In most cases, a simple uninstall and reinstall of Malwarebytes will solve the problem.However, uninstalling Malwarebytes via windows control panel will not help.The instructions state the following: If you are receiving this error, luckily there is a special installer that you can use to avoid the problem.Please download the special installer from this page.Malwarebytes, known to be as the best Anti-Malware in the world but, it doesn’t mean, it’s free from errors .Like any other software, it is not perfect, from time to time it may encounter problems.It doesn't delete malware from your computer; it simply stops the malware from running so that you can install security programs (in this case Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware) which will scan for and remove malicious files. If it doesn't work, or causes a BSo D, run the version.Note: Do not restart your computer after running Rkill; the malware will resume running on start-up.
I manually downloaded the installer file, then launched when done and was greeted by this error That was unexpected. I tried a few more download/reinstall attempts but was met with the same error. Per “Root Admin”, “This is due to a compatibility issue with some older processors (Single core PIII and earlier, and AMD XP )” and appeared to arise with version 2.18.As a system running x32 bit Windows 7 OS and only purposed for visiting guests to our household to use, it seemed to be adequate.I don’t have a PATA-based DVD-ROM reader to allow me to easily load various Linux Live CD’s that are DVD sized.TDSSKiller Here's a link to where you can download TDSSKiller; Utilities/EN/TDSSKiller will scan your computer for malware, and unlike Rkill it will attempt to permanently remove anything it detects.If TDSSKiller wants to restart your computer, allow it to do so immediately.