﻿I once used Windows 98 1st edition and McAfee VirusScan. Then one day I
couldn’t boot up Windows. I put my computer in the shop [MicroGear] to
have it repaired. They had to wipe the hard drive. They installed Windows
98 2nd edition. When I was reinstalling my programs I found that I couldn’t
install my McAfee VirusScan. A window opened up saying something like
“This program may cause Windows to malfunction or crash.” The man at
MicroGear said that I do not need an anti-virus program because Windows
98 2nd edition can’t get viruses. I can’t find any information about this.
Does anyone know anything about this?
If you bought Windows 98 SE with Plus, it comes with a free version of Macafee. On the other hand, it sounds like you may have a problem here if the shop you took it to just loaded SE on without selling
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