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Support / Re: Mbam doesnt work
« Last post by CharlieCroker on November 13, 2018, 04:45:18 am »
Like this... 



 :(
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Support / Re: Mbam doesnt work
« Last post by CharlieCroker on November 13, 2018, 12:35:00 am »
[i don't know what's happened to my post, looks like it's been deleted!]
It's to a USB, in fact it's two of them and there both the same
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Support / Re: Mbam doesnt work
« Last post by Bob.Omb on November 12, 2018, 11:55:59 am »
Are you burning to a CD/DVD or a USB? Malwarebytes needs write access to its own folder, booting into a VM or using a CD/DVD will always produce an error.  It is meant to be used on USB.  If you are burning to a CD/DVD clamwin will work for AV
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Support / Re: Mbam doesnt work
« Last post by Bob.Omb on November 11, 2018, 10:57:22 pm »
Fixed, and fixed.
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Requests / Re: Auto Connect on Boot (wifi)
« Last post by Bob.Omb on November 11, 2018, 10:43:30 pm »
Give me a week or so to add this and a bunch of other updates, I had to push out a fix for other things sooner than I wanted to. 
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Support / Re: How to add hotkey function to PE
« Last post by Bob.Omb on November 11, 2018, 10:31:46 pm »
I will add something soon for this
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Requests / Re: On-screen keyboard doesn't work
« Last post by Bob.Omb on November 09, 2018, 09:08:12 pm »
Thanks for reporting this I'm fixing it now..
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Support / Re: Mbam doesnt work
« Last post by Bob.Omb on November 09, 2018, 09:07:36 pm »
I am fixing this now, I was going to go back to version 2 because version 3 scans the PE system drive X: and flags 4 files within the PE, broadcastenvchange (twice) and some other necessary file for the build, they are false positives but its annoying to see and it might make people who arent paying attention to these forums think either 1) the PE has an infection or 2.) that the machine they are scanning is infected...

But 3 is nice... I am having trouble getting exeptions for x: and y: to stay permanent in the build.. so that it doesnt erase some of the tools and only scans the host drives...

Going back to v2 may be the final answer for this... It does update to current defs...
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Support / Re: Drivers
« Last post by danheretic on November 09, 2018, 04:17:12 pm »
Thank you Bob.Omb for the quick reply, and my apologies for the late one - I haven't gotten back to this project lately.

What you said about driver compatibility and the drivers overriding each other makes sense. I hoped it would be more elegant, but you know... Apple. :) Also thanks for the tip on the spaces in folder/filenames. I had avoided that, but good to know.

I still haven't been able to make the drivers work for keyboard/trackpad on newer Macs. I currently have access to a MacBook 12" (Mid 2017) aka MacBook10,1 and a MacBook Pro 13" (Mid 2017) aka MacBookPro14,2. Using brigadier I used the following options:

> brigadier --model=MacBookPro14,2 

Distribution 091-07726 supports the following models: MacBookPro14,1, MacBookPro14,2

> brigadier --model=MacBook10,1

Distribution 091-07726 supports the following models: MacBookPro14,1, MacBookPro14,2


As you can see, brigadier reported the same model numbers for both packages but omitted the MacBook10,1, which is what I queried for. So maybe it's using the same drivers between models and just forgot to add 10,1 to the list.

Either way, I tried extracting the drivers from the retrieved files from BootCamp-091-07726\$WinPEDriver$ and copied them to the USB under Y:\System\Drivers. Thinking to simplify, I also tried removing the $WinPEDriver$ folder and copied the contents of that directly into Y:\System\Drivers. Neither method worked on either Macbook. The drive boots, but the trackpad and keyboard remain unusable in the PE.

Maybe I am missing something basic about how drivers are supposed to be added to the USB, or how the folders should be structured?

I will try to obtain other Macbook models to test with - since the two models I have use the same driver package, it's possible that only this driver package has issues.

Has anyone else been able to successfully use the brigadier driver method with Bob.Omb's USB drive to get keyboard or trackpad to work on newer (USB-C) models of MacBook/MacBook Pros?
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Requests / On-screen keyboard doesn't work
« Last post by Qual on November 09, 2018, 10:02:27 am »
On-screen keyboard doesn't work due to incorrect file version of osk.exe and oskSupport.dll
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