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  1. In two cases now I've had to remove Malwarebytes Premium to avoid blue-screen crashes on computers running Intel HD Graphics 4600. Any ideas?
  2. After running a scan and using removing a threat, I restarted my computer and then noticed web pages weren't loading many elements. My connection was fine then as far as other applications go, but the web broswer was refusing to load things other than text and very basic elements of the page. I tried 3 different web broswers and had the same problem with all. I lowered my browser security and it didn't help. I also flushed my DNS and checked router settings. This problem is specific to my computer, other computers on the network are fine. So I then decided to do a selective startup and disabled almost everything, same problem. Then I booted in safe mode w/ networking, and by then I my network drivers were just not loading at all. Same with sound, video card, etc. Now I'm configuring startup to load EVERYTHING with hopes of my sound, video, and networking drivers to load on start up but I'm not having any luck at all. Does anyone know a simple fix for this? I cannot run system restore.
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