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Windows 7: several problems regarding windows 7 64 home premium

15 Oct 2015   #11

7 homepremium, 64 bit

My 32 bit 7 wont download updates, try turning off your anti virus and windows defender and any other protection things in the control panel while your downloading. How many things are in your startup menu? start>msconfig>strtup, I only have my antivirus working on startup.

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15 Oct 2015   #12

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

chewtah, are you in the wrong thread here?
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15 Oct 2015   #13

7 homepremium, 64 bit

I thought I was offering a reply to point 3 in the op's thread?
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15 Oct 2015   #14

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

I'm sorry, but one should never be connected to the internet without an antivirus running. In my opinion, turning anti-virus and defender off while downloading anything is like walking around with your pants down and saying please don't screw me.
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16 Oct 2015   #15
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

As far as I know Malwarebytes work with any anti virus.
If one finds a anti virus program that interferes with Malwarebytes then choose another anti virus program.

I know for sure Malwarebytes works well with MSE.
I have been using both together on two computer for a long time.

I never turn my security off to download anything.
When my systems boot both Malwarebytes and MSE start and stay running until I shut down the computers.
Security isn't much good if you turn it off.
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17 Oct 2015   #16

7 homepremium, 64 bit

The OP said ........i cant update my computer. it will say updating but then it will stay that way for however long i let it sit for. i once let it "update" for two days and ended up having to restart the thing.......

Trying to update, windows update? not just download anything at all, but updating,, trying turning off the anti virus and firewalls etc, windows defender etc..............update the computer, and then the tricky bit, turn the anti virus..........................back on!
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19 Oct 2015   #17

W7 HP 64 bit

I think if I was having that many problems and system restore didn't fix it and malwarebytes didn't find something and fix it - I would reset to factory settings. Do you have a built in reset to factory settings or would it mean a clean install from Windows 7 disc? Do you know what might have set all these issues off (eg downloading something or running a registry scan or something?).

I had to do some similar things re turning off antivirus recently when couldn't get updates. What I did was:

Download malwarebytes onto an sd card (from another computer if necessary). You copy the downloaded file onto the sd card without running it.

Disconnect the internet on your computer. Turn off MSE. Insert SD card into computer and double click on Malwarebytes download, which starts the install. When it is installed, connect internet again while malwarebytes updates (usually takes less than a minute), then turn internet off again.

Run Malwarebytes. Then uninstall malwarebytes in Control panel, turn MSE back on, reconnect to internet.

If you do reset to factory settings - back up all your documents, music, photos and videos onto a usb or external hard drive and make a note of all programs you have installed and their product keys before resetting, so you can reinstall them all again without problems after reinstalling Windows.

If Malwarebytes doesn't find anything then maybe the system has just been corrupted somehow and this might need a reinstall.
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