thedaz 22:22 01 Oct 08

Please someone give me instructions on how to remove MSKSRVR.EXE as it is using 100% CPU and it's a pain keeping 'ending process' in task manager. It also uses the laptop battery. I believe it relates to McAfee. Help!

  baldydave 22:27 01 Oct 08

Please see here,
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  skidzy 22:32 01 Oct 08

Its the Mcafee spamkiller.

Is this a Dell laptop by any chance ?

If you have Mcafee installed,you maybe able to remove the spam killer if so wished.

If mcafee has expired,use the removal tool for a clean removal click here

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