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Real time protection layers turned off  , final fix for me.

Mbamtray.exe  started , but  MBAMService.exe ,do not started complete ,is the problem .

solution :

Change  I/O ,CPU priority, afinity for MALWAREBYTES .

setings: MBAM service.exe

CPU priority - real time
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all CPU

 

setings: mbamtray.exe

CPU priority - low
I/O priority - background
Afinity - one CPU

Prio - download

https://www.prnwatch.com/prio/

With this tool , you can change the priority of processes on the Processes tab of Task Manager .

Watch the video/photosAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_17h30m50s_001_.jpgAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_17h45m03s_003_.jpgAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_18h08m42s_005_.jpgAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_17h50m32s_004_.wmvAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_18h12m46s_006_.jpg

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4 hours ago, gigiadi said:

Real time protection layers turned off  , final fix for me.

Mbamtray.exe  started , but  MBAMService.exe ,do not started complete ,is the problem .

solution :

Change  I/O ,CPU priority, afinity for MALWAREBYTES .

setings: MBAM service.exe

CPU priority - real time
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all CPU

 

setings: mbamtray.exe

CPU priority - low
I/O priority - background
Afinity - one CPU

Prio - download

https://www.prnwatch.com/prio/

With this tool , you can change the priority of processes on the Processes tab of Task Manager .

Watch the video/photosAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_17h30m50s_001_.jpgAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_17h45m03s_003_.jpgAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_18h08m42s_005_.jpgAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_17h50m32s_004_.wmvAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_18h12m46s_006_.jpg

In this way all the component of malwarebytes  will be loaded before the interface ,
and all the real-time protection on ,when PC start up , restart ,or start MALWAREBYTES ,
with no tray notification error  - realtime protection layers turned off .

 

 

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MALWAREBYTES  run just fine for me.Ashampoo_Snap_2016.12.18_11h08m19s_004_.jpg

My PC , Windows 7 and other setings:Ashampoo_Snap_2016.12.18_11h01m28s_002_.jpg

system/ complex settings /system protection /system restore/ off

hibernation /disable /comand promt/ run as admin  - powercfg.exe /hibernate off

services /disable: defender ,eror reporting ,superfetch ,search ,security center

control panel / programs and features / windows features / turn off someones

programs start /scheduled tasks / disable / with CCLEANER

power options / high performance

cpu setings / park ,frequency / with PARKCONTROL BY BITSUM

aero peek ,aero snap /disable

MALWAREBYTES  ,ACRONIS TRUE IMAGE WD  ,REVO UNINSTALLER  ,CCLEANER

Changed  CPU ,I/O ,PRIORITY, AFINITY for MALWAREBYTES ./whith PRIO    https://www.prnwatch.com/prio/

setings: MBAM service.exe

CPU priority - real time
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all CPU

 

setings: mbamtray.exe

CPU priority - low
I/O priority - background
Afinity - one CPU

 

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When run 2,3 antivirus and other utility in some time  ,your system will have errors and will be slow.

When install /uninstall antivirus and other complex utility software for many times ,your system will have errors.

Before you testing some ,or for your protection ,make an full backup of the system  ,when you have a fresh install of windows.1590927.jpg

 

 

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Updated : Malwarebytes 3.0.5.1299

Returned CPU to default setings.

Notification  : Real-Time Protection layers turned offAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.19_21h30m02s_002_.jpg

 

Tested and changed CPU setings. Again...

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Default setings: MBAM service.exe

CPU priority - normal
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all processors

 

Default setings: mbamtray.exe

CPU priority - normal
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all processors

 

Default setings:mbam.exe

CPU priority - normal
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all processors


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My setings: MBAM service.exe

CPU priority - high
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all processors

 

My setings: mbamtray.exe

CPU priority - low
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - one processor


My setings: mbam.exe

CPU priority - high
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all processors

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Better...no notification , fast scan ,system stable .Ashampoo_Snap_2016.12.20_00h08m19s_001_.jpg

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On 17/12/2016 at 7:01 PM, gigiadi said:

Real time protection layers turned off  , final fix for me.

Mbamtray.exe  started , but  MBAMService.exe ,do not started complete ,is the problem .

solution :

Change  I/O ,CPU priority, afinity for MALWAREBYTES .

setings: MBAM service.exe

CPU priority - real time
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all CPU

 

setings: mbamtray.exe

CPU priority - low
I/O priority - background
Afinity - one CPU

Prio - download

https://www.prnwatch.com/prio/

With this tool , you can change the priority of processes on the Processes tab of Task Manager .

Watch the video/photosAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_17h30m50s_001_.jpgAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_17h45m03s_003_.jpgAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_18h08m42s_005_.jpgAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_17h50m32s_004_.wmvAshampoo_Snap_2016.12.17_18h12m46s_006_.jpg

Default setings: MBAM service.exe

CPU priority - normal
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all processors

 

Default setings: mbamtray.exe

CPU priority - normal
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all processors

 

Default setings:mbam.exe

CPU priority - normal
I/O priority - normal
Afinity - all processors


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My setings: MBAM service.exe

CPU priority - Above Normal
I/O priority - Normal
Afinity - All Processors

 

My setings: mbamtray.exe

CPU priority - Low
I/O priority - Normal
Afinity - One Processor


My setings: mbam.exe

CPU priority - Above Normal
I/O priority - Normal
Afinity - All Processors

 

With this setings ,MALWAREBYTES 3.05 ,run better in my PC.

Fast, no errors ,system stable .

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