Without a bit more information, it's hard to say for sure.MBAM should be installed & configured from an Admin account.within the Windows XP Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category.Trying to install Malwarebytes on XP Pro, tried several times but keep getting error message: app error, app failed That means you are infected and you won't be able to install any malware or Anti Virus programs or update the ones you have.I already tried using Malwarebytes and Super Antispyware, both did not work.There seems to be nothing wrong with my laptop other than the Google redirects.However, uninstalling Malwarebytes via windows control panel will not help.Even deleting its registry keys through then type the drive of the partition that you want to check disk ex: c:, d: and etc. Wait until it is finished, if it says, it needs to restart to fully check your hard disk then, do as per instructed.
After unhiding your file extension, you can now rename Malwarebytes installer both the name and the extension (from mbam-setup-22.214.171.1244to or ixplor.com).
Avast found File Boot F:infected by MBR : Alureon-K and File C :\infected by WIN 32 Carberp- ??????
Thank you Occasionally when I Google something it will redirect me to another website.
Please take note, after renaming your Malwarebytes installer the appearance of the installer may change but don’t be bothered.
Disclaimer: NOT yet running Win10 & NOT Malwarebytes staff - just a long-time MBAM home user and forum volunteer (@daledoc1).