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BishopGM

Antimalware PROBLEEEM

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Ive dealt withh this problem in the past fixed it but after all this time it came back and ive tried SO MANY THHINGS nothing worked.....

its the antimalware service executable it uses so mmuch of my cpu AND IT WONT CLOSE........

is there a way to destroy it ?

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Does it actually effect anything?

 

Last time i checked that thing onlynruns innthe background when practically idle. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

Does it actually effect anything?

 

Last time i checked that thing onlynruns innthe background when practically idle. 

i wouldnt say it effects anything it jjust bothered me

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1 minute ago, BishopGM said:

i wouldnt say it effects anything it jjust bothered me

If it doesnt affect anything then what is the issue? It does what its supposed to do. 

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Disable it via powershell, or install a lightweight free anti virus. 


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