Updating malwarebytes without internet
Step 2While still on the safe PC, find the "Malwarebytes" folder that resides in the "Program Data" or "Application Data" folder: For Windows Vista & 7: Copy the "Malwarebytes" folder to your USB drive, then delete the contents of the "Logs" and "Quarantine" folders that are inside the "Malwarebytes Anti-Malware" folder on the USB drive.
Step 3Go to the PC that lacks Internet or is in Safe Mode.
Hello, currently I am fighting an infection by the smart hdd malware on my PC following the self help instructions on this site.
My wlan-manager seems not to work in the safe mode and so I have no Internet connection on the infected computer.
So I selected a recovery point a little before desaster had hit me - and this went fine.Some updates made to the drivers are meant to enhance performance, and others are intended to fix bugs that have been reported by users.Usually, updates for drivers are downloaded and installed automatically by the Windows Update tool, especially if your system is running Windows 10.Install Malwarebytes from the mbam-setup if you haven't yet.Now find the "Malwarebytes" folder on this PC (refer to step 2 for the location) and delete it.
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Apparenly the system is as before the nfection and - as far as I could test up to now - works fine.