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It's generally not recommended to start tweaking your system that way (there is very little to be gained). Because of things like this. McAfee is tightly integrated with the operating system, and there is no way to be sure that these tweaks will not affect McAfee or any other software for that matter, and even if you got it right now that doesn't mean you will not encounter a similar problem in the future.
But if you don't want to set your services back to the way they were:
Generally, it's not recommended to tweak your services. Even if you'd get it working now, it doesn't mean it will stay that way. Leave that to the pros.
McAfee is tightly integrated with the operating system, so it's not strange that this causes problems.
Disabling services generally frees up very little RAM or CPU usage. Especially compared to that total protection thing !
But if you want to do it anyway, try MSCONFIG, by enabling certain services you may find out which ones are necesary.
I'm not sure if there is any use in disabling services. Another choice is setting them to manual (as opposed to automatic), which would mean the services run only if/when nessecary.
If it turns out that what you've been doing has permanently corrupted your installation, you can uninstall with the MCPR tool and reinstall.
They may appear to be using resources but actually are not until they actually kick into action. Don't stop anything in your services, that is one guaranteed way to screw up your system. The other way is to use any kind of registry cleaners, tweaks etc.
They have no dependencies so you should just start all of them, except for Scanner (unless running at the time).
The problem was with:
"DCOM Server Process Launcher" Windows XP Process. I must be enabled.
I am putting this information here, in case somebody needs this in future.
Good, thanks for posting.