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The problem with this type of thing is that there are liability issues. How does anyone know that you are the owner of the files being stored on that drive? Nobody with any conscience will help you circumvent security on a digital system.. It's that simple. First of all, it's illegal. If I helped you and you gained access to someone else's files, I'd be liable. They likely aren't retrievable anyway. Most modern encryption schemes are so good that it's impossible to reverse them without the key. If they truly are your files and you lost the password...YOU LOST THE FILES. It's your responsibility. Best practice for things like this is to write the password down on a piece of paper and put it in a secure location. Preferably a safe. If you did not do that, and relied on your brain to store that stuff, best you can do is go see a hypnotist to try and remember. Sorry.. I know it' not what you wanted to hear, but it's the truth. Hope you remember.
The easiest way, open your CD drive and with that open shut down your computer. Insert the Disk in the drive and close it then restart the computer. The installation program should start auto automatically as windows starts. The reason I said to shut down then reboot with the disk in the drive is to allow the program to scan your system before windows starts to speed up the install process. If you insert the Disk and close the drive while the computer is on it will auto start and scan the system anyway but it takes longer. Make sure you stop and uninstall any other anti virus programs or Anti Adware programs, such as Spy Bot, you may have running, the Adware programs only need to be closed.
just uninstall the software from control panel add/remove programs..if still problem continues try to delete its entry from reigistry...but if you are unfamiliar with registry just go to
all programs > accessories > system tools > select system restore and when it opens click next now select the previous date on which you have installed your software ..for ex, if you have installed your software on 5 april select the date like 4 april or any previous date.. it will definitely solve your problem.
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