Malwarebytes Error Code 1075

Malwarebytes Error Code 1075

When using Malwarebytes software to protect the computer against viruses, adware, etc., many users encounter problems. Malwarebytes error code 1075 is one of those annoying issues that disrupts your work. Typically, this may be due to an incomplete installation of the Malwarebytes software or a corrupt download. Malwarebytes Error Code 1075 is usually caused by a corrupted registry entry.

Malwarebytes Error Code 1075

Symptoms of Malwarebytes Error Code 1075

  • Error 20025 appears and closes the active program window.
  • Your PC crashes frequently with Error 20025 while running the same program.
  • Malwarebytes Error 20025 is displayed.
  • Windows runs slowly and responds slowly to keyboard or mouse input.
  • Your computer hangs periodically for a few seconds at a time.

Causes of Malwarebytes Error Code 1075

Look at the causes that may be behind this error:

  • In case of corruption in the Windows registry following a recent modification of the Malwarebytes Anti-Malware software.
  • A corrupt installation of this anti-malware software or a problematic download may create such a problem.
  • An infection with malware or a virus can corrupt Windows files or system files associated with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.
  • If another program on your system has Malwarebytes Anti-malware files deleted in an inappropriate or malicious manner, this error may occur.

Methods to solve Malwarebytes Error Code 1075

Method 1 - Close the conflicting programs

When you receive a run-time error, keep in mind that this happens because of conflicting programs with each other. The first thing to do to solve the problem is to stop these conflicting programs.

  1. Open the Task Manager by simultaneously clicking Ctrl-Alt-Delete. This will allow you to see the list of running programs.
  2. Go to the Processes tab and stop the programs one by one by highlighting each program and clicking the End Process button.
  3. You will need to check if the error message reappears each time you stop a process.
  4. Once you have identified the program that caused the error, you can proceed to the next troubleshooting step, which is reinstalling the application.

Method 2 - Update / Reinstall Conflicting Programs

  1. In Windows 7, click the Start button, click Control Panel, and then click Uninstall a program.
  2. In Windows 8, click the Start button, scroll down, click More Settings, and then click Control Panel> Uninstall a program.
  3. In Windows 10, simply type Control Panel in the search box, click the result, and then click Uninstall a program.
  4. Once in Programs and Features, click the problem program, and then click Update or Uninstall.
  5. If you choose to update, you will simply need to follow the prompt to complete the process. However, if you choose to uninstall, you will need to follow the prompt to uninstall, then download again or use the application installation disc to reinstall the program.

Method 3 - Run Disk Cleanup

You may also encounter a runtime error because of very little free space on your computer.

  1. You should consider backing up your files and freeing up space on your hard drive.
  2. You can also clear your cache and restart your computer.
  3. You can also run Disk Cleanup, open your browser window and right-click your main directory (usually C :).
  4. Click Properties, and then click Disk Cleanup.