I reset my laptop 3 days ago completely, only keeping windows. I chose "remove files and clean the drive", so no files could be recovered.
As soon as this process was completed, I downloaded and installed Kaspersky Total Security. Then I also installed Spybot Search & Destroy and AVG TuneUp.
I did a full scan with kaspersky and Spybot and optimalized my PC with AVG TuneUp. Then I downloaded and installed all importand & optional windows updates.
While installing these updates I noticed that whenever I reboot my laptop the BitDefender Threat Scanner error shows up for a few sseconds, but everything else is fine.
I read many threads about this on this forum and followed the guidelines on https://www.safer-networking.org/faq/bitdefender-threat-scanner-dmp/ and replaced the SDAV.dll file, even though its size was 32kb, identical to what it should be.
This didn't fix the issue. The BitDefender Threat Scanner error doesn't bother me much, but I'm afraid it will ruin my laptop in the longrun if I don't fix it quickly.
Should I uninstall SpyBot to see if it fixes it? Or will this have consequences? And should I delete the .dmp file?
I am trying so hard to secure my PC completely, that's why I resetted my laptop to begin with. I don't want this to make my laptop vulnerable. Please give me advice on what to do.
Thanks in advance.