update to my bsod dilemma software is the culprit..

  1.    01 Jan 2017 #1

    update to my bsod dilemma software is the culprit..

    got tricked into again purchasing Malabytes Malware software ( they processed my credit card without asking ) .. it allowed me three licences for the software to monitor three PC's. .two Windows 10 ( one is laptop other is PC ) and my windows XP pro which I still run on a rebootable HD in the same PC ..

    have had numerous problems with the software but the biggest being that after only a few hours on the HP laptop elitebook 8730W if I moved the mouse pointer on a web site or even my desktop the entire screen went into BSOD along with sad happy face and something has gone wrong please reboot .. ( see attached) .. after a few time in three days of htis I decided to completely remove all of the malabytes software and guess what?.,, after 5 days NO more BSOD .. But this is only happened on the windows 10 laptop never had the BSOD on the PC windows 10 ... why ?
    The other problem,is the still on both windows 10 is the digitally signed driver is required for both windows 10 but not the windows XP pro .. only problem I have pro is after a restart /reboot into windows xp I have to do a full scan for the program to report success you are now ready to start..) .. I have windows defender on both the win 10 machines maybe I don't need the Malabytes software at all.. I am going to reque$t a full refund as one of the these two party's on my machines -don't like each other ! ........ and wanted to find out If " I am the only one with these experiences ????? "
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  2.    01 Jan 2017 #2

    I have Malwarebytes 3.0 on my Windows 10 pc. Personally, I have everything turned off in it, as I use Bitdefender Internet Security 2017 on my pc.
    I have found in the past that Malwarebytes isn't as good as people claim it is. I personally found that SUPERAntiSpyware found things that Malwarebytes missed.
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  3. axe0's Avatar
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       01 Jan 2017 #3

    SAS finds mostly cookies, Malwarebytes doesn't focus much on cookies AFAIK.
    I know cookies can be dangerous too, but Malwarebytes does catch the dangerous part.
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  4.    02 Jan 2017 #4

    There are threads here and on other forums of problems with Malwarebytes 3.0 version. The older 2.xx version is OK. Most recommend holding off installing 3.0 until they get it right.
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