugged it back in. After that the usual boot screen came up but then came up with "Inaccessible Boot System" Error. I tried multiple methods to fix this. I tried 3 Different boot up methods from the Windows boot screen. I then did a pre boot diagnostic test which said that there was no hard drive connected. I opened up my PC And everything looked fine. I cannot get past this pre boot screen please help. I will provide extra details if I can.
  2. I installed Malwarebytes Premium Trial 3.3.1., did a run, found some old remnants of some malware deleted years ago and a bad file in my recycle bin. I quarantined all, but one file. Immediately my Recycle bin was corrupted. In the meanwhile between doing the scan and quarantine, I emptied my recycle bin as I wanted to delete the file. The would_be_problem file is no longer in my quarantine list. Now windows wants me to delete my recycle bin/folder as it is corrupted. I want my recycle bin back. help please.
  3. On a cleanly installed (not upgraded from a previous install) Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) with Malwarebytes Pro I am seeing this error: Event ID: 5 {Registry Hive Recovered} Registry hive (file): '\??\C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes\Malwarebytes Anti-Malware\S-1-5-21-3788415297-386881794-3068972913-1001-0-ntuser.dat' was corrupted and it has been recovered. Some data might have been lost. This error coincides daily with the MBAM scheduled scan times. A search of the internet and this forum provided limited information on the error, one of which was uninstalling and reinstalling Malwatebytes Anti-Malware. I accomplished that using the Malwarebytes Clean Uninstall Tool but the issue persists. I have completed a system integrity check and CHKDSK without errors. Any assistance appreciated.
  4. Hi there, I'm new in this forum, so please forgive me if I do something incorrectly. Anyways, I've been having this problem for quite a while now. I've got some corrupted files that I wish to remove so I happened to install FileASSASSIN. The problem for me is I couldn't even choose a file to delete. Every time I try to select a corrupted file, I get this error: "(filename) is not accessible. File or directory is corrupted and unreadable". I'm truly lost and out of ideas on how to handle this problem. I'm not sure if anyone else had experienced this problem but I really hope it can be solved. Thank you. ~Ku
  5. Hi, I MBAM recently to get rid of some malware that was causing hundreds of pop ups on my laptop. I noticed it was out of date but when I tried to update it said it "could not connect to the update server". I then tried downloading the new version. After downloading, the setup file wouldn't open stating "The setup files are corrupted. Please obtain a new copy of the programme". This happens with all MB products and downloads. My laptop is slowly becoming unusable with all the pop ups and adverts. MBAM didn't solve all the issues when I run it. And now it won't update. Cheers, Matt
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