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1 minute ago, trawlerman said:

I don't know if the problem has been fixed or I have found a solution pro tem: What I did was turn off Malwarebytes Service in Task Manager which triggered a message that the service would restart. When it automatically restarted the problem had gone away.

Glad that solution worked for you. The problem we're seeing is that MBAM allocates ALL RAM INCLUDING PAGE FILES and left running will crash the system & DAMAGE THE HARD DRIVE CONTENTS.

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3 minutes ago, grunf said:

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Hit current and wait for update to finish, restart MBAM after.

Yes i was doing that over and over. It just never alerted me that there was an update found so I didn't know it had been applied. I ended the task again because cpu and ram were still climbing. I ran MB a bit later, everything was fine. Thanks.

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1 minute ago, xmonster said:

LOL 'mission critical'

Read your EULA, you're not going to sue

If it's mission critical, you should have had protections in place

When my office and it's staff sit there picking their nose this software sucks ass.

Stop sucking balls son.

I used to recommend this product. Not any more. Consider my 6 licenses dead.

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1 minute ago, EsqAdvisory said:

Glad that solution worked for you. The problem we're seeing is that MBAM allocates ALL RAM INCLUDING PAGE FILES and left running will crash the system & DAMAGE THE HARD DRIVE CONTENTS.

Restart the system if your not computer savy at all. Which you seem to not be if your compaining. The update fixes it. 

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