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McAfee seem to have installed their own sort of network drivers, which cannot be uninstalled. It says I must install the following. The relationships between miniport drivers, protocol drivers, intermediate drivers, and NDIS are illustrated in the following figure.
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Find your McAfee drivers. The relationships between miniport drivers, protocol drivers, and NDIS are illustrated in the following figure.
There are two types of NDIS intermediate drivers: I have used the McAfee clean-up tool numerous times. Therefore, intermediate drivers can load above miniport drivers or other intermediate drivers.
Solved: Dells won’t recognise network connections due to McAfee
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Two of the drivers are named: Please click here to download and install HijackThis. The following topics describe these driver types: The upper edge of the virtual miniport binds with the next-higher driver, which can be a protocol driver or another intermediate driver. Neither of them can recognise any network connections wired mdis wireless.
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Suffice to say it has done no good. Have you tried running a search in the registry for traces of McAfee?
How satisfied are you with this reply? Do not fix anything. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Going into that it doesn’t show the McAfee drivers, just the one legitimate Intel driver. Because intermediate drivers are optional, you must understand the relationships between miniport drivers, protocol drivers, and NDIS before addressing intermediate drivers.