Just the same error in Vista the same day.
JScript.dll y VBScript.dll.
Vista: cmd + Execute as administrator
REGSVR32 JSCRIPT.DLL + INTRO
REGSVR32 VBSCRIPT.DLL + INTRO
If not runing
Thanks Lucarril, but I'm running SP3 and the version of Jscript there uis greater than the version you indicated - the system tells me not to restore it.
Registered the two dll's sucessfully, but all in all it has made no difference.
In my case not only Mc Affe fails, also executing ActiveX components with I.E. 8 (for exemple, was impossible to visit gmail i standar mode, only HTML mode), but all was Ok with Mozilla or Chrome.
Just chage security settings in I.E. and enable to execute mixed content. Perhaps, the problem is not in Mc Afee.
I'm running WinXP SP3 (16 bit)
I trust that is actually 32-bit? (Usually shown as XP SP3 (x86)).
I hope that IE was not an upgrade from a beta version?
Open Internet Explorer and go to Tools/Internet Options/Content and make sure Content Advisor is off.
Go to the Advanced tab and click Reset, Apply and OK.
Close and reopen the browser and go to Tools/Manage Add-ons and re-enable them (the previous operation will disable them)
See if the window is no longer blank.
If that doesn't help there is always free Technical Support online chat available via the link under 'Useful Links' at the top of this page.
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By the way in relation to your comment that you couldn't even uninstall. Isn't McAfee listed in your Control Panel/Add or Remove Programs? If so you remove it that way.
You could always download and run the MCPR removal tool (Useful Links above) and run it to remove all remnants and then start afresh.
Thanks for your response, but unfortunately the issue still remains.
You are correct in that it is 32bit, not 16 (my bad) - but other than that everything else was correct and as I stated previously.
I ran through your processes but still the white screen remains.
With regards to the add/remove programs option, I tried this, as my original post indicates - the white screen is still presented as the uninstall option appears to be managed from within the product, rather than an external installer package.
Also, the MCPR.exe tool doesn't work as an initial uninstall tool (as I mentioned previously too) - it is used post-uninstall to remove the remaining files that uninstalling misses.
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Well your best bet is most likely Technical Support as they can link with your machine and troubleshoot.
Thanks for your efforts - went through to telephone support (£1.00/min - max 15 minus before they call back).
So far instructions have been:
- re-register jscript.dll
- re-register wintrust.dll
- run http://us.mcafee.com/root/mcpr2.exe
If you get an error saying that the clean-up process is already running, there are 2 things to do:
- go to task manager (processes tab) and kill the mccleanup.exe process if it is running
- go to Start--> Run--> tasks - if there ius a clean-up task in the scheduled tasks list, right click and delete task
Go back to the web-site and run MCPR2.exe, unless you downl;oaded it first time, of course.
It's been running now for about 30 mins - and doesn't appear to be doing anything, using only 0.70 CPU time - does anyone know how long it should take to run?
There was no need to pay for support. Online Chat is free.
MCPR can take a while to run depending on how many remnants it finds to remove but shouldn't take 30 minutes.
You should have a white window open on your screen indicating progress and it will usually say a reboot is necessary in order to finish the process.
If it is also blank then something is wrong with Windows itself.
I suspect that something else is at play here. Have you any other brand of protection software onboard or have you had any?
Any indications that you could have an infection?
As a precaution run the FREE version of THIS software after updating it. Let it remove anything it finds and reboot immediately if asked to.
By the way, if you are in the habit of using Registry Cleaners/Optimizers, stop now and if possible reverse whatever they did as this is typical of the outcome of one of their scans.