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Bonjour Roger.

It would appear that the update process has dropped a connection, or rather, had a "timeout" issue.

You may wait for a bit and then retry MBAM Update later.

You may also, logoff and restart your system to insure you get a fresh start. And try one more time.

If the issue stays the same, tell us if your system has a software firewall and what Antivirus program you use.

And tell us what type of internet service connection you have.

and if this is the first time this has happened?

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Hi roger 2, Maurice,

@ Maurice: I translate roger's posts:

Hi everyone

Here is the error message displayed when she l I want (*) to update Malwarebytes

mbam_error_updating 12002

I am under Windows XP3

Thanks for your help.

Hi Maurice Naggar

Thanks for your quick response

I already did these operations

I never had any problem with win xp2 but after a change of hard disk I am under win xp 3

and it's there that it got jammed

I've got the antivirus provided by Orange, the firewall of windows

My connection is Orange by default

(*) Sorry, I don't understand "lorsqu'elle l Je Veux mettre
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Hi Maurice, Roger,

I translate Roger's post:

Hi Ipl 001 and Maurice Naggar

Excuse me for my poor French.

When I installed my Orange Livebox (*) from the CD, everything was done automatically so, I've this default connection.

I've only this connection which is displayed

Nor being that good at computing, I didn't try other settings.

I've got an ADSL connection plugged on the phone line.

I think there's a possibility to set up an additional connection but I don't know how to do and don't want to mess things up.

Thanks for your help and for the time you take to resolve my problem.

Have a good evening.

(*) Livebox is the commercial name of the product sold by Orange.

It's a box which provides -as far as the customer subscribes to the corresponding options-: ADSL connection, multichannel TV and phone line (with low price calls to France and many foreign countries).

Orange is not my provider but as far as I know, the Orange architecture is true ADSL: I mean that the line that enters home is a traditional RTC one so that on the same line (and same plug), there's a phone line and ADSL (according to the frequency and given a filter in the plug) and Roger could also use a dial-up connection (or a fax line) whereas for other providers, the line is a numerical one. That's probably why Roger writes "il y a moyen d'installer une connexion suppl

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Hi Maurice, Roger,

@ Maurice: I translate Roger's post:

Good evening

Could you give me a link to download this program because those I use may not be adapted to my config

Thanks

@ Roger : De quel programme parles-tu pour le t
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I wish to thank Gerard for the assists and transalations. <w>

Roger2, I see you have indeed posted at Zebulon.fr

http://forum.zebulon.fr/mise-a-jour-malwar...40#entry1494240

Please folow this sequence for MBAM removal & re-install:

1) Go to Control Panel and Add-or-Remove programs.

uninstall Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware

Exit Control Panel

2) Logoff and restart your computer

Get, save, and then run the utility at the following link

http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam-clean.exe

3)Logoff and restart your computer again.

4)Now, reinstall Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware.

You may download a fresh copy for the reinstall from the following link:

http://malwarebytes.org/mbam.php

If you purchased MBAM (have a license) you will need to reenter your ID and Key afterwards to get the Protection module enabled.

5) Logoff and restart Windows one more time.

6) Start your MBAM MalwareBytes' Anti-Malware.

Click the Settings Tab and then the General Settings sub-tab. Make sure all option lines have a checkmark.

Then click the Scanner sub-tab. Make sure all option lines have a checkmark.

Next, Click the Update tab. Press the "Check for Updates" button.

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