Look at http://www.geekstogo...l/#entry2151691
Which step in the instructions fails to work?
mbswissarmy.sys seems to be very sensitive to file structure problems on the hard disk. If you do get to a command prompt you might run a disk check.
Use this command:
When you use this command, Check Disk performs an analysis of the disk and then repairs any errors it finds, provided that the disk isn’t in use. If the disk is in use, Check Disk displays a prompt that asks whether you want to schedule the disk to be checked the next time you restart the system. Click Yes to schedule this check.
To delete the MBAM drivers and services from the registry from the command line you can type:
sc delete MBAMChameleon
sc delete MBAMFarflt
sc delete MBAMProtection
sc delete MBAMSwissArmy
sc delete MBAMWebProtection
I'm checking out an off-line registry editor which will allow you to remove the MBAM drivers and services but need to reboot to do it so will break this up into two posts.