McAfee Virus Scan 2005 corrupt installation file

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epidemic

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I just got my McAfee Virus Scan 2005 ver. 6.0 CD today and there seems to be a corrupt file on the disc causing an Internet Explorer Script error as follows:

Line: 1093
Char: 1
Error: Object Expected
Code: 0
URL: mcp://E:\VSC\ENU\VSOINS.UI::default.htm

McAfee Security Application Installer has the following error: The installation cannot continue because some components are missing.

If any one has any suggestions on how to get rid of this problem please let me know. The script error appears after the End User License Agreement screen thus not allowing me to install the application. Thanks for taking your time to read this, and hopefully help me out.

- Michael
 

EAFiedler

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Hi epidemic

Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums!

It's rare, but sometimes a disk has a bad path or omission.
It might be a disk that slipped past the error check.

Looking on their website www.mcafee.com

I found this:
http://ts.mcafeehelp.com/?siteID=1&resolution=1024x768

Under Product Support, Hot Topics, click on the following error:
I receive "an error has occurred while installing" or the installation hangs at 77%

If none of their instructions help, at the bottom of the page is the option for:
I would like help from a live agent

Let us know what happens.
 
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Also try disabling script errors in Internet Explorer.

Internet Explorer - Tools - Internet Options - Advanced
Tick Disable Script debugging (may be 2 entries) and untick "Display a notification ..."
 
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