Loading Antispywarre problems

  rawprawn 25 Oct 09
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In vista I ran MWB Pro and SAS Pro, in windows 7 I find loading SAS crashes my machine, and MWB makes it freeze.
Anyone else with these problems?

  ambra4 25 Oct 09

It would help if you would list what “MWB Pro and SAS Pro” are it would save us guessing

  rawprawn 25 Oct 09

Sorry thought that you would understand.
Superantyspware Professional
MalwareBytes Pro (Paid for version)

  rawprawn 25 Oct 09

I have just loaded Ad Aware Free and it is running, it seems for some reason W7 does not like "Real Time Protection"
However I have tried SAS & MWB free download with disaterous results.

  Peter Lanky 25 Oct 09

No problems with any anti spyware on Windows 7 Home 64 bit. Loaded Malwarebytes, Adaware and Spybot (all free versions).

I had to giggle that you expected anyone to know what MWB Pro and SAS Pro stood for ;)

  rdave13 25 Oct 09

Running SAS pro on Win 7 with no issues. Only have the free version of MBAM.

  sunnystaines 25 Oct 09

there were reported problems with SAS on w7 32 bit in the windows7 forum. MBAM reported ok.

I would hold back and expect a fix shortly.

  rawprawn 25 Oct 09

Thank you

  mfletch 25 Oct 09

Ive run both free versions on 7 without any problems,

Try turning off your Antivirus first then see if they run OK

What AV are you using do you have windows defender activated?

  rawprawn 25 Oct 09

To all my readers MWB should say MBAM , I do appologise.

  rawprawn 25 Oct 09

At the moment AVG Free. Winows Defender is turned off

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