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freeze is full of adware and other bugs and trackers too. Many FREE products on the internet are. My search, free emoticons (u no the 1) and many gadgets are this way.
Aside from backing up your personal files and doing a recovery, it is very hard to remove them completely for your computer.
(XP)Disconnect from the internet(unplug line)then you can use add/remove in control panel. Then go into file system...open a folder and then hit show folders in the command bar above the main viewing area. The files will show to the left. Click plus sign next to My Computer,then next to local disk. Then programs. Look for and delete the folders that are obviously from freeze. If it won't let you then open those folders and delete the items inside, one at a time.
Now, go run a search for freeze and tell it to look in hidden and system folders. Delete the stuff you find, being carefull not to delete some part of another program.
Now, go back to filing system, to below program folder and click plus sign next to Windows. Scroll down to Prefetch folder and open it. Click edit, select all and delete those files. Restart
Sorry to say but with AIM/AOL once you delete something it is gone unless it's e-mail. For e-mail you can check the recently deleted folder and if it is still there then you can restore it. Hope this helps.
Copy all the songs into a folder, then look for duplicates, delete them, then delete all the songs in iTunes and then replay them (as MP3 Files) and they'll be moved into iTunes again else..Delete all of your music in your iTunes. Import all your music back into iTunes and in one of the submenus should be "view duplicates"delete the duplicates. then in one of the submenus should be "consolidate library" clicking this will move all of your music into one consolidated folder
1. Plug in ipod.
2. Open “My Computer”
3. Look for the removable device (which is your ipod).
4. Open the folder, search for this hidden file : _locked.
rename or remove(delete) this file.
5. Eject your ipod.
i can usually get them off thru windows media (sync tab but then make sure your clicked on the photos tab etc) but sometimes i need to go into it as if it is an external harddrive thru windows explorer
You have to go into the file explorer and look for the windows directory. Then go in the start menu folder to find the recent folder. Inside of that you should see the files you want to delete. That's how it works on my windows mobile phone.