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Antimalware release 2.1.8 sys driver crashes in windows 8, and causes blue screen on death with error code SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION (tcpip). The mini dumpfile created by windows on crash identifies the sys driver of Antimalware as source of crash. I assume the solution is that Antimalwarebytes needs to update its driver. Or is there antother solution?
Hi there, for a while now, I had been having trouble with my gpu, it would "jitter" and crash, having some "nvidia kernal mode crash" popup when it would happen, even games that didn't use any actual gpu power, after reinstalling windows 4 times, I took it to the shop I bought the parts from and they tested each part, saying it must be a virus and I thought, yeah I got some popups with my premium malware bytes, but I just thought it was a false positive, when I was installing it, as it had happened before, I didn't install the suspected program (4K Stogram, in case you wanted to know) and everything ran fine for a while, and now it is happening again, the drivers as just crashing now, and the jitters aren't back, it might be my paranoia but I think the fans might have been slowing down at some point, I found someone on a nvidia forum mentioning a bitcoin virus and I looked further into it, I found out about svchost and saw multiple processes of it running, on another forum I saw it was a java based program, so I decided to uninstall java, it's only been a short while since, but no svchost.eve has come back up. I'd like to get rid of this thing for good if possible, specs fx-4300 amd processor nvidia 760 gigabyte OC 2x 4Gb sticks of ram Windows 7 64 bit on a sandisk 128gb ssd I've ran Malwaye Bytes it seems dozens of times, the premium version is all I have on my pc please help me, this is giving me some serious anxiety and I feel like I'm going to have a panic attack here