Is anybody else suffering with a persistent McAfee splash screen that tells you that the latest updates have been installed?
I cannot get rid of the splash screen which obscures a sizeable part of my desktop. I have ticked the "Do not show this alert again" box and even if I click OK the scree persists!
I am running Windows Vista 64bit.
I have found the settings tab and unticked everything. This has stopped the system telling me that it has updated however the changes I make to the settings are not persistent across reboots. Unless I go to settings and untick everything each time I boot then I get a splash creen that will not go away every time I put a USB stick into my PC.
So part of the problem is solved but there is still a problem retaining settings across boot cycles.
Note there is another thread running about BTNet Protect Plus which, for me anyway, has just downloaded (15.12.11) a complete new update.
I'm afraid not. Whatever I do I get these irritating splash screens that do not respond and persist using up valuable desktop space. I am using fully up to date Windows Vista (64bit). My old laptop using Windows Vista (32bit) didn't suffer from this, neither does my new laptop running Windows 7 (64bit). This looks to me like an issue with Netprotect's interaction with Windows Vista (64bit). Any chance that someone can get this fixed please?