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Hi alls and thank you to read me. :lol:

Sorry i'm french people, but i'll do my best to explain you my problem in a comprehensible language. :lol:

My first concern is that Mbam does not generate a report by using this way :

Before reporting a false positive, you need to save a log in developer mode. This will allow us to figure out how the false positive came to be. Simply follow these directions.

1. Click the Start Menu.

2. Click Run.

3. Type in "mbam.exe /developer", without the quotes.

4. Run the same type of scan you did before and save the logfile and post it.

Indeed, when the program is started in this way (Start Menu --> Run --> mbam.exe /developer --> Press OK button etc..), it doesn't produces anything else than only one file with the ".txt" extension when the analysis is finished. Then, all the tabs become inaccessible. Lastly, when i try to return to the main menu or to leave the program, a message informs that an examination is in progress and that will result in losing alls datas if closing Mbam. I thus left functioned the program a whole night without to obtain this file log in developer mode... (I specify here that i used the "Quick Perform Scan").

Is this behaviour affect only french version of Mbam ? If not, i suppose i really need a step by step tutorial about how to get a log file in developer mode from Mbam !

I used Mbam yesterday for the very first time.

At the end of the analysis it brings me back to have found these two problems :


I do not understand alarm concerning the first line, namely a problem involved in the opening of the register. Could you explain me please this first point ? I am not sure that it's necessary to remove this key of the register



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