Resolving McAfee Common Framework error ffffff?? @ ?
- KB44915 ERROR: McAfee Common Framework returned error ffffffdf @3 (OLE32.DLL not registered with Nero AG)
- 5432392 McAfee Common Framework returned error fffff95b @ 2. (FrameworkManifest.xml corrupt)
- KB45059 ERROR: McAfee Common Framework returned error fffff9be @ 3 (ScriptSubSys.dll not registered)
- KB45060 ERROR: McAfee Common Framework returned error fffff9be @ 3 (UpdateSubSys.dll not registered)
- KB47724 ERROR: McAfee Common Framework returned error fffff9be @ 3 (InternetManager.dll not registered)
- KB45172 ERROR: "McAfee Common Framework returned error fffff9be @ 3" (issue: UserSpace.dll)
- KB45575 ERROR: McAfee Common Framework returned error fffff95b @
If you have gotten any of these errors when you tried to update McAfee 8.0 then here is the solution. Personally, I have gotten this one: 5432392 McAfee Common Framework returned error fffff95b @ 2. (FrameworkManifest.xml corrupt)
To fix this what you need to do is technically restart the McAfee Framework Service. To do this;
1. Click Start, Run, and type services.msc.
2. Select the McAfee Framework Service. (You may have to scroll up or down to find this)
3. Click on McAfee Framework Service so it's bolded, then right-click and choose Properties.
4. After you have chosen Properties, a box should appear. In this box there is this "Option" in the middle of the box that says "Startup Type." "Manual, automatic, or disabled."
5. Click the down-pointing arrow and choose "Manual"
6 A new option should appear if not already there, that say's "Start, Stop, Pause, Resume"
7. Click Start and wait a few seconds.
8. Now that's out of the way, UPDATE YOUR MCAFEE!!!!! I don't know how many times I've said this, but people just don't listen. Now you're all set to go.
----How Come McAfee didn't work in the first place?----
Explanation: Malware, virus, or spyware. That's it. Some smart dude found a way to turn off your everyday Virus scanners/spyware scanners. Here is what I read once on the internet:
"Parasite assaults have started coming in the waves. At present, many kinds of exploitative malware have learned to disable most standard cleaning tools, hide themselves more effectively, and generally becoming more stubborn and resistant. As with biological infections, it is likely that sometimes the germs will have the advantage and sometimes the antibiotics."
Very very annoying don't you think?