Since an automatic download of Windows Live Essentials 2011, my Vista Enterprise won't work, except in safe mode, and I can't uninstall Windows Live - any ideas - Richard?

At the same time, there was also an automatic update to my McAfee software, but I uninstalled it without benefit.

Unfortunately, my restore point installation has been disabled by inadvertence the at some point in the past, so I can't go back, at least easily.

You can find support for the installation/uninstall/upgrade / upgrade to Windows Live Essentials 2011 in this forum: http://windowslivehelp.com/forums.aspx?forumid=a372972e-8e7a-4d85-adc3-a1b43e8c02ec

Note: You have invited to upgrade to Windows Live Essentials 2011 QFE2 by one of your Windows Live installed applications (for example, Windows Live Mail), not Windows Update.

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