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Hello I am running Malwarebytes 3 v3.6.0 and when i run it on Windows 10 it uses a huge amount of memory like 1 gigabyte, I tried to find the option that appears in the usage guide to prevent this behaviour from happening because this is a machine of low resources but I didn't find any option on how scans affects my system. Even on safe mode, it stalls and when I try to open back Malwarebytes it says pagination file too little but it doesn't even run it and stalls. any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Hi all, Been trying to run Anti-Malware on my system since yesterday. I let it go overnight, but it seems to be running EXTREMELY slow which makes me think something is amiss. It has yet to pass through the hurdle of Adware.Conduit (stalled for 8 hours). Any thoughts? Specs: Yosemite 10.10.5 Macbook Pro mid 2010 2.66 Core i7 500GB SSD, 256GB Free 8GB Ram
Hello everyone JRT stoppng at *Browsers* scansection my curser shows a loading wheel (win7) pulse every 2 other second whilst it is happening but JRT just doesnt advance from this point in its scan no matter how long I wait. Is there anything you can advice me to do to resolve this? the version is 809.exe Thanks in advance much abliged.
Has anyone encountered a stalling problem when trying to open an existing program on a system with Malwarebytes 2.0 installed? (Or have you encountered a hang/stall problem when trying to install a program after upgrading to 2.0?) In the past week, I've seen 2 systems that upgraded from Malwarebytes 2.0 from v1.75. After the upgrade, a 32-bit program (Sidekick 98) and a 16-bit program (SBT database) that worked fine with the old version, but repeatedly would not open after the 2.0 upgrade: They stalled during every open attempt. Thinking the problem was a glitch in the existing 32-bit program that was stalling when opening, I removed the stalling program with Revo and attempted a reinstall, but repeated install attempts failed until I completely turned off Malwarebytes 2.0.