This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. Have you tried running a search in the registry for traces of McAfee? The following figure illustrates the internal bindings between the virtual miniport and the intermediate driver protocol. And yes, I’ve tried it in Safe Mode too. Log in or Sign up.

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This site in other languages x. NDIS provides services to simplify development and maintenance of miniport drivers and protocol drivers. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.

Tech Support Guy is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. Click here to join today! O4 – Global Startup: The intermediate driver miniport interface is called a virtual miniport. NDIS intermediate drivers include a protocol driver interface at their upper edge and a miniport driver interface at their lower edge.

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After running the tool and rebooting, the entries were thankfully gone. Are the drivers only showing in the Device Manager? The relationships between miniport drivers, protocol drivers, and NDIS are illustrated in the following figure.


You may also leave feedback directly on GitHub. So, yes, I have tried Driver Sweeper. The following figure illustrates the internal bindings between the virtual miniport and the intermediate driver protocol. SimonE1Sep 21, The lower edge of the virtual miniport and the upper edge of the intermediate driver protocol do not require external bindings.

I have used the McAfee clean-up tool numerous times. Any idea on how I can get this?

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I have the same question 8. I am losing the will to live. It only detected around 6 drivers. PhantomSep 21, It is virtual in that it does not control a physical device directly.

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I could not uninstall them as when I tried to do so I’d get the same message saying and I’m paraphrasing here that the uninstall was not successful because the driver file was either either missing or corrupt or because it was possibly needed to boot the computer. McAfee seem to have installed their own sort of network drivers, which cannot be uninstalled.


Here is the logfile from HijackThis: Could you give me some info on how to do that? I have uninstalled McAfee completely and ran all the clean up tools available however I can’t find a way to get rid of the drivers.

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Anyway – just wanted to share my experience with this issue and, more importantly, the solution that I found that worked for me. Instead, it relies on an underlying miniport driver to communicate with the physical device. There are two types of NDIS intermediatr drivers: Going into that it doesn’t show the McAfee drivers, just the one legitimate Intel driver.

Instead, the intermediate driver binds its virtual miniport and its protocol internally. Join our site interrmediate to ask your question. No, create an account now.