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Program_Error_Updating

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Program_Error_Updating (5, 0, CreateFile)

Access is denied..

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Are you getting this during an update? Are you running the update while logged in to a limited account. You can right click on the MBAM icon and choose run as administrator then perform your update.

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I think that is the case, although the admin is asleep and will kill me if I wake them up.

It goes from 0% to 100%, then does the same thing over 3/4 times, then gives me that error..

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OK once that admin wakes up have them check that and get back to us should you have any further issues....

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The thing was I was getting worried that there was something, because the main computer which has the router and main broadband thingy, has 24 infections, so I was wondering if It could infect the other 3 laptops on the network.

(The scan on the main computer has scanned 55k files in about 2 hours... which is why I should always clear Temp internet files first.. :unsure:)

There was 2 infections on the laptop with the updating problem, which was two FBsearch. (Fast browser searches, that malwarebytes didn't seem to detect a month ago, even though it was first found about 2009.)

My laptop is fine, though. :-)

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This issue is caused when a user does not have administrative access to the computer that they are trying to run an update on. In order to fix this issue, you will need to log in on the administrator side of the computer, or you can do the following.

1) Right click on the Malwarebytes icon.

2) Select the option 'Run as..." or "Run as administrator"(depending on your operating system).

3) If you select "Run as...." you will be prompted by a box that will allow you to select the administrator option and then enter a password(if a password has been set).

4) Now run a manual update from Malwarebytes by going into the Update Tab and click the Check for Updates button.

This should take care of the issue.

If you are running the Pro version of Malwarebytes, you can use the Scheduler to run automatic updates to avoid this issue altogether.

Let us know if you have any further questions.

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