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Select Yes (Y) so that protective Chameleon driver can be loaded at boot when windows loads...

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Continue and try each one, hopefully one will work.

I’m away from home for maybe another 4 hours, will catch up later. Using mobile phone at present...

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mmm, very odd for sure... Try the following:

Select Windows key and R key together. Into the run box type regedit tap enter, Registry Editor will open.....

Expand the following key :-

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE >SOFTWARE > Policies > Microsoft > Windows > safer > codeidentifiers > 0

Do not expand the folder 0 Right click on that folder and choose "Export"


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A new widow will open, make sure to change "saved in" to Desktop.


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From the desktop right click on the reg file > select > send to > compressed (zipped) folder....

Attach to next reply,

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Can you check what permissions are listed for the Driver folder at C:\Windows\System32\Driver navigate to and right click directly on that folder, select Security

See what permissions are listed against your USER account and Administrator account, i`ve attached two images for reference..

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I want you to highlight Administrators (Aaron-PC\Administrators) and check permissions. Also Users (Aaron-PC\Users) just single left click on each in turn to highlight. Use vertical bar to scroll to show all permissions selected

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Select the the start orb, lower left corner of Desktop, type or copy/paste cmd.exe into the search box, select ok. cmd.exe will show, right click on that entry, select "Run as Administrator"

The command window will open at an elevated prompt.

At the prompt type or copy/paste net user administrator /active:yes select enter.

That command should register as successful. Type "exit" and hit enter to close the command window

Click on the start orb and select the arrow head next to "Shutdown" from the new list select "Log Off"

Your system will log off.

You should now see a new account "Administartor" with your usual account, select it and follow the prompts through.

When that account is set see if you can d/l and install Malwarebytes

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You do not require remote assistance, just forget that for now and do the following:

Navigate to the following:

C:\Windows Scroll to and right click on System32 folder, from the list select Properties from the Properties window select Security Tab, now select Advanced tab.

The Advanced Properties window should open, take a screenshot and attach to next reply..

Next,

Navigate to the following:

C:\users\{your user name}\appdata\local Scroll to and right click on Temp folder, from the list select Properties from the Properties window select Security Tab, now select Advanced tab.

The Advanced Properties window should open, take a screenshot and attach to next reply..
 
Expand each Advanced Properties window if necessary to show all lists...

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Those permissions are all correct, try the following:

I want you to check untrusted certificates, see if there is one listed for Malwarebytes and any other security programs:
 
  • Select Windows key and R key together.
  • In the Run dialog box, in the Open box, type MMC, and then click OK.
  • The Microsoft Management Console (MMC) appears.
  • In the MMC, on the Console menu, click File then Add/Remove Snap-in, and then click Add.
  • In the Add or Remove Snap-in dialog box, click Certificates, and then click Add.
  • In the Certificates snap-in dialog box, click My User Account, and then click Finish.
  • click OK on Add or Remove Snap ins.
  • Expand the Certificates Current User node by double click
  • Expand UnTrusted Certification by double click
  • Double Click Certificates.
  • The details pane appears, showing all of the root CA certificates that are currently untrusted.
  • Are there an untrusted Certificate for Malwarebytes...? Or any other security programs, post a screen shot if possible.

Thanks,

Kevin

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