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Hey guys I'm a game developer working on an indie project, and for years we've used Tortoise SVN for file versioning. I've also used MWB for years (many gratz, excellent software) The last few weeks, i'd been experiencing some weird and disruptive errors when trying to sync my project's files over SVN. the error was Error: GET request returned unexpected delta base: (filename) Always a different file, no apparent pattern. This went on for ages, and I only just tried disabling MWB - surprise surprise, SVN syncs perfectly with MWB disabled. I wasn't sure
Version ; 18.104.22.1689 Componet package ; 1.0.50 Update Package : 1.0.1299 Windows 7 professional ; I have experienced the usual problem of 3.0.6 not setting all options and receiven "You system is not protected" I follow a thread that claim a reinstall cured the problem . I totally wiped out MalwareByte 3.06. Rebooted and reinstall from a fresh download. To my dismay NONE of my stay resident programs like ALIENWARE Thermals ( CRITICAL TO MONITOR TEMP) and my ROCCAT KONE XTD & RYOS MK resident programs crashed and neither my keyboard or mouse worked. To TOP IT ALL OFF .
Given that this is a known issue: "Microsoft Security Essentials running alongside Malwarebytes 3.0 might cause system lockdowns under Windows 7 due to a buggy Microsoft update.", should I just uninstall MSE? But then how do I get Windows 7 to recognize Malwarebytes 3.0.5 Premium (installed over a previous 2.2.x lifetime Pro license) as an anti-virus replacement so that it doesn't bug me about it? BTW, something seems to have changed even before I upgraded to 3.0.x because for about the last month or so I'm getting hangs of Windows that last for minutes on end. Was it due to the "buggy M
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 22.214.171.1240 & 126.96.36.1990 on