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Mcaffe Shows Yellow Exclamation mark in icon tray on start up


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geekstomove

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Hello everyone,

I am using Windows XP on my laptop. Mcaffe Viruscan Enterprise ver 8.5i is installed on it. However, recently my system shows an yellow exclamation mark in the icon tray on start up. It makes my computer so slow on start up. After waiting about 5 min it turns OK. In meantime my computer does some work at the background. The other icons later loaded in the system icon tray... Is there any way of getting rid of it? Does my comp have a malware or not? I need your help... This delay on Mcaffe really is annoying... Thanks..... :)
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Since this computer belongs to my company, I dont want to make significant changes such as uninstalling Mcafee..


Hello. I'm sure this is a frustrating problem, however we cannot continue to help you with it. From our Terms of Use that you agreed to when you joined:

We offer free computer help and tech support for home and personal use. We are not here to support others that work for profit, or to support/replace your company's IT department.


Thank you for your cooperation. :)
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