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Malwarebytes 2.02 crashes on update, scan and enabling protection

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Hello I cannot get Malwarebytes 2.x to work. I have been registered user since the beginning and it's always worked great. Now the 2.x I can't do an update, I can do any scans and I cannot enalbe protection without program saying "Malwarebytes has stopped working.." window.


I'm using Windows 7.


Here's my log files based on what I've read in forum. Thanks!






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Hello camelx and :welcome:
Have you attempted a clean re-install, using mbam-clean.exe, such as in the following?

Please let us know, in a reply to this thread, if the above steps have helped you with your issue.

Thank You. :)

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Thanks for the VERY quick response!!!


I'm sorry I failed to report that.


1. Yes I did use the Clean removal process 2.x and redownloaded from your site and installed. No changes, same result.

2. did the logs.

3. read through the forum for a number of days now, trying many suggestions. no luck.


I also ran the latest Chameleon. It did an update and a quick scan and reported no errors. But when running Malwarebytes 2.x, all the same issues. The program will start and I can go to settings, but I can not do update or any scans.


I have also run Hitman Pro, SuperAntispyware Pro, MWB rootkit, anti exploit, tdsskiller, and rkill. (most report no finds, and the ones that did, I removed all) results still the same.

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The system appears to be infected but it's also actively running software designed to steal and pirate software from Microsoft. As such we cannot assist you with cleaning the system.


This topic will now be closed due to evidence of cracked or pirated software on this system.

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Topic reopened per PM discussion. Please remove said software and then open a new topic in the other forum based on the information below.

I would suggest following the advice from the topic here Available Assistance for Possibly Infected Computers and having one of the Experts assist you with looking into your issue.


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