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Done malwarebytes scan now my PC has no internet

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  1. HenryHasIssues

    HenryHasIssues Thread Starter

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    I done a malwarebytes scan today after i saw some ads showing up although i had ad block, after doing my scan and deleting the found issue i could no longer access applications which require internet although my internet is fully working. I tried doing a pc restore but nothing changed, so i converted it back to the original. Help will be highly appreciated.


    I included malwarebytes scan results (the ones which came up with something that is)
     

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    What you do if you suspect MBAM caused the problem is to open MBAM, click on History. It will show you everything quarantined. Either look over the list and select the items you suspect you need and click Restore. Problem solved.

    If you aren't sure, restore a few, test your internet and see if it works. If not, restore a few more, again testing the internet.
     
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    thing is that the files were quarantined and everything was working, but i deleted it and then the internet issue happened
     
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    Never immediately delete what is quarantined. I wait about a month until I am sure everything is working. Threats in quarantine pose no harm to your computer so it is perfectly safe to keep them in quarantine for a long time.
     
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