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Hello guys I have a problem, when I started my computer up this afternoon my malwarebytes was running fine, the last website I visited was youtube, so I restarted my computer, and I am getting an error that is telling me, malwarebytes was unable to load the anti-rootkit driver error code:20025 And then i get another popup saying SDK Scanning error with the same code, 20025... Can someone please help me? I have no idea what to do.,....

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Ok so I think I got this fixed, I did something that a moderator told someone else to do that had the same problem. I unchecked the rootkit enabled feature in my malwarebytes did a scan, it went fine, nothing detected. I rebooted my system, I didn't get any more error messages, I checked the rootkit thing again and I attempted to do a full scan to see if it would work, and it seems to all be working okay now, I think It's fixed but I don't really know to be honest if I actually fixed it or not lol.

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Yes, rebooting will sometimes fix that error. :)
If it returns, or if you have other problems with ARK (antirootkit) scanning, please tell us:  is your hard drive encrypted with a program OTHER THAN TrueCrypt?
If it is, you'll need to disable ARK scanning, as it is not supported on encrypted drives, unless it is a TrueCrypt encryption.

ALSO, for additional information:
There is an FAQ Section here: Common Questions, Issues, and their Solutions
And here are links to the MBAM 2.0 User Guide: Online and PDF
And there are many useful KB topics and videos at the helpdesk support page


Thank you,



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