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I use MBAM for a longtime.Recently,I updated vn. 1.38 to 1.40.(I have WinXP pro-sp2 and AvastAVPro without any problems).I did a quick scan as usual enabling Scan:-Memory objects,registry,FileSystem and Extra&Heuristics,under Settings tab.The Quick scan ran upto file:-Microsoft.Net/Framework/v2.0.50727/diasymreader.dll and mbam froze alongwith pc.I've reset the pc and again did a quickscan,but the freezing repeated at the same spot.

Then,I disabled "Always Scan FileSystem" under Settings tab,and the MBAM completed the quick-scan fine.

I tested by uninstalling the MBAM and again downloded Vn.1.40 from CNET and installed afresh,but the same position of freezing,repeated when the scan reaches .NET frame work file diasymreader.dll(which the previous vns. of MBAM did not have for the past one year.)

I scanned with AvastPro&SpywareDoctor and there is no infection of any-kind in the pc.

I think this bug of File-System- scan is to be fixed by Malwarebytes ?

Thanks in advance.

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I see you are running Windows Service Pack 2

Windows Service Pack 3 has been available for over a year that provides several Critical Security updates and performance improvements so should be applied in IE by going to Tools then Windows Update then downloading and installing all updates.

You should go to Control Panel then Automatic Updates then select Automatic (recommended) or at least Notify me but don't automatically download or install them.

You should install User Profile Hive Cleanup Service to help with slow log off and unreconciled profile problems:

http://www.microsoft.com/DOWNLOADS/details...;displaylang=en

Run Secunia Online Software Inspector to see what other applications are vulnerable to infection:

http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/online

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Thanks,but,I don't think installing the bulky(70MB to 580MB) and problems-prone XP SP3 will solve the problem of the small sized security tool,mbam.exe.

Please refer to:-

http://news.cnet.com/dont-install-windows-...ice-pack-3-yet/

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/908...endless_reboots

XP SP3 triggers false positives in security apps:-

http://windowssecrets.com/comp/080522/#story1

and also the users' opinions in:-

http://www.softpedia.com/progViewOpinions/...SP3-90001,.html

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problems-prone XP SP3

Probably the only people that have problems with SP3 are the one with pirated Windows.

How many systems that have SP3 without problems?

How many systems that have SP2 have problems?

There are probably millions of users with SP3 that are running without problems and probably thousands of users with SP2 struggling along with problems because they can't update.

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If you wish to continue this please take it to the general forum or PC Help forum unless you really want assistance with working on correcting the freeze. In that case please post as shown below and let them know that the program is freezing.

Bantering back and forth over the pros and cons of SP3 is not going to help you or us to work on this issue. If you want help we'll need to see some logs please.

Scan and post logs - read note at bottom in green

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I solved the issue and my mbam.exe now scans the File System also without any freezing.

On googling, I got a clue from some Tech.Forums,and I did as follows:-

1)Uninstalled .NET Framework 2.0 using the Cleanup Tool from

http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/pages/8904493.aspx

2)Reinstalled the same through Microsoft Update,and also installed the Security Update

of Microsoft C++ 2005 ATL Update KB973923-x86.8.0.50727.4063.I think Malwarebytes had once

advised this for a freezing issue of one of the previous versions.

Somehow,I wanted to regain my mbam.exe,since it gives superior protection alongwith Avast.

Anyway,thanks to'yokenny1' and 'AdvancedSetup' for attending to my post.

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