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So you have not got Siteadvisor installed? If you have what version.
Another thing to try is to disable netguard a firewall feature and see if teh issue happens.
You have the mcsvhost fix I see from the build numbers your posted for the XP error popups just mcsvhost is controlled by many of Mcafee's programs so there maybe another cause.
SiteAdvisor is not installed!
Netguard? Are you talking about the Mc Afee build in "PC und Home Network Tools"?
If so please let me know how to disable it.
Open security centre
open web and email protection
open netguard and disable it.
Ok that helped!
A big thanks so far.
Now my Computer with MacAfee works with out a problem due to a workaround?!
Where do we go from here?
Ring up support and report the issue . They do not chase issues if they do not get the calls. They will try to get you to reinstall I feel worth a go as I never see this on win 7 64 bit.and stops them asking.
What are you actually doing when this happens?
I'll do a reinstall to night and give them a call tomorrow.
It happens no mater what I do randomly with 1 to 10 minutes between each other. What i do on the Computer has so far not affected this happening, it even happens straight after booting with no software running.
The way i found out its happening was by watching videos/music from the web but also from the hdd because then i was able to see/hear the scrambled image/sound. After that i went through all sorts of scenarios too proof the above statement.
Ok that is an issue already reported more the meerrier and they might speed a fix up. Posters say utube and yahoo video stutters.
If you are reinstalling do it as per this
reboot and run
Then reinstall Mcafee from your account
I reinstalled it again and now it seems fine.
Please note that I have checked rather it is only in combination with the flash player and it is NOT. Just if you are watching a movie or listening to music with the flash player the scramble is very easy to see/hear -> detect. I watched the CPU usage of mcsvhost.exe with ProcessExplorer and I was not able to get any hint on the scramble to being in relation with any other app/task/service on the system. I watched it for over a month in many different combinations.