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The /runcleanupscript command runs one time on reboot after infections have been removed by the scanner, but sometimes it may not be able to execute during startup, which will cause that run entry to be left behind (it deletes itself after it executes). This being the case, to let it run and remove itself click on START and choose Run then type mbam /runcleanupscript and press Enter or click on OK.

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