Re: New Computer- problems with NVDA response
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Well now this explains plenty, sigh. This is one of the more notorious AV products and unfortunately not in a good way. The only real way to uninstall this is to delete the registry key associated with McAfee. Things may have changed in recent years. I've successfully done it, but I don['t recommend that anyone mess around in the registry unless they are totally sure of what they are doing.
On 3/9/2020 5:38 PM, Kevin Cussick via Groups.Io wrote:
Hi, I use to go out to fix computers for RNIB, my heart sinks when I hear about this Av Product. if You can get a a refund and get rid it used to be hard to remove as well. good luck.