If you Go ahead and browse around in the event viewer you don’t have to panic when you see lots of warnings or errors; as , even a functioning computer will have those. Moreover, this particular error that is displayed in the event viewer is related to your realtek network driver .
Dinz - me thinks you may have done a cut-and-paste from this paragraph...
"Go ahead and browse around in the event viewer. Don't panic when you see lots of warnings or errors; as I said, even a functioning computer will have those. In fact, if you look while your system is functioning normally you'll get a sense of what "normal" looks like in your event log."
from this website....
I disagree - errors in the event log are that - ERRORS - see, I capitalised it to help you out.
Cat-and-paste and the good old uninstall / reinstall - at least the big M is consistant!!!!!
I have to say I agree with you blarty-fargo.I know that You have pretty good Knowledge about Computers and Mcafee,Dinz.But come on.The errors are there for a reason,I would think.Plus these are warnings.Further more I have not noticed this in the past.Unless it was over looked.I would hope that there is not a more serious problem.As I have been bombarded by numorous MCafee errors.If I have about 5 known problems on a new Mcafee 2011 install.Who knows what problems lurk in the back ground.