Sorry to take so long to answer but this sounds a bit like an infection. So I moved it to that section.
Try downloading Stinger linked in the last clickable link in my signature below.
Also, in "Safe Mode with Networking" preferably (to avoid the software being altered by any infection) try downloading, updating and running a full scan with Malwarebytes Free, also linked there. (Don't opt for the trial otherwise you wont get the free version).
MBAM is unique in that it will do all that in that mode, assuming your machine allows an Internet connection in that mode of course. If not do it in regular mode but "Save as" the .exe to your desktop renaming it in the process to mask it from malware.
The last thought is that this could also result from the use of registry cleaners and optimizers, so if that;s the case, see if there is a restore button.
I tried all these tools in normal and sage mode, but they found nothing at all.
So I think that macAfee was corrupted for some reason, that the firewall was up sidedown and messing up the DNS.
The mouse move, it was a very short distance, so I think I simply dreamt...
Anyway I watch this machine...
Who knows why that happened however registry cleaners oftn can be the cause.
In those cases it is best to completely uninstall via Control Panel, then run the MCPR cleanup tool (see Useful Links at the top of this page)
Reboot and reinstall from your online account.
>Who knows why that happened however registry cleaners oftn can be the cause.
I did nothing ... I do not have any registry cleaner.
>In those cases it is best to completely uninstall via Control Panel, then run the MCPR cleanup tool (see Useful Links at the top of this page)
>Reboot and reinstall from your online account.
This is what I did, I suspect a bug in McAfee software...
I keep searching.
Then open a case with Technical Support, escalate it if necessary. Linked under Useful Links at the top of this page. It's free of charge.