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download the Windows installer cleanup utility, remove .NET Framework and then re download .NET Framework from microsoft and reinstall it, then try to run quick clean.
you can use this for your reference...
kindly post back if what happens....
hope this helps...
1. Right-click the M icon in your system tray.
2. Select Quick Links.
3. Select Back up and Restore Files.
Thanks for posting your concerns to McAfee.
Please uninstall and reinstall Dot Net Framework 1.1 and let us know if it is working fine.