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Windows 7: Random BSODs, now hard waits, file attached

2 Days Ago   #31
buckyswider

Windows 7 Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by LavaLamps View Post
Hello,

I saw your post and registered with SevenForums to impart some info...

Are you running MalwareBytes? Specifically, MBAM 3.6.1.2711 , Component version 1.0.508

There is a problem with the above version of MBAM affecting Windows 7 systems, with precisely the symptoms you describe. Many of us did similar troubleshooting, and finally focused on MBAM 3.6.1

MBAM staff was only able to replicate the problem this morning, as they had to procure a system which would reproduce the issue. Visit MBAM forums, there are threads and a sticky for posting logs, etc.

Some of us have been posting on MBAM for the past 3 weeks, and we've been rather annoyed that they refused to post an announcement or warning because they say "it only affects a small subset." (Win 7)


Yep, that is the exact version of MalwareBytes I'm running! And just noticed today that I keep getting a MWB popup saying "realtime protection disabled". I appreciate you taking the time to register to alert me to this...will try to find the MBAM forum!!!


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2 Days Ago   #32
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Try to temporarily disable the web protection feature, that seems to be causing the freeze issue for many.
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2 Days Ago   #33
buckyswider

Windows 7 Premium x64
 
 

Thanks once again Axe0. Your continual help here has been nothing short of heroic.

I disabled web protection last night and my PC made it through the night. I will continue to monitor the MWB forums for an eventual fix. I will keep this thread open until I'm sure this is resolved so I can update it periodically in case others come across this thread with the same issue.

Thanks again. I owe you a beer or eleventy.
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