Shutdown or find the admin password for k9 blue coat
You will have to remove k9 or wipe and reload the OS. The issue is caused by the k9 software.
If you bought the machine with k9 preloaded, then you will need to wipe and reload your OS and drivers, or call k9 for removal.
If it was installed for you by an administrator, (your computer guru), you had best speak with him/her before taking any action. Administrators often have records of these things, and they can assist you.
If you are a parent and you installed this to protect your children, but you forgot the password, then you may need to call k9 and have someone assist you. there is likely a "master" password or a reset code they can give to allow you to reset and reapply your settings.
If you are a child trying to get into adult websites, and your parents installed k9 to stop you, then I suggest you grow up, get a job, buy your own computer, and do as you will with it. After you drop $700 to $900 of your own money into it, then you may visit anyplace you desire, and infest it with junk. Once it is no longer useful, you may begin to appreciate why someone tried to install security on it. Once your investment becomes a blinking bleeping heap of slow uselessness, you might understand why your parents installed k9.
Dec 13, 2009 |
Dell Inspiron 1300 Notebook