In this case you will have to download extra software.
You already posted for help in this thread: https://community.mcafee.com/thread/68301?start=0&tstart=0 and were advised to use
To remove adware such as Aztec you should follow this guide: http://malwarefixes.com/remove-settings-manager-aztec-media/
Sometimes it is necessary to use other tools to get rid of unwanted programmes. In this case AdwCleaner.
I also recommend you scan your machine with MalwareBytes Free - see the link in the last link in my signature below. To keep it frree do NOT accept the trial offer.
Once Aztec is gone you probably wont get the Pup.y warning.
Aww thx, ok I'll try the link!
But is this Website and the File "Adwcleaner" safe? Does it have even more Viruses?
Kind Regards mrsphiladelphia
P.s I just wanna check before downloading
Quite safe. There is also a link to AdwCleaner in the last link in my signature below.
Ok soo I finally tried the link: http://malwarefixes.com/remove-settings-manager-aztec-media/
And I cust came to the first step. I still can delete ''Aztec Media''! My laptop still says:
"You do not have sufficient privileges to uninstall Settings Manager. And if they turn to the system administrator"
And I just dont know what to do now or how to get the privileges!
Cuz without them I cant move on one step.. And delete this annoying trojan!
P.s: someone please help me how to get these privilieges
You have to be logged into your computer as a user with Administrative authority to uninstall anything. If your user account is a Standard or Limited one then you wont have that authority.
What is your operating system and service pack if applicable?
That's the problem. So I am logged in my Admin account and then it still says the same sh*t it says everywhere on my other accounts.
And I really don't know what to do !
Umm I got Windows 7 !
It would appear that you can't do anything that is necessary to clean your machine. Here's the last chance: look in the last link in my signature below for Malwarebytes Free and see how it can be downloaded, installed, updated and a scan run , all in Safe Mode, see the Chamelon link if it proves too difficult.
The alternative is to call McAfee's Virus Removal Service and that costs big money. Or you could format your hard drive and reinstall the system from scratch.