Welcome to the McAfee Communities.Until one of the Moderators-Tech which patrols the Forum comes along, If I may take a stab at your issues. Just a few questions to ask please. What is your OS,and Suite of protection? Are you current and up to date with all of your Windows Updates, to include Internet Explorer. Even if you do not utilize it, McAfee depends on it to render pages,and function properly.
In addition, are all of your Add-ons,Extensions, Plug-ins current as well? Especially "Adobe Flash Player", for you use it to play your games most likely. The most current version to date should be, 18.104.22.168. Does your McAfee Security Center display that "Your computer is secure ( no action required)?
Next, if you are indeed current and up to date with all of the above mentioned, to include McAfee "Engine Versions/ Dats. Have you attempted to go to Navigate/ Quarantined and Trusted Items/ and open to see if the said such detection is indeed displayed?
If this is the case, then (Delete) the said detection and take note as to what it is. Restart, and allow Windows/Programs time to fully load. I would then Run the latest McAfee Getsusp Tool (Which can be found under Ex_Brit,s Signature). Please follow the directions, and remember to open "Preferences" and type in your Email Address before scanning.
Here is the link to Getsusp, and other Superb Anti-Malware Tools: https://community.mcafee.com/docs/DOC-2168
Check and see if the detection is the same as what you may have had in Quarantine. The detections if any, will be sent to the McAfee Global Threat Intelligence Base. And you should be sent an email verifying the sample has been submitted, and is being analyzed.
Sometimes it is best to "Right Click" on Getsusp, and run as Administrator.
Until one with more knowledge picks up this thread, I hope this somewhat helps.
I might add aslo, in certain scenarios running Malwarebytes (Free) in SafeMode/w Networking, detects more efficiently. I am not suggesting that this is a case, but just wanted to "Throw that out there"
I am in Windows 7. I don't have the slightest idea what a suite of projection is. As far as I know, everything is current. I have a brand, new computer here. I bought it a month ago. I checked Quarantine and there was nothing in there.
What I am thinking of doing is disabling McAfee and then installing the program. Then I will enable McAfee, run a scan, and see what happens.
Good idea? Bad idea?
Look - I just want to get this program (Tiger Woods Golf) installed. McAfee is preventing me from doing that. Should I list the program as "Trusted" and then proceed with the installation?
Another option would be to uninstall McAfee and get another virus protection program that would hopefully not cause the same kind of problems McAfee appears to be causing at present . . .