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Windows 7: Malwarebytes - NoActiveDesktopChanges

18 Apr 2009   #41
johngalt

 

Apparently you're not reading what we were writing carefully. The problem here is that you only needed to drag the column wider by the amount that would display the entire name without having to rely on the tool tip that disappears after a certain amount of time, thereby making your screen shot easier to see (and verify).

As you can see in my screen shots, I have it *nowhere* near full screen at all. It was a simple set of instructions for your to drag the column just a little wider so we could read the name of the key in the screen shot without you having to go through convoluted process of trying to get a screen shot with the tool tip displayed.


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18 Apr 2009   #42
SqdnGuns

Slackware / Windows 7 x64 7100
 
 

"Attention to Detail"........................Epic Fail
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18 Apr 2009   #43
johngalt

 

That sounds like a worthy lyric in a punk song....
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18 Apr 2009   #44
SqdnGuns

Slackware / Windows 7 x64 7100
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by johngalt View Post
That sounds like a worthy lyric in a punk song....
LOL.......A common phrase I used with "some" of my troops..............
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19 Apr 2009   #45
johngalt

 

I'd use it with a lot of people I know....in every day life....
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19 Apr 2009   #46
johngalt

 

New post - back on topic:

I am currently testing MBAM 1.37 Beta 2, with 64bit support for the resident protection module. So far, so good. A couple of more tests and I should have it confirmed working in Windows 7 (build 7077) 64bit. Then I get to fire up VBox and test other builds....

Don't ask b/c I am not posting this anywhere b/c it will be public in a matter of hours if no bugs are found.
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02 Dec 2009   #47
Johnal

W7
 
 

was searching for an answer to this showing up in my Malwarebytes scan and stumbled across this thread... did not expect to end up laughing. Enjoyed it enough to sign up on these forums.
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02 Dec 2009   #48
Jacee
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1
 
 

Welcome Johnal :)
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