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Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware a.k.a. MBAM


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alioden

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whenever i try to run mbam setup it gives an error saying setup files are corrupted, pls obtain anew copy of the program. pls heellllllllppppppp!
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cbarnard

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Welcome to Geeks to go,

Delete all current files you have of MBAM

Redownload it -->> HERE

then install like normal.

let me know how it works.
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alioden

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was trying to locate where MBAM files are located but to no avail, i dont know where to delete these files:( can you help me?
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was trying to locate where MBAM files are located but to no avail, i dont know where to delete these files:( can you help me?
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The XP system I'm currently on has them in:

C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware


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hi, i was able to run the malwarebyte's set-up, but just right before the set-up is done an error message occurred telling me to report the error, and there was this malwarebyte's window prompting me to scan my files. im a little confused here:( i did scan my c drive and it says object infected are 10, and it continue scanning.. i hope im not lost somewhere, thanks for the great help..
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im a bit confused whether to restart the set-up since there has been an error or just go on scanning and wait till it stop..
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Don't make multiple topics for the same issue

You have posted in the Virus removal forum, keep your posts in your topic here

http://www.geekstogo...og-t278690.html
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