Like the poster in the thread you directed me to i cannot find the Mfehidin.log.
However i have found the McInst text docs-
03/13/2013 10:02:56 PM [mscLI.inf, MSC] -- (Error) ..There was some error in installation. Cleaning up all entries previously created under appid MSC
03/13/2013 10:02:56 PM [MSC] -- (Error) There was an error in the call when executing regsvr32.exe with command line /s "c:\PROGRA~1\COMMON~1\mcafee\MCSVCH~1\mcsvhver.dll". Error: 3
03/13/2013 10:02:56 PM [MSC] -- (Error) There was an error registering C:\Program Files\Common Files\McAfee\McSvcHost\McSvHVer.dll. Error: 3
03/13/2013 10:02:56 PM [MSC] -- (Error) ..There was some error (3) during installation. Directly deleting the temporary folder C:\PROGRA~2\McAfee\Temp\qxz5CEE since we wont be needing it anyway
03/13/2013 10:02:56 PM [MSC] -- (Error) ..There was some error (1603) during installation. Directly deleting the temporary folder C:\PROGRA~2\McAfee\Temp\qxz5CEE since we wont be needing it anyway
If this is 7 SP1 try installing IE10 as that has now been released and is more secure (even if you don't use IE, McAfee does).
Also if you had any previous antivirus installed use the applicable removal tool if any.
If McAfee was previously installed run the MCPR cleanup tool, reboot and retry your installation.
If you suspect an infection, try running Stinger and Malwarebytes Free, both listed on the last link in my signature below.
Thanks for the logs, really appreciate it.
The log says the problem with the installation is because of McSvHVer.dll file. I believe I can help you out to fix the problem.
Kindly let me know how many Microsoft Visual C++ packages present in the uninstall a program list. I would appreciate if you post a screen shot of the Microsoft C++ packages reflects in the Uninstall a Program list
Uninstall the two Microsoft C++ 2010 packages present in the uninstall a program list
Restart the computer
Navigate to the below location
Search for the below dll files, if present continue the below steps to rename it. If none of the below files are present follow the steps given to reinstall the Microsoft package and reinstall the McAfee
Rename the above dll files as given below
After renaming the above files click the below link to install the latest Microsoft visual C++ 2010 package
After installing the package, restart the computer
Reinstall the McAfee
Note: Please be cautious while renaming the files in system 32 location. Rename only the files mentioned above. If you are not comfortable doing it, please let me know so that I will tell you how to proceed it further.
Fantastic, that worked perfectly, Mcafee succesfully reinstalled!
Thank you so much for all your help, it is greatly appreciated
Great work, Have a great day ahead