No need to fiddle with IE. It's caused by a jscript corruption in the system. Click the 'Blank' link in my signature below and try those solutions. The first one usually works instantly.
Yes you're still protected.
Moved to SecurityCenter for better attention.
Thank you for responding........please educate me on this....I tried to do number one on the list............. now what happens is when I click on the link to save it, it does not ask me where I want to save it , it is just in the download window. So how can I save it to desktop? anyway when I double click in the download window a black screen window comes up saying operations complete....Please restart the computer..........I did this and no fix.
Did I do this wrong?
what exactly does "Unzip" mean........do I need special software to do that?
I do not want to try number two if I did number one wrong .
I think what happens depends on your browser settings but it's a zip file so you have to extract it and then run it as instructed. After a restart the blank SecurityCenter should be a thing of the past. If not, try #2 and so on. If all fail then contact Technical Support, it's free by phone or online chat and linked under Useful Links at the top of this page. Tell them you tried all the steps in TS101233.
Steps 1 through 3 did not work.................step 4 which is uninstall then re-install says to know what version of McAfee you have.
The prompt to see what version I have .....as told in the TS to do that .....says to click on something in the Mcafee window on sec ctr............well sec ctr is blank....so how would I do that? I can't do that because it is blank.
Today I was on mcAfee live chat and that person took over my desktop and said IE was corrupted and not to uninstall and re install mcafee .............so what do I do?
I already uninstalled and re installed IE but the white screen is still there for Sec Ctr
What do I do if IE corrupted is causing the blank whitescreen?
Any help from this info greatly appreciated
Is this Vista SP2? Right-click Computer and select Properties. That will tell you.
Regarding IE the default for Vista is IE8. Try installing IE9 from Microsoft's website if you don't have it already.
If you do have it open IE9 and go to Help > About and tell me exactly what it says there.
Try doing a system file check which fixes corruption in the operating system.
By the way, uninstall/reinstall you don't need to know the version number. Just select the item in Control Panel > Programs > Uninstall a Program and uninstall.
Then run the MCPR cleanup tool listed under Useful Links at the top of the page.
Reinstall from your online account, not from any CD you may have.
Thank You for your time and help,
I will try these when I have time this weekend and then report..........I have to get off the computer now.........I have Vista home premium SP2
OK, don't forget to check what version of IE you have too.