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Head over to the sysinternals site and load filemon and/or process mon. Very helpful in determining what McAfee is doing while its taking 100% CPU. Once you determine what files it is accessing/opening/scanning then you can see if there is an application associated with them. For me my issues have been around application where I had to tweak the on-access scan to either exclude or only scan on write or read/write. My organizations home grown apps always create a challenge.