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Hello, I've had to uninstall MWB Pro as it was suddenly causing problems. Because I had to uninstall to get this far, I can't say what version it was. Windows 7 booted normally and behaved normally until the yellow box came up in the notification area asking me to turn on som protections that were not turned on. Doing anything with this box (even dismissing it) caused the machine to slow to a crawl with CPU at 80% or so and eventually locking up completely. It would then behave normally until MWB's yellowbox comes up ... I'm running Kaspersky 2018 Internet Security so MWB isn't too important, but is very useful for finding PUPs and other trash. Should I download MWB again and install ? Regards Cheemag
My malwarebytes just locked up my PC since today. When I restarted my PC I noticed it is using an exorbitant amount of RAM to the point that my PC can barely do anything else. It is sucking up about 90% of my RAM at the moment. The web protection is also disabled and refuses to be turned on. Please help. I have already included the FRST log & MB Check log. mb-check-results.txt
Hi, I have an HP laptop that trial version 3.2.2 found 15031 threats on, and locked up at 14294 threats quarantined. It has taken over 24 hours of threat quarantine to get to this point, and the unit seems to have hung up for several hours now. If I reboot the machine,, or end the program with task manager, will the quarantined files still remain quarantined, or do I have to start all over? Thanks, Jim A.
About 2 months ago we started having problems with our Windows 7 machines getting stuck on shutting down during a shutdown or reboot process. We've narrowed the problem down to Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware. If we uninstall and reinstall it the problem goes away but it seems whenever we get windows updates it breaks it again. Anyone else see this problem and have a more permanent fix? We are running Anti-Ransomware for business 0.9.17.689