Remove your McAfee Software through your Control Panel/Programs and Features/Restart. Then run the MCPR Cleanup Tool to remove all remnants/Restart and go to your account and re-install your McAfee software.
Dependent upon which Suite you have, it may be listed as a 'Feature', however you elect to install or not.
Also Technical Support is available 24/7 and it is (Free) Phone/Online Chat most quickest.
Hope this helped,
True Key may have been installed as part of an Adobe installation. Regardless, uninstalling it should be easy enough; find it listed alphabetically in Programs and Features as "Intel Security True Key" (rather than under McAfee), and then reboot.
I do NOT recommend running MCPR, since that will also remove your McAfee security suite as well.
As a thought, it's possible you're seeing the (empty) placeholder in the McAfee security suite (below). In this situation, True Key is NOT installed. If you click on this empty placeholder, a page opens that encourages you to download True Key (which you can ignore and close the page, of course).
Thanks Doug... I was wondering that myself, however neglected to mention it. However as you stated, the Truekey may be 'Available' to elect or not, to install.
On the button - Thank you, much appreciated, IM