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Windows 7: Malwarebytes giving C++ error, where to ask?

14 Aug 2014   #1
XweAponX

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Malwarebytes giving C++ error, where to ask?

I am, or rather my friend who I set this up for, is running windows 7 sp 1 on a MacBook Pro, circa 2008/9. It's been running great until he lent the system to a friend who immediately got Monkey-Pak virus into it.

I managed to clear it out, but now I can't get MalwareBytes 2.x running, it gives me some kind of c++ error. I've reinstalled all of the run times all the way back to the 2005 version, but this may be a virus that targets that program and makes it fail to run.

The program actually starts, it's just when you try to run a scan or update the database when I get this error:

Malwarebytes giving C++ error, where to ask?-imageuploadedbyseven-forums1408057037.381403.jpg

Any ideas?




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14 Aug 2014   #2
Sir George

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by XweAponX View Post
I am, or rather my friend who I set this up for, is running windows 7 sp 1 on a MacBook Pro, circa 2008/9. It's been running great until he lent the system to a friend who immediately got Monkey-Pak virus into it.

I managed to clear it out, but now I can't get MalwareBytes 2.x running, it gives me some kind of c++ error. I've reinstalled all of the run times all the way back to the 2005 version, but this may be a virus that targets that program and makes it fail to run.

The program actually starts, it's just when you try to run a scan or update the database when I get this error:

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Any ideas?
See if the link below helps;

https://forums.malwarebytes.org/inde...otfix-for-139/
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