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Multimedia Card Reader Resource is not enough

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Thought I would share this with everyone.

I started getting the Multimedia Card Reader Resource is not enough error on start up on Thursday April 22nd. Along with
+ a hidden task bar - could drag it back up to view it.
+ Inability to copy and paste anything
+ loss of Internet access
+ computer restarting for no reason
+ blue screens of death a few time after the auto restarts as well

See http://www.geekstogo...gh-t274977.html for someone who had similar issues.

These were all things that lead me to believe I had an infection or malware of some sort.

Turns out the issue was actually caused by Macfee pushing out a bad update file on the 21st. See http://us.mcafee.com...p...?&cid=77180 for more information and how to correct.

Anyone having issues that started on or after April 21, 2010 on a Windows XP computer using Macfee might want to look into this as the possible reason for it.

ps Macfee will also extend your subscription for free for 2 years to compensate you for what you have gone through the last few days.

Edited by massmail, 24 April 2010 - 09:03 PM.

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