Dinz, I need a reply!
and you get that idea how?
That error is common enough and a search of the forum will give several thoughts
1st ensure you have no remnants of other antivirus products uninstall them via their removal tools then run the MCPR mcafee removal tool linked to in the useful link tab at top of the page.
reboot then try downloading this file and running it.
Try the install again
If not other thoughts posted elsewhereEnable Windows Firewall to afford you some protection while this is going on. Error 12029 is a network error - meaning it's your connection acting up - check with your ISP if they have any ideas.
Do the same entering plain old "temp" minus the "" of course.
You will have to-enable all the browser add-ons.
General tab: clear cookies, history and temporary files
Security tab: set all zones to default
Content tab: disable Content Advisor
Advanced tab: set to default. OK and exit.
and then IEFIX - http://windowsxp.mvps.org/utils/IEFix.zip
There's a thread here about error 12029: http://community.mcafee.com/showthread.php?t=228495&highlight=12029
& here's what another user suggested...
Under my browser tools/options/advanced/settings I reset it to "no proxy" right away as a part of the clean up but I missed the one under the control panel. I fought off and on for weeks until this morning I was digging around and found the other place I needed to correct:
Under control panel/internet options/connections/lan settings I unchecked proxy server.