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  1. Will do, and thanks for providing the link to that thread. Have a fabulous day.
  2. Just to provide an update, web browsing on the laptop seems to be running smoothly and seemingly without issue again while EAM protection is enabled along with MBAE and HitmanPro Alert. A many thanks for hosting this forum (and for possibly fixing any errors in EAM.)
  3. As requested, I disabled both HitmanPro Alert and MBAE in MSConfig (sorry if I should have disabled them differently,) then restarted as you instructed via the double click on the start button (and so on...) At the moment, firefox seems to be running without issue, but I only have tried to access several websites in general. With that said, that is more than what I have been able to do in the past few hours. Just to note, before disabling them, my web browsing did seem to run with less issue while EAM protection was enabled, but there still seemed to be issue(s) when trying to acc
  4. Much obliged for the quick response, GT500. I do not use COMODO firewall. I also read another thread on here in which the user mentioned that specific firewall and described a seemingly similar issue to mine. I use the windows firewall for windows 10. I also use small security utilities such as spyware blaster, winpatrol (paid,) cryptoprevent, hitman pro alert, and malwarebytes anti exploit, but emsisoft anti malware is the only real time anti malware/virus program that I use on this machine.
  5. A many thanks in advance to anyone, including EAM staff, who might read and/or reply to this thread. At some point last night, I noticed that Firefox was crashing, lagging and not running. So, I switched to Opera, then to Chrome with the same results. I began to think of troubleshooting possibilities. After some attempts, I decided to pause EAM's realtime security... my web browsers were running with no issue. When EAM protection is on, my web browsing is disrupted. When EAM protection is off, my web browsing is fine. Until last night, my laptop had no issues with EAM protection
  6. I did happen to read that, but I wasn't sure about the specificity of the statement. Thank you very much for the clarification, stapp. EDIT: my question still remains if I can uncheck the beta updates or if I should still leave the box checked. Thanks as always in advance.
  7. After reading the latest post, I just thought that I'd reply because EAM had a system restart update last night. Upon my laptop finishing rebooting, an EAM window popped up to indicate that there was a changelog. I read it. It stated that there were several fixes for both beta updates and stable updates that addressed problems like the one in this thread. Additionally, if I read and understood the changelog correctly, it specified that if EAM installed and updated with the latest beta update, EAM could not be downgraded back to the stable update. If so, my question is if I can now uncheck be
  8. A many thanks four double-checking for me. I apologize for not having researched that info before posting the logs. When I first viewed the entries in the log, I was thinking that it might be Cryptoprevent's enforcements, but I had never looked at an FRST log with Cryptoprevent present in the log and OS. Ah. Much obliged for the info. I was guessing that that was the case, but I just thought that I should ask to verify. Thank you for confirming and explaining. There have been no issues for me, including after that system restart update.
  9. Just to post in case the problems return and I have trouble posting, EAM just downloaded another update and is requiring a system restart. I still have beta updates enabled. I'll post after the update to confirm the status of my laptop. Edit: After installing the required system update and restarting my laptop, all seems well.
  10. Thank you very much for the helpful reply, GT500. In regards to the FRST logs, I suppose that I should have done research before making that statement about requesting a fix list. I found that most of those entries with the "attention" beside them are because of Cryptoprevent (no?) If so, that's a relief. I apologize for my noobishness. Ah, yes. Thanks a lot for clarifying. Do you happen to have an idea if the update will become a stable update and non-beta at some point? In other words, should I just leave the beta box checked for how ever long until there is a stable update issued to
  11. Thank you very much for the fix and the instructions on how to apply the fix, Fabian Wosar. I enabled the beta updates and attempted to restart my laptop, but it would not restart after the update was complete and needed a restart. I had to do a manual turn off/on to finally have the installed update applied. Thus far, the issues seem to be gone, but I will report if they return. I also glanced at my FRST logs and noticed that I could use a fix list if some Emsisoft Support member would be kind enough to provide one for me. I sincerely appreciate all of the help. EAM is a superb progra
  12. thank you for the post and offering to help. It took me several reboots to open and run FRST and posting the logs. They are attached as requested. Thanks once again FRST (7.28.15).txt FRST Addition (7.28.15).txt
  13. Last night, I updated my windows updates. I usually wait several days to find out about possible issues with the updates. After not finding any (might be a careless error of mine,) I decided to install the windows updates last night. While in the process of downloading and installing the windows updates, Emsisoft Anti-Malware also installed an update that required a reboot because it contained updates for behavior blocker and other features for the program. Once my laptop restarted and booted back up, my laptop was barely functioning. My laptop continued to hang and stall. When I tried to op
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