Cannot use the network after using McAfee antivirus with removal tool

Original title: Mc McAfee antivirus more removal tool damage my network cards after that I use it, what do I do? McAfee tech say that they are not responsible.

MC McAfee antivirus more removal tool damage my network cards after that I use it, what do I do? McAfee tech say that they are not responsible. After removing the software and restarted, computer cannot connect to the net (device manager shows problems with NIC miniport McAfee mc?).

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You can't connect to the network after McAfee antivirus using more the removal tool to remove McAfee software.

The network drivers is maybe damaged.

1. What is brand and model computer?

2. What is error right messagee you receive in Device Manager?

To confirm that the problem is with the driver, do us reinstall the driver:

a. click Start, click Run and type devmgmt.msc and press enter

b. now right click on the network card and uninstall it and restart the computer.

You can also get the latest version of the driver from the manufacturer.

I hope this helps. If the problem persists, let know us and we would be happy to help you.

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