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BSOD - Malwarebytes. #1115140
06/24/17 08:54 AM
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In case others have a similar problem....I have Windows 10, and recently my desktop has had at least 5 BSODs in 2 hours of computer use. After trying scans, checking updates and drivers I found that Malwarebytes was the issue. It kept crashing after running a scan around the half-way mark. I was running the 2.2.1 version and updated to 3.1.2 and all is well. I have the Premimum version so assumed the software would update automatically? duh not so.

Edit: sorry,meant to put this in glitches-could it be moved please.

Last edited by Upsydaisy; 06/24/17 08:56 AM. Reason: wrong forum
Re: BSOD - Malwarebytes. [Re: Upsydaisy] #1115142
06/24/17 08:56 AM
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I moved your post over to Glitches, as this is a technical problem.

Let's see what others have to say about this issue.

Re: BSOD - Malwarebytes. [Re: Upsydaisy] #1115143
06/24/17 08:58 AM
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Thank, Marion.
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Re: BSOD - Malwarebytes. [Re: Upsydaisy] #1115148
06/24/17 10:08 AM
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Are you using a USB WiFi adapter? There is an issue with the newest version of Malwarebytes and USB adapters. I had the same problem and after installing a WiFi card in my computer the BSOD's stopped. I "think" the 3.1.2 version fixed the issue. Until I got the WiFi adapter installed, I had to disable the Web Protection module.


Snuggled in my PC corner for the winter, my stinky Bloodhound and a few so-called barn cats at my side.
Re: BSOD - Malwarebytes. [Re: Upsydaisy] #1115181
06/24/17 04:03 PM
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No, Draclvr, I'm to far away from my router to get a good signal for Wifi, I connect using Ethernet and a home powerline adapator. smile

Re: BSOD - Malwarebytes. [Re: Upsydaisy] #1115185
06/24/17 05:06 PM
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But you did say all is well now, right?


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