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Help. I've spent several hours trying to figure this out. I had (more on this in a bit) Malwarebytes Premium installed. It notified me that there was a new version through a window that popped up. I accepted the install... then nothing happened. So I opened the app and there was an orange button saying there was an update. I clicked it. I accepted or whetever... then nothing happened. Malwarebytes would keep running. I ran a scan, no issues found. Tried to update again... nothing. I downloaded the online installer and just tried to update that way. Ran MBSetup.exe as Administrat
lost my hard drive and after reloading Malwarebytes and trying to activate, tells me I have too many licenses used. license is for 3 machines , tells me to edit my machines but now where to do that and I never get an email for instructions. wasted a lot of my time already.
I have v 3 Premium on a single Win 7 64bit laptop. Have had issues plus Windows shutting down due to the Web Blocking / RAM Usage events that began yesterday, Jan 27th. I noticed just now that MB is completely missing on my laptop. Maybe re-booting my machine about 6 times caused it? Would it be possible to re-install version 3 Premium Trial for 4 remaining days, Jan 27th - Feb 1st? Jan 17th, 2018, installed free version with 14 day full Premium version on a trial basis. Have 4 more days to test before reverting. I noticed that it had no license key with the trial version b
Problem started with Exploit not turning on, so sought help from Tech Support. Followed exact procedures provided by Tech Support, but now the program won't run, won't uninstall, won't even allow a second installation. According to Task Manager, it's still running in background somewhere, but program refuses to open. Tried restarting, uninstalling, but it's now been 7 hours straight without any signs of success. I'm a paid subscriber, with paid subscription for more than one machine and can't get anyone to respond in a timely manner. My new Windows 10, 64 bit SSD computer may end up being