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1. What version CMA are you installing? Currents ones are not suppsoed to have this issue. believe 3.6 sp2 or later should do the trick.
2. Reboot to free up the DLLs
3. Try a Forceinstall from the console or locally
4. Perform an install from the console to a new location ...\Common Framework 1\...
A reboot usually clears this for me and allows me to delete the folder, you may want to remove the mcafee and network associates keys from HKEY local machine (assuming you have removed VSE first aswell) and also any run keys from the microsoft windows bit of HKEY local machine too.