Virus protection off Tags: Security Virus Computers Windows XP Last response: July 23, 2010 2:43 AM in Windows XP Share Anonymous a b 8 Security June 29, 2010 9:07:02 AM Hello, Could you help me on how to turn on the virus protection in macaffee? It went off on its own and my computer is now vulnerable to attack. More about : virus protection ricky_critic July 23, 2010 2:43:35 AM Make sure that the McAfee VirusScan software has been properly installed on your computer and that no other antivirus programs are running. Right-click on the shield icon in the system tray at the bottom of the screen and select "VirusScan Console." Double-click on the "On-Access Scanner" entry in the list of antivirus tasks. Click on the "General Settings" tab on the left side of the pop-up window. Go to the "General" tab at the top of the settings window. Check the box next to "Enable on-access scanning at system startup." Click "OK" to save the settings. Restart your computer to have the OAS feature start running. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Virus Protection Turned Off Forum Virus protection turned off Forum Windows security alert says virus protection OFF Forum Virus protection turned off Forum Virus Protection Off? Forum Virus Protection Is Off Forum Virus protection goes off automatically and I have to turn it on upon each boot Forum Windows says Virus protection is off when it is on Forum Virus Protection switched off Forum Symantec virus protection window turned off pop up window .. Forum Virus Protection OFF Forum SolvedThe best free Virus protection for windows 8.1? Forum SolvedMalwarebytes Anti-malware for Virus Protection Forum SolvedBest USB Virus Protection software ? Forum SolvedWhat virus protection should i use Forum Solvedneed a free virus protection. Forum SolvedI pulled the trigger and bought my first pc to build. Need help with virus protection lol. Forum Solvedbest virus protection Forum Virus protection programs Forum SolvedVirus shuts down computer before protection gets rid of it. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !