Ref: 0x6280436A error code..
have McAfee Internet security 2009
my build number is version 10.5.193 and running windows xp mce
fully up todate with MS... no printer or scanner and i'm getting the above error code too.
The issue is now number 1 priority with the bug people.There seems to be several issues causing it some are fixed but unfortunately it has blown out of my promised time line. That is what happens when I put my neck out....
I have another timeline but will not mention it as they are still on the job chasing causes. Putting neck on blockMessage was edited by: Peacekeeper on 29/06/10 6:45:29 AM
Ok, so based on your last post, my current understanding is that Mcafee have still not resolved the issue.
In previous posts, I misunderstood. It seemed a fix was ready but not being released until end of month.
That was what we were told and the tech who looks after us was told but they have found another cause so will not issue a part fixed "fix".
This is the no 1 issue mcafee has on its books but again the issue is more an annoyance rather than a data destroyer /PC messed up type so please be patient.( I know been that but there is nothing more I can do sorry)
My XP test PC is not getting it as I have not seen it in 12 boots/shutdowns and total of 3 in 38 shutdowns show it.
I only have the problem on my laptop now as I switched provider when sub expired on other machines.
I get the message 19 times out of 20 on shutdown.
It might only be an annoyance but I will not renew my sub while this issue continues.
Thanks for the update.
Hi, I still get this error message since the DAT 5958 update too. I've been able to ignore it as the popup was disappearing after 10 seconds or so, but the last few times at shutdown it seems to hang for a lot longer and I need to click it before it disappears. This really is very annoying. Is McAfee offering any compensation for this inconvenience?
Many thanks, LyndyLou
I hope the updates will include the ability to regain control of our desktops and menus in XP. The shortcut icon (which takes a reg-hack or a patch) to get rid of, and the re-creation of the McAfee folder in the "start menu" are MUCH MORE AGRAVATING than this stupid message on shutdown (though I imagine it would be more annoying for someone using a notebook and they had to wait on it each time).
This is the only program I have encountered since Windows95 that has created shortcuts and start menus that cannot be customized or removed. I would not be surprised if this violated Microsoft Development Agreements and would jeopardize the coveted "Windows Compatible" certification.
It is such a fundamental concept (customization), that I doubt anyone even tested to make sure it worked.
PLEASE FIX THIS ISSUE.