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Have installed and paid for McAfee Security Centre 1 year subscription but keep getting flash that Anti Spam needs updating. Email from your consumer support to unistall the expired software and manually update the McAfee Internet Secuity Suite. My previous email address was joanckeith@tiscali.co.uk which is where the expired flash is coming from I think just changed to joanckeith@talktalk.com in November

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Did you registered your software at the Mcafee site.
If not then register it .

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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SOURCE: have installed and paid for

your best option to solf your window is just to activate your windows.

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If you are not able to completely remove McAfee from your system by following the above steps, you can consider using McAfee Consumer Product Removal (MCPR) tool to uninstall the application successfully. To know more about MCPR, you can refer to "Download and run the McAfee Consumer Product Removal (MCPR) tool" section on the following link:
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