Also have the same problem. I Have Dell, Xp and uses Chrome.
Have now turned Net Guard off as you recomended. If the problem is not solved anyway I let you know.
Is there any risks involved by turning Net Guard off?
/Henrik (from Sweden)
Well i prefer not disabling it but Mcafee only added this last version so without it you should be safe. The techs when asked by posters here suggested it to be turned off so do it and I will keep every1 updated when I hear anything
I'm having the same problem and I think it started with my installing FF8. I've already talked with Support and they deleted a few McAfee files he called "Hacker files", they said they were old versions and cleaned my temp folder. The problem still occures. I have been told by Support that FF8 is not supported by McAfee at this time. So I deleted it. The problem got better but did not go away.
I am reluctant to have support fish around with my system again until I learn that others have actually had a fix.
To say again what is wrong is that this error occurs when I'm using IE8 on XP-SP3 at various intervals during a internet session.
Message was edited by: kfn57 on 12/13/11 10:53:07 PM CSTMessage was edited by: kfn57 on 12/13/11 10:57:11 PM CST
Mate disable netguard and I feel all will stabilise. Mcafee knows about the issue but needs to repro the issue. So far only the posters here see it and why you all are so unlucky is any1's guess.
Netguard in the firewall settings.
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