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Mbs account manager

I keep getting the above mentioned appearing on my desktop,it keeps asking for money for wich iv no idea why.iv not applied for any account managment online.iv tried several times to delete it out of my programes but it keeps re-appearing as a pop up.and it wont letme close it down for 2 minutes .this problem started on the 14.10.07 it comes on after approx 2-3 minutes after i turn my pc on .

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Re: mbs account manager

It is a spyware or adware.Install any famous antivirus or antispyware  solution to get it fixed

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A pop up.refuses to be deleated its called (sonic update manager) It has not been asked for & messes up logging in & logging out.

This pop up is because Sonic update Manager is running in the background. If you don't use Sonic then uninstall it else if you want to keep Sonic but get rid of this pop-up then
click on start --> Run --> type msconfig in the run box
Go to Services tab and first check the bottom check box that says "Hide all Microsoft services" then go through the list and see if you can find anything that matches the description of Sonic update Manager and uncheck it.
Click on the Startup tab and uncheck the items that match the sonic description.
Apply the changes and the computer would ask you to reboot to apply the changes, reboot the computer.

Let me know if you still face issues after that.

Please rate the solution


Apr 08, 2009 | PC Desktops


How to change Yahoo! Account's password from Yahoo! Mail

This changes will apply to all your yahoo accounts including Yahoo Messenger, Yahoo Mail, Yahoo Finance etc..etc..
Most people might already know about this, but for those who don't know yet about changing Yahoo!Mail password, I write this article to help them change the yahoo! Mail password. Your Yahoo! password always applies to your entire Yahoo! account. This means that it is valid not only for Yahoo! Mail, but also for Yahoo! Messenger, the Yahoo! Music Engine, My Yahoo!, Yahoo! Finance, etc. and all of Yahoo!'s other personalized services. If someone breaks into any of these accounts, you'll want to change your password or you may just need to change it.Here's how to change your password from Yahoo! Mail:
1.Login to your Yahoo! Mail account using your current username and password [Click Here]. Below are the Yahoo! mail Login boxes below with illustrations.


Type in your username and password into the boxes and click Sign In.


Once you are logged in, locate and click your username on the top-left corner of the page eg. Click "Hi Mike....." Now, from the drop-down menu that appears, select Account Info.



A new browser/tab/window will appears asking you to verify your password.


Type your password into the box and click Sign In. The Account Information page appears. Now on the Account Information page, locate "Change Your Password".


Type in your old/current password and your new password twice in the respective boxes provided and click "Save", then "Continue" on the next page.



That's all, your Yahoo Password has been changed.

Note: Options and User Interfaces menus might change as per Yahoo!'s updates. Will keep you updated time and again.
Good Luck.

on Jan 12, 2011 | PC Desktops


How to make your computer work when all programs link up ?

All programs link up means when all icons & programs start in one single program ,for example say internet explorer . When you want to open windows media player it will not open besides it will open a internet explorer ,all short cut (icons) whether in start menu or on desktop shows only one type of program internet explorer (here internet explorer is taken as example it can be windows media player or windows media center or something else).
First of all don't panic you are not the first person that facing this problem ,yes it is solvable. Given below are the easy steps that will solve your problem in quickest way:

1> First make a back up of your data ,pictures music ,video in your my document folder & in your user profile
2> Go to start menu ,then click control panel after that click User accounts
3> Click manage another account ,then click create a new account
4> Then enter your account name you want and then click on (select) on Administrator ,a new account will be created with administrator rights ,then log-off to your new account that you just created .
5> After logging off to your new account ,transfer your files from your previous account to new account.
6> Then go to control panel ,click user account then click on your previous accounts,after that click on Delete the account after that it will ask you :- do you want to keep user files or not ,click on any tab you want
after that it will ask you to delete your account ,click on delete account
After following above steps you will get rid-off your problem permanently and you can carry on your work .

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Desktop keeps rebooting, not the system, just the desktop

Sorry to hear about this happening. What was the last true function that your computer done that was "correct"?

From run type
restore option from Start; all programs; asscessories; system restore.

From run, type msconfig will show you the programs you are running. might be able to locate the file you mention above.
hope it helps

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My coumpter is asking me to get administator privileges

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right click on My Computer
select Manage
expand Local users and groups
click on the Users folder
right click on your account and select Properties
click the Member of tab
click the Add button
click the Advanced button
click Find now
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click OK
click OK
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your account is now an administrator

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Hi iv just brought a acer aspire one and i cant get it to connect to my wireless internet, it keeps asking for a password and the passwork i have for my wireless internet with orange isnt exected .so i...

Hi there try and re install it with the disk it came with and your password should be the one that you were given by your internet provider if you still have issues you will have to ring your internet provider technical help they will direct you over the phone what to tdo hope this helps

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you have to go lower down the page and accept if you still have trouble contact me i will set your acount and then you change password when you log in


Jun 04, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Delete former user from laptop

Hi lily - If your running Vista here's how :

1. Log onto the computer using an account with administrator privileges.

2. Click the Start Button.

3. Click the picture associated with your account at the top of the menu.

4. Select Manage another account.

5. When the UAC box pops up, click Continue.

6. Select the user account that is to be deleted.

7. Click Delete the Account.

8. You will be asked if you wish to keep the files from the deleted account. To save the account's desktop and personal files to your desktop, click Keep Files. This will place the files into a directory with the account's name onto your desktop. Otherwise click the Delete Files button.

9. Click Delete Account.

If your Running Xp here's how:

Log on as you( by now I think everyone knows they should give themselves adminstrator priviledges)

Start>comtrol panel>user accounts>pick an account to change>delete account.

If this solves your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. If you need more help just add a comment and I'll be happy to assist you further. Thanks.



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