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Windows 7: BSOD on start up every 4 or 5 days - Toshiba laptop 3 mths old

07 Jun 2013   #21
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hkfish,

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As a result I want to upgrade to real time monitoring and was wondering is it ok to do with the 3 systems in that they are compatible and ok to run at the same time?
Having more than one program running Real Time Protection is actually counterproductive. As a result, your PC will slow down, system instability becomes a factor, programs conflict with each other, and sometimes one program may stop the other one from removing a threat. As a result, security is decreased, a condition contradictory to what you want to achieve.

The free versions don't have real-time protection, so MBAM as well as SAS, are On-Demand-Scanners. Both use a different type of scan engine and different hueristic technology to detect and remove threats. IMO, for virus related issues, run a scan from MalwareBytes first and, if the problem persists, then go for SuperAntiSpyware. If one misses a threat, the other one will more than likely catch and remove it. However, would not run both of them at the same time.

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Also do you think the virus has been fully removed?
Please start a topic in the System Security - Windows 7 Help Forums

We'll run you through a couple of routines to make sure.


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