I was updating MBAM's definitions via it's updater and it also updated to the latest program version (1.29). There was no notice that a program update was available with an option not to install at that time (which I think it needs)...it just did it. After the update was finished I noticed that on the update window it stated that it was strongly recommended that an uninstall of the old version be done before installing the new 1.29 version...hmmm, a little late for that notice since it already updated itself. Anyway, I thought to play it safe I would uninstall MBAM, reboot, and then install 1.29 again. Since I was going to be installing MBAM again I didn't use REVO Uninstaller like I usually do. I just used MBAM's own uninstaller. After uninstalling MBAM I got a notice that it could not remove everything but that I could manually remove the rest. I didn't worry to much about it as I was goinjg to be installing MBAM again. As the system was booting I got a pop-up that stated something to the effect of "Windows cannot find C:\Program Files...". Since I wasn't sure what had happened I just restored Windows to an earlier time. Then I downloaded the 1.29 version of MBAM, uninstalled my current version of MBAM using REVO (MBAM appears to leave a ton of junk behind), did not reboot, and then installed 1.29. After that I rebooted and did not get the pop-up again about not being able to find C:\Program Files (which I had never seen before this instance). Has anyone else tried uninstalling MBAM 1.29 and did you have any problems or was this just some glitch on my machine?