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#1 ackvil

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Posted 30 May 2007 - 12:45 PM

Previously I used Trend Micro's Internet Security 2007. I uninstalled it and replaced it with McAfee. Now whenever I attempt to download a file or program I get the following Alert: "Anti-virus program not found. C:\ Program Files\Trend Micro\Internet Security 2007\pccmain.exe." This only happens when I use Firefox - not with IE7. I have done a search using search, Windows Explorer, and Hijack this and can't find any instances of "Trend Micro" or "pccmain.exe" being on my computer. I am using Windows XP. Any suggestions on how I can get of this annoyance. :rant2: Thanks.

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#2 paws

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Posted 01 June 2007 - 02:01 PM

Hi, Sorry to hear of the problem you are experiencing with Firefox. As you are not experiencing the problem with IE7 it looks like firefox is calling for the old programme due to a hicup in its configuration, If you can get firefox to update and get the new page from direct access and not from memory then you will be almost there. I don't not use firefox myself so unfortunately cannot help you there with precise instructions but if you have a check around you may be able to find it. An uninstal then a clean up and a reboot and then a fresh install of firefox will probably do the trick if you can't find the configuration page Regards paws
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