I've given you your own thread as this is a new subject.
By 2010 I assume it's AT version 1.5. Uninstall instructions are here: http://service.mcafee.com/FAQDocument.aspx?lc=1033&id=TS101371
If by any chance it is AT version 2.0, which I doubt, then see here: http://service.mcafee.com/FAQDocument.aspx?lc=1033&id=TS101466
I have to ask why you would want to install a 3 year-old piece of software though? That's a recipe for disaster Is this Windows 7 and service pack 1?
Telephone support numbers for AT: http://www.intel.com/support/services/anti-theft-svc/sb/CS-032771.htm
Yeah no...I'm not going to do that. If the purpose of this forum is just to hand out phone numbers that can be found elsewhere then it's pretty much useless. I'm not going to have some random Indian spend hours and hours poking around on my laptop and messing with some third party uninstaller that may or may not mess up my computer and make it worse than it already is.
What I would like McAfee/Intel to do is to have their lazy *** programmers and testers make software that actually works properly and when it does not FIX IT and release an update. Releasing software in this state of function just ain't right.
Message was edited by: sorb on 5/24/13 2:27:34 AM CDT
Message was edited by: sorb on 5/24/13 2:29:24 AM CDT
If software worked perfectly for everyone all the time there would be no need for support or these forums, which by the way are meant to be peer-to-peer support, which is what you are getting, as is the case with most of the competition.
Others have had striking success with Technical Support, that's what they're there for after all, to help you and it's free after all.
It's your choice. Calling people names will just get you cut off from this avenue of help if you continue on that tack. Sorry, not my rules.
I've had support fix things on my machine directly and they did it extremely quickly and efficiently and all they did was that, they didn't look at anything else - I watched them in action on my desktop.
Besides sometimes they need logs and often they can only obtain them that way.
I'm sorry we can't help here, but this is a relatively new product since McAfee took it over from Intel and no Moderators have a machine capable of using it so all we can do is point people to possible solutions or to support.
I've asked for help with this anyway.
Sorry that you are experiencing problems uninstalling AT product. From your posts, I understand that you haven't Setup AT and couldn't uninstall on your laptop from 2010.
Since AT product can lock at BIOS level, software uninstallation process perform several stringent checks to ensure proper disenrollment. In your case, it is quite possible one such check resulted in a failure and therefore AT software refuse to uninstall.
To help resolve your issue, please provide us with the following details:
1. Version of the product
2. Zip of logs located under: C:\ProgramData\McAfee\MCLOGS
3. From windows run “Regedit”. Goto HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\McAfeeAntiTheftand right-click, then select “Export”. Save it on disk.
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Message was edited by: bragadish on 5/24/13 7:59:31 AM CDT
on 24/05/13 9:05:43 EDT AM