EAM on Win 8 x64 resulted in un-bootable windows

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yesterday my EAM updated to ver and then shut down. this morning my laptop was un-bootable, stuck at blue logo with circling dots. just kept on circling.

waited few hours but nothing and then force restarted couple of time but no luck.

booted into safe-mode and uninstalled EAM. booted back up normally and installed EAM again and all seems good not.

just wanted to inform the dev team about it.

OS: windows 8 x64

-side note: download the installed from website which said but when installed it shows the ver as! dunno why...

UPDATE: another restart and windows is again un-bootable.

i also have KIS and MBAM installed which i already know might be conflicting and overkill but it was working fine before this update.

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I am running MBAM 1.70 without any issues, so I don't think it is the cause of the problem. Can you set Kaspersky to not run on startup, and let us know if you continue to have issues after that?

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after the re-installation and the boot issue i decided to restore a 2 week old backup and updated everything to latest version and no issue so far. even restarted a couple of time and nothing.

when i first got the notification from update i didnt restart right away so i think that might have some have screwed the driver update process.


anyway its all good now and i can say that KIS and EAM still work together perfectly.



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I'm glad to hear that all is working now. Please let us know if you have any further issues. ;)

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