Yes you certainly can remove McAfee products from your computer by downloading MCPR.exe tool from below mentioned link & run it on your PC, after which re-boot your PC to finish removing McAfee products.
Download MCPR.exe tool from : http://download.mcafee.com/products/licensed/cust_support_patches/MCPR.exe
McAfee Technical Support
Here's the log of my several attempts to run mcpr.exe. Note the "internal error" message in the log. What's that?
mccleanup.log.zip 9.8 K
Reviewing your log here , In the meantime could you please confirm whether we use the enterprise or the Home version of McAfee ?
Also let me know what is the perating system of the computer ?
How is the computer connected to internet ? (cable/wireless)
Is you windows uptodate ?
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I purchased an Acer Aspire One that had, I presume, a home version (McAfee Internet security Suite with SiteAdviser 2008) installed with a 60 day trial period. Since I already had another anti-virus product, I used Add/Install programs to uninstall the McAfee software. The other AV product would not install because it said that the McAfee product was still installed . I then ran VSCleanupTool, which was insufficient so I also tried to run mrcp. The netbook is running XP SP3, it has a wireless conection to he Internet and all Windows updates have been installed.
There do not seem to be any McAfee files remaining on the system but there are several McAfee entries in the registry (seen by using regedit and searching for "mcafee") still remaining.
I went through the trouble of joining this forum simply so I can express my absolute and utter contempt for McAfee. McAfee -- you were beautiful once. What happened?
I've been happy with Kaspersky for over a year now. I remove McAfee from every Dell computer I get.
But then McAfee blindsides me by joining forces with Adobe and has the McAfee installation installed as part of the Adobe Flash update. Shame on both Adobe and McAfee! Once they were "good citizens" and have since stooped to the lowest of tactics.
Not only does McAfee sneak its way onto my machine but it does so in such a way it is practically impossible to remove it! I've tried the removal tool. I've disabled the UAC. It looks like I'm going to have to roll back to a restore point.
McAfee. Do you really think this is the way to get new customers or impress anyone? I can promise you that your products will NEVER be purchased or voluntarily installed on any of my personal machines. I will also ensure that nothing of yours gets installed on any project I have oversight of at work (large defense contractor -- 5,000 at my site alone) and I will spread the word.
I suggest that you get a fix for this out and stop with the cheap tactics.