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amgrsrvc.exe not working?

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after removing spyware and stuff from my computer,this popup window pops up when I start up. :tazz:

its titled: amgrsrvc.exe
and the body of it says: The instruction at "0x0040f9of" reference memory at "0x00670000." The memory could not be read "read."

then it says somthing like click ok to ignore this or cancel to debug.
if i click ok, it continues onto the normal sign on popup screen. ;)
if i click cancel to debug, it pops up another popup box that
is titled:

Just-In-Time Debugging

and it says: 'Unhandled Win32 Exceptions' has occurred in amgrsrvc.exe. however, no debuggers are registered that can debug this exception. Unable to JIT debug.

:thumbsup: how can I remove this? thank you in advance.
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Tim Wellman

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that is McAfee's alert manager... to disable it

Click Start/Administrative Tools/Services
Scroll down, right click on McAfee Alert Manager, and select Properties
Select Disable as the Startup type and click OK

This doesn't affect the regular workings of McAfee antivirus...

now, as to why you get the message after removing spyware... you may have had McAfee compromised by spyware, so it might be a good idea to completely reinstall it
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