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Facebook reactivation has deactivated my wall to my friends. they can't see my wall altho i an write on theirs.

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This is because your account does not actually reactivate and it simply creates an account with the same name but a different digital signature. unfortunately you will be unable to edit stuff from your previous profile.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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You're just going to have to make a new one...you can still use the same email address since it's deactivated, so if it says that the email address already exists, then you have to reactivate it a different way.

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i don't think that is possible,only your friend can do it

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This takes the shortest amount of time but does not actually delete your account. It deactivates it and hangs around until you have a sudden drop in will power and login again. It then reactivates your account with all your information, photos, messages and comments intact. If you want to be a ****** and follow this route, here are the steps you need to follow:
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a. Make sure you have the email address of all your friends if you want to continue email contact with them. You need to stop using the Facebook messages. Ensure they have your email address too.
b. Delete ALL sent and received messages.
c. Remove ALL of your friends from your friends list.
d. Delete ALL comments/posts on all of your walls (SuperWall, FunWall, The Wall, etc).
e. Delete ALL Comments and Posts you’ve made on other peoples Walls.
f. Delete ALL your photos - this includes all profile photos and those in your albums.
g. Leave ALL your networks and groups.
h. If you administer any groups, transfer the admin rights to someone else.
i. Clear every last bit of information from your profile.
j. Deactivate your account as per the above.
3. Permanently Delete ALL account information from Facebook Servers
You can request Facebook to have your information completely wiped from their servers.
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