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Unable to Uninstall McAfee Enterprise and Agent Antivirus


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Go Start>Run, type in:
cmd
Click OK.

At Command Prompt, type in:
sc stop McAfeeFramework
Hit Enter.
Wait for the service to be stopped.
Type in:
sc delete McAfeeFramework
Hit Enter.

Repeat both commands, this time replacing McAfeeFramework with McAfeeEngineService

Restart computer, and you should be good to go.
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Just an inquiry. How about ShStatEXE and scriptproxy at Startup file? Are they also contributing to the appearance of McAfee logo? Thanks again!
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Good find :)
You can disable the first one through msconfig.
The second one is IE plugin. It may be listed in Add\Remove. If it isn't, get Internet Explorer Plugins tool: http://www.innovativ.../ie_plugins.htm
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Many thanks, guys! As of now, mcafee logo doesn't appear anymore even I didn't implement the last procedure. Again, thanks a lot!
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Hello furyoko

if it is listed in the Msconfig... , there should be a path for where the registry entry is ( follow that path ) , you are able to remove that , that will remove the entry in the msconfig section ( if you really want to that is... )

Be sure to backup the registry before proceeding !!! ( the registry should not be taken lightly and be sure you remove the correct entry... ) the registry is a VERY important part for the function of your computer...

Just a tip/suggestion , if all is well may be worth leaving it alone :)

Best of luck
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Happy Computing

Anthony19

PS: If you are interested in removing the entry post back and let us know , and we can Guide you through the process/steps

Edited by Anthony19, 17 February 2009 - 03:30 AM.

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Good news, furyoko :)
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Same problem i had a few weeks ago.
Solution:
open CMM prompt
navigate to "c:\program files\mcaffe\common framework\"
type command: frminst /forceuninstall

If you also have Virus Scan installed, remove that one first

Cheers
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