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Re: An error has occurred in the script on this page

Posted on 2010-11-30
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I am updating McAfee keeping receiving the message "An error has occurred in the script on this page" when I try to run an update on the McAfee software
 I am running Windows Vista Ultimate.

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Daljit
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by:harryhelp
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I'd suggest uninstalling the McAfee software, and then reinstalling it from their website.

I would also suggest, once your subscription runs out, that you look for a suitable alternative, such as Kaspersky or ESET, as McAfee is one of the most inadequate anti-virus programs around!

Good luck !
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by:joinaunion
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What version of mcafee?
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I contacted McAfee and this is a Known problem that is being investigated.

Dal
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I contacted McAfee and this is a Known problem that is being investigated.

Dal
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Contacted MCafee and this is a known Problem that is being investigated.

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