When you upgraded McAfee Security Center did you use the MCPR removal tool? MCPR is found at the top of this page under Useful Links and it essentially cleans all the McAfee related files out of your system. It seems as though some corruption has occurred so a fresh install of McAfee needs to be done.
Go to Add/Remove programs and uninstall and reboot the computer. Run MCPR and reboot again. Login into you online McAfee account and download and install your software and you should be good to go.
Thanks, I following your instructions and I have reinstall McAfee Securty Center with MCPR.
Now I don't receive the alert box says "Files required by Windows...", but Windows Security Center Alert popup:
- Your computer might be at risk: Antiviurs software might not be installed, click this balloon to fix to problem;
- The firewall has been disabled
Can you help me?
Re the 1st question this thread shows the issue seems to be in xp sp3 only Mcafee is looking into it.
Re the reinstall that seems not to have worked
roughly what Tom posted reboot and run
reinstall from your account ensure no other antimalware program installed
I have just removed my McAfee program completely and reinstalled the ATI drivers, but:
"Windows File Protection" box popping up.the box says "Files required by Windows to run properly have been replaced by unrecognized versions. Windows must restore the original versions of these files. Insert your Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 CD-ROM now."
Yes the issue is here
I posted the incorrect link another poster has ati issues as well. If you can run a MER program run as I asked at the last couple of posts
Mer is found at mer.mcafee.com and needs to be accessed via Internet Explorer
Run it choosing the option consumer falcon and save to a file which I will get you to email to me.
Do not choose upload as it will get lost.
Any assistance helpful I sent my logs as well though my issue low key.
Ok, thanks this is the output for mer.mcafee.com: http://www.4shared.com/file/qjvhHk4D/CONROE94-775D2A_0.html
Files and Versions Windows File Protection declares bad and the version that is restored:
Here we go again...
Another uninstall / reinstall run around.
JuanMercado mate - this is EXACTLY the issue in this thread...
Don't waste your time uninstalling / reinstalling the buggy McAfee software - you need to disable the real time scanner, which does not work correctly with Windows XP SP3.
When oh when will someone (anyone) from the big M make a technical reply to this ongoing and growing problem???