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Elvenwarrior2001

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Hey guys! Okay. Here's my problem:

I go online (using AOL) and I try to download the McAfee Virus Scan. (I do this on all my comps) The problem is, in the middle of the download I get the following:

"Internet Explorer Script Error

An error has occurred in the script on this page.

Line: 298
Char: 3
Error: Object required 'gobjReg'
Code: 0
URL: mcp//C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\MCACFA4.TMP\VSOINS.UI::default.htm

Do you want to continue running scripts on this page?"

Of course, if I click "yes" or "no" it make no difference. The message dissappears, and the download halts. What should I do? Thanx.

Elven
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hi
did you try to use IE to down load it. after you sign on aol min it down and click on IE and try to do the down load off it. some sites will only let you down load using IE.
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Reading the Support Forums at McAfee, it seems as though lot of people are recently having this problem. McAfee's instructions to fix it are here.

However, there fix looks like a lot of work! <_< Sounds to me like spyware or a trojan is causing the problem. Maybe we should take a look at your HiJack This log. :D
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I have some sort of anti-spyware software on my comp. I could run that and detroy any spyware I find. Do you think that would solve the problem?

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Try running Adaware, and Spybot S&D. These are both great spyware programs, but neither one catches everything, so it's good to run them both.

Also, these Spyware programs won't catch Viruses or Trojans. Trend Micro has free online scanner that works well.

Finally, HiJack This is useful for anything that sometimes slips between the cracks of the programs listed above. <_<

NOTE: Beware of all spyware programs besides Adaware and Spybot. Many will actually install spyware on your computer!
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I followed the instructions on the McAfee site you linked me to and it worked. Thanks a mil. I also ran some of the spyware stuff too, although mu VScan does scan for some spyware. Thanks again. <_<

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