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  1. I'm having an odd problem, and I don't know if anyone can help, because it's so specific. I'm running windows 7, and I'm trying to use a Wacom Bamboo tablet. I had been using it, previously with no issues, but at some point, the tablet's settings crash Malwarebytes. Essentially, I'm stuck in a situation where my antivirus can't run while the tablet is installed. If somebody can help me I'd very much appreciate it, because I don''t want to have to choose between my computer's security and using my device.
  2. Hi MB team and users I’ve been looking at the event viewer as of this moment and I see some fault errors/crash’s caused by MLAEWAREBYTES v3 , others MBv3 processes all are to crashing which windows have to already created a Dumpfiles for them , just in case if they needed! in meanwhile I do not know whatsoever if someone’s else had the same crashing issue or not ? Windows event viewer report that the faulting application is MALWAREBYTES , so MBv3 still has an unresolved bugs! Log Name: Application Source: MBAMService Date: 1/11/2019 4:38:52 PM Event ID:
  3. While I was asleep, MBAM started having high RAM usage, and began crashing other programs on my computer. Attached are the logs as per MBAM reporting. mb-check-results.zip
  4. I'm wondering if there's any chance that your "latest and greatest" V3.x program will work any better with my XP Pro? I don't want to install it and have it completely lock up my system, like it did a couple of months ago. I would appreciate an honest answer to this. Nathaniel, still hoping your program will get along with my legacy system.....
  5. Hello My malwarebytes Anti-Malware Home (free) - which was freshly installed today - crashes pretty soon into any scan. In fact it won't even let me update the databases without crashing. I am using BitDefender Total Security 2016 and Windows 10. I have another PC (a laptop this time) that has the same stuff installed and it runs fine. I don't know how to suspend BitDefender on a temporary basis. Any suggestions? With thanks J
  6. Hello, Today I faced a problem that I have never experienced before. First the web browers that I usually use (google chrome) started crashing whenever I was trying to download a file. I found that a little strange so I restarted my computer, and suddenly Skype started giving me an error while trying to load (It is set as a startup program). I tried the second browser that I have installed (Mozilla Firefox) and I experienced the same issue, crashing whenever I try to download something (example Malwarebytes Anti-malware). I have an old version of the program installed on my PC (ver 2.3.55.0
  7. Greetings, I've been experiencing some quite weird issues of late, where my computer suddenly just turns to a black screen, and then promptly reboots itself instantly only to require a hard shutdown before actually launching properly again. I'm suspecting it might be something related to drivers with the black screens of death, but I have zero idea about why the boot times take ages. Looking in the event log, there's stuff such as this; EventData BootTsVersion 2 BootStartTime 2015-03-26T18:15:41.624800200Z
  8. Hello, We're seeing an issue with our terminal server crashing using Malwarebyte's managed client version 1.4.1.2329 and specifically MBAM version1.75.0.1300 Prior to the whole server freezing up we're seeing the following event: Application Error 1000 Faulting application name: mbamservice.exe, version: 1.70.0.0, time stamp: 0x512fc163 Faulting module name: mbamservice.exe, version: 1.70.0.0, time stamp: 0x512fc163 Exception code: 0x40000015 Fault offset: 0x0006248b Faulting process id: 0x6b4 Faulting application start time: 0x01d000e18a549eec Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (
  9. I've been using MBAM for a while now, and have only had problems with the program since this summer. However, those problems were fixed, but not they have come back again. I am using MBAM v2014.11.02.06 at the moment. Already, I have done several clean re-installations and downloaded it again, only to find out that I am still having the same problem in that when I load up my MBAM: (see picture 1) Whenever I try to click on any button (scan, settings, history, Scan Now), the program acts as if I had not done anything and does not respond at all. It is as if I didn't even click anything. Eve
  10. I have tried to install MBAM 2.0.2.1012 on my Windows 7 professional 64-bit for weeks but I keep getting this error after installing then starting the program. Every time I uninstall the program I go back & run MBAM cleaning tool 2.1.1.1001 then reboot. But still have the same problem with a fresh install. Even turned off my antivirus in case there was a conflict. Love the MBAM software but it's driving me crazy after this last update. HELP PLEASE!!!!
  11. Hello. I am messaging because of recurring problems with PUP bug files causing my computer to freeze or crash. Initially, I bought the Premium version of MBAM to resolve this. However, this fix has only been temporary. I am now finding that, when I can get my machine to stay on and functional long enough, that when I launch MBAM, I am told that the registry and other information is gone, and that I no longer have the latest daily downloaded version, or any prior one, present in my system. I have to then re-enter my product ID and Key numbers to re-enable protection. The same two PUP bug files
  12. Hi there moderators. This is a followup from a post from a while back with a similar topic title. I had posted info about new incompatibility with Eset NOD 32. I'd like to continue exploring this as it is unresolved and the plot only thickened with a new recent discovery! Here is the original post: [snip] Hello. I haven't seen anyone post about NOD32 Antivirus 4.x. I install the free version on most of my customer's machines. Win7/Vista = no problems. WinXP SP3 = same hard crashing as mentioned above by many. I am one person, but am a tech and have installed MB 1.60.1.1000 & 1.60.1.1800 on
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