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Computer is not protected, cont'd.

Yes, I'm quite sure the message pops up following an update. But I've given up and gone to another program. I was getting McAfee free with Comcast, but it's just not worth the hassle. I've done everything I've been told to do with no improvement. And the final verdict was a virus, which hasn't been detected by any antivirus software.

Thanks for your input!
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you get it for free?

yes I had got the impression from some posts, that some McAfee users get their McAfee products for free. Whereas here in Australia I pay $70 AUD each year for Virus Scan Plus on 2 computers.
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RE: Systemguards disabled - yellow exclamation mark

From what I have learned, if you have problems you should try to avoid the 'FIX'.
'FIX' doesn't always really fix. It's best to ignore the 'FIX' option and try to resolve the underlying problems on your own.

As I did with the systemguards: I didn't click on 'FIX', but just reenabled the system guards, probably followed by a reboot.
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