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About ltmcmulleniii

  • Birthday 04/18/1971


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  • -OS -Security_Software -IObit_Software +Computer_Details
    Windows 7 Pro
    Windows 10 Pro
    Windows Server 2012 R2

    IObit Malware Fighter 5.4, Windows Defender (Periodic)

    Advanced System Care 11 Pro
    Smart Defrag 5.7.1 Pro
    IoBit Uninstaller Free
    ASC Android

    Desktop: Custom Built, 16GB ram, 2TB diskspace across 4 drives (2 SSD's), Dual boot Windows 7Pro/10Pro, LG M+ BRD RW M+

    Laptop: HP Pavilion e020us (see google) no customization. Upgraded to Windows 10 Pro

    Server: Custom built running Windows server 2012r2


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  1. Thank you. I just tried the scan again and it initialized without problems. However, I will keep the link bookmarked just in case.
  2. Hello. When trying to perform a manual scan I get the message that my version is out of date. When I try to update the software it reports I have the latest version. I think it is having trouble connecting to the database. It errors right after the "Initializing Database" message. Also I noticed that when closing the message earlier it opens up a browser and attempts to go to the IOBit website but the site seemed to be down. I opened up another browser and manually typed in the web address and could not connect. So, I thought that maybe there was an issue with the server that may have been causing the problem. However, I am able to get to the website now but ASC-U is still having an issue. Any suggestions?
  3. Thank you for responding. I never received a notice to patch. I just frequently checked for updates and at the same time monitored the Reg key associated with this whole fiasco and assumed that all was in order. I am still not sure as to who/what actually updated the key. I am guessing it was IOBit. If so, you may want to have users reboot after said update since registry entries does not stick until reboot/re-log. If I am incorrect on this then I apologize.
  4. I wonder if they even monitor this? Anyhow, I just installed a partial update from Microsoft and I didn't get a BSOD. I also noticed the registry flag mentioned above is set now, so my fingers are crossed.
  5. I have read that when MS pushes the update to fix the Meltdown issue it is possible that users will experience BSODs if a registry flag is not set by AV programs. Has IMF been patched to handle this? I am currently using IMF version 5.4. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...virus-software Thank You!! :-) https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4072699/january-3-2018-windows-security-updates-and-antivirus-software
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