Cool. Thank you.
I did see the problem again this morning; I reconfigured the home network service to delayed start.
If the problem returns later, the next thing I'll try will be to make it manual for now.
Just for your info, I collected logs of the issue with a piece of S/W they provided me with and sent them for analysis. Awaiting now the result of the process, hoping they will find the source of the issue. By the way, the info is on another link referring to the issue. See and click on the link below.
Regards, Paul C
Hi besoindaide, selvan (Moderator) posted a new reply in "PC Optimization" on 02-21-2018 11:24 AM :
I have shared the logs which "besoindaide" provided. I will post here as soon as I gather the outcome of log analysis.
How odd they are not replying here!
I uninstalled this piece of crap allready. Would love to try if anyone could tell me the problems are solved, but McAfee is ignoring their customers completely.
It isn't listed in the Task Manager services. You have to go to:
Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Administrative Tools
to open the full Services panel.
Click on the Name column name to sort by service name.
The service is called McAfee Home Network.
You can also get there by opening the McAfee Service Host iten in the Task Manager processes list (in in the Details list). (Click on the > symbol to the left of the service host name.)
You can then left-click on the McAfee Home Network item and select Open Services, which should take you to the full Services pattern.
The problem returned the next t morning, so this time I reconfigured to service to automatic delayed start. If it returns later, I'll make it a manual service and turn it on after the system settles down from the boot and see what happens then.