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Bo:stack If we get this message from MCafee our server services are corrupted. We have to start the service manually. Is there any tool for this problem or to find bo:stack? is this related any virus? provide solution we are facing so much problems for this.

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Dear sir

there is no tool to start mcafee services.
you have to start manually. please do the following

start > run > services.msc(please type this)
services window will start. from there you have to right click on mcafee antivirus & then click on start.
you problem will solve.
enjoy!

regards
murali

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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1. Part of the Business Objects NT profile becoming corrupt.
Remove the following registry key:

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