Hi, You can't find it - 'disable' - because it isn't there. Sux eh ? Who but McAfee knows. Many programs ask for the closing of other programs and applications to assure a 'clean' installation. In many instances it is to prevent corruption of dependancies and availability of shared resources. Interruption of 'protection' can't be the excuse, ummm 'reason', because McAfee has same requirements for it's install - both original and the McAfee requested reinstalls - and the McAfee 'home' isn't even a https site.
My ranting aside, If you're somewhat pc sav vy I suggest Task Manager
Thanks IsMe4Sure....... I'll try task manager but won't be holding my breath. I've used msconfig to get to the startup tab and disabled everything in there and tried installing creator 2010 but still no luck. I've used mcafee for 3 or 4 years but this is going to be the last time. and while I'm ranting and trying to cool down, I won't be buying anymore roxio programs either. I actually knew better when I parted with almost a hundred dollars to buy creator so I'll just chalk it up to experience and try to get back my senses. I hope you see the "thank you" before the moderators delete this reply.
...in Task Mgr click on 'processes' and click the view tab and click the show description box near bottom of menu for column choices
when you then stop the McAfee processes you'll know its the right one when you get icon alert in system tray and warning you're computer is at risk ...
When you reboot following your Roxio install the McAfee processes should all restart as before
Click run or start search
Type in msconfig
Click on services tab
Go through the list and find and uncheck all the Mcafee services
Hit apply and ok
Restart the computer all Mcafee services will be disabled on restart.
Go back to msconfig and re-enable all Mcafree services.