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I get a error when booting my computer
Invalid VxD dynamic link call from
VSHIELD(01+00002904 to device "MCSCAN 32" Service 17
Your windows configuration is Invalid.
Run windows setup program again to
correct this problem.

How do I do this and not losing any of my programing.
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Boot using the F8 key step by step mode, and say no when asked whether to load any of the mcafee antivirus components.
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