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Message 1 of 4

Scan Result 2147467259

I got the same problem, this problem exist after i have installed tune up utility 2009. Can't it resolved if i uninstall tune up utility or reinstall Mc Afee is the only way.
OS: Vista x64
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RE: Scan Result 2147467259

You had posted in a 2-year old thread for an expired product so moved to your own thread.

Check your system clock for accuracy both time and timezone.

Check that Windows is totally up to date, both critical and non-critical updates using Microsoft Updates and that IE is the latest version for your system.

Please see this solved thread for what to do: http://community.mcafee.com/showthread.php?t=230051&highlight=2147467259
Former Member
Message 3 of 4

major Problem

I have exactly the same problem but whatever is after happening my wi- fi is now deactivated and wont let me enable it. I use windows xp and if anyone out there can help i'd really appreciate it!!! I use a dell vostro 1500 and i am confused as to what is wrong and how to fix the problem
Message 4 of 4

RE: major Problem

If you follow the above post you should be OK, in particular that solved post link I gave.
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