How to Fix Malwarebytes Won’t Open In Windows 10

by Jack Thomson blogger
Malwarebytes offers a plethora of amazing protective features in complete security tools. Their main product is called “Malwarebytes Anti-Malware”and it  is one of the most popular and useful antimalware software in the market. Some users reported that they can’t open Malwarebytes system updates. This issue occurs due to a virus on your device and malicious software block the extension of antimalware excitable. In this article, we will show you all possible solutions to fix this issue.

Steps to Fix Malwarebytes Won’t Open In Windows 10

Reinstall Malwarebytes Anti-malware

A clean reinstallation can fix this issue. When you have entirely removed “Malwarebytes Anti-malware” from your system, you need to download and install the current version.

Here are the steps to follow:

Type “Control in the windows searches field to open “Control Panel.”
Select “Uninstall a Program.”
Now uninstall “Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.”
Move to the latest version and install the current version of “Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.”
Running Malwarebytes Chameleon

Here are the steps to follow:

Launch the start menu and scroll down until you locate “Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.”
Enable “Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.”
Select Tools and then click “Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Chameleon.”
After the process, DOS windows will appear on your screen, tap “Enter” to continue.
This process will automatically open suitable updates for the “Malwarebytes Anti-Malware” suite.
You need to immediately scan for malware.
Running Malwarebytes as an Administrator

Here are the steps to follow:

Navigate to the given command:
Right-tap on the “mbam.exe” and then click “Properties” in the contextual menu.
Launch the “Compatibility” button.
Select “Run this program as an administrator”, and then you need to confirm your change.
Now restart your operating system and then check the issue resolved.
Try Launching Malwarebytes into Safe Mode

Here are the steps to follow:

When the Windows symbol appears on the screen, tap and hold the power button for some time until your operating system shuts down.
Now you need to power on your operating system and repeat this process three times.
Click the “Advanced recovery menu” that appears on the screen.
Select “Troubleshooter.”
Click “Advance option” and then click “Startup Settings.”
Click Restart.
Select “Safe mode with Networking” in the list appears on the screen.
Open Malwarebytes and scan for malware.
Now restart your device.
Rename the Mbam.Exe to Explorer.Exe

Here are the steps to follow:

Navigate to the given command:
Right-tap on the “mbam.exe” and then select “Rename” in the dropdown menu appear on your screen.
Rename “mbam.exe” to “explorer.exe.”
Now finally restart the device.

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