Not running IE10 beta by chance? Got images disabled in IE can also cause issues.
I assume you have IE installed?
If add/remove fails run MCPR from here
Do you mean Internet Explorer? If so, then no, I am not running Internet Explorer 10 beta, but I do have Internet Explorer 8.0.6 installed, and images are enabled. I don't actually use Internet Explorer though (even though it is still installed), but I use Firefox.
Regarding the link you gave, I had seen it before but I did not read it properly 'till now... So by the looks of it, I cannot run MCPR straight away, but I have to deactivate my mcafee account. Is this correct? And so will MCPR remove the security center without needing to uninstall it through the control panel?
Thankyou for your help
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Yes if you deactivate your account you can run MCPR straight. Not doing the add/remove path first and say running MCPR will mess up your account till it syncs in a couple of days. Deactivating the better way.
Okay, so I have logged in for what seems to be the first time. Following the guide for deactivating a machine on the link you gave, there should be a "My Protection Products" section. There is a "My Products" section, but under it it only lists one expired subscription, on one license. I cannot find any option to deactivate my subscription or license. So how do I end my subsciption/license? Or is it just okay then to run MCPR because the subscription is expired? The version of McAfee that was installed was only a trial, and I do not really plan on using any other McAfee products anyway, so I am not too bothered about my McAfee account.
Thankyou for the help
Yes run MCPR and enjoy your new product after a reboot.