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  1. So recently I've been receiving huge rubber banding and lag spikes while playing games on my computer. i know that my PC is completely capable of running these games at 60 fps with no problem and my ping is perfectly fine so i know it cant be my WiFi a week after this problem i decided to factory reset my PC because I've been planning on doing so but the issue still persist. I've also noticed that when i open my task manager for a split second my CPU is running at 50+% then its hurries back down to its normal 5-10%. I've ran plenty of malware bytes scans even with the rootkits option on but it
  2. For some reason while malwarebytes is running, the cpu usage is constantly spiking to up to 30% while the computer is idle. I decided to record it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W94otr2F_qs Can someone please explain to me what Malwarebytes is doing in the background and why it's causing "System" to have so much cpu usage rather than the actual MB service process?
  3. Okay so two days ago I ran my daily file cleaner/malware search just to make sure everything was okay and I found a rootkit, I think, called win32.downloader.gen and I had AVAST remove it asap. Then I ran MALWARE. I basically ran everything I had to make sure it was gone. It didn't show up anywhere else after a restart, so I thought I was good. Well I tried to play Overwatch and CS:GO today and my ping was out of this world. It would start at 40 or so then spike to the 200's and I couldn't even play. I wasn't able to play a match or ANYTHING. I ran a ping test through the cmd to google, my isp
  4. Hello, I have had high spikes with mbamservice.exe recently and I have been looking around for a few days. In task manager and other similar programs it shows my CPU% used jumping from 2% to 30% every few seconds with no actions by me. (mbamservice.exe is causing the spikes). I've done a full, quick, and flash scan over the past few days and 0 items have been detected. Any help is appreciated! I have seen these asked for on other posts so here are the dds results + specs. dds.txt attach.txt
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