Updating malwarebytes without internet
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.Looking forward to your support but in great hope I would not need it.Norbert Made some progress - but I do not now how to rate it.To use the Network Reset feature on a Windows 10 computer that has been updated to the Creators Update, you need to: When the Network Reset feature is done working its magic and your computer boots up, check to see whether or your internet connection problem has been resolved.If all else fails, fear not – you can simply rid yourself of the Windows 10 Creators Update and all the problem that it brings with it by rolling back to the Windows 10 build that you were previously using, provided that it hasn’t been 30 days since you installed the Creators Update.I restarted my computer in safe mode and received the option to continue in save mode or return the system to a earlier recovery point (I do not know the proper English name of this as I use the German Windows version).So I selected a recovery point a little before desaster had hit me - and this went fine.
Thankfully, though, if you are experiencing any network or internet connection-related issues after upgrading your Windows 10 computer to the Creators Update, there is a lot you can do to try and resolve the issue(s) on your own.
Once that’s done, check to see whether or not the solution worked.
If you would like to uninstall a third-party security program installed on your computer but don’t know how to do so, simply use this guide.
The following are the absolute most effective solutions that can be used to try and fix post-Creators Update internet connection problems: Third-party antivirus, antimalware and firewall applications can sometimes interfere with a Windows 10 computer’s ability to communicate with the internet, creating internet connection problems.
If your problem is being caused by a third-party security program, simply disable – or better yet, uninstall – any and all third-party security programs installed on your computer.
Many Windows 10 Creators Update users have been able to resolve their internet connection problems post-update by simply resetting their computer’s Winsock catalog and TCP/IP stack, releasing and renewing its IP address and flushing and resetting its DNS client resolver cache by running the appropriate networking commands.