Is this on a dell?
Several things to look at
1 With regards to you issue, if you are seeing this post before installing McAfee onto your computer, please be informed that we have found that a specific WLAN Atheros driver (WLAN_Atheros (Foxconn) driver version - 220.127.116.113) is common to the affected systems with BSOD. So, before you start downloading again please have a check on the below item,
- Right-click Computer.
- Click Manage.
- In the left panel, click Device Manager.
- Expand Network Adapters.
- Right-click the Atheros network adaptor.
- Click Properties.
- Click the Driver tab.
- The WLAN Atheros driver versions should be 18.104.22.168 or higher.
If you have a driver version earlier than than 22.214.171.124, you must update this driver before installing your McAfee security suite. Updating the driver version or disabling the wireless card allows the system to restart normally
2.Did you uninstall the other expired version via the method here?
Thanks for replying.
I am using a Dell PC, but I don't seem to have the Atheros network adaptor.
I didn't use the unistall method you have given a link to.
Is there any other drivers I should look at removing or updating?
I would uninstall via the link method I gave and try a reinstall.
After removing Mcafee reboot and run
Then reinstall your software.
Re drivers no the atheros 1s were an issue no other 1s