After you install and then subsequently uninstall McAfee AntiVirus version 3.1.4, you may not be able to place Windows 2000 in Hibernate mode.
McAfee AntiVirus 3.1.4 with NetShield version 3.0.2 services is not compatible with Windows 2000. When you uninstall McAfee AntiVirus, the uninstall routine does not completely remove all of its dependent services and related files. These services are left running, which prevents Windows 2000 from hibernating.
To resolve this issue, manually stop and remove the McAfee services and related files:
- Right-click My Computer, and then click Manage.
- Double-click Services and Applications, and then click Services.
- Right-click one of the following services, and then click Stop. Repeat this to stop each of these services:
- Delete or rename the following files in the %SystemRoot%\System32\Drivers folder:
You may also want to contact McAfee to inquire about obtaining a version of the AntiVirus software that is compatible with Windows 2000.
While you are upgrading to Windows 2000 with McAfee version 3.1.4 and NetShield 3.0.2, you receive an "Application compatibility" warning message. Windows 2000 Setup prevents the migration of this program to Windows 2000.
You may also receive the following error message when you attempt to reinstall McAfee AntiVirus 3.1.4
System error - Cannot install service Service name
where Service name
is McShield, McScan, McUtil, McKml, McFilter, or McFsrec.
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