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My facebook was sending emails to my friends. my

My facebook was sending emails to my friends which turned out to be a virus. I deactivated my facebook to stop spreading the virus and got my computer fixed and it is no longer infected. How do I make sure my facebook account is ok and still not infected? What do I need to do to fix my facebook?

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I assume you are talking about Koobface. If so your FB should be fine.

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Deleted my original account of Facebook now I can't get it again plus I have extra accounts now that I had started trying to get the original mine back. What can I do?


It is possible to re-activate Facebook accounts that have been deleted or deactivated. Sometimes users may want to re-use old Facebook accounts. This can be done by logging in to the Facebook using the email provided during the registration process along with password. An alert message stating that the user account is no longer active will be displayed. A registration email from Facebook will automatically be sent to the email address provided when logging in to Facebook. In order to re-activate the Facebook account, the internet link in the email sent must be clicked and the corresponding instructions followed.

  • Log in to Facebook with your original email and password
  • A red sign will appear saying that you have tried to log in a deactivated account
  • They will use the email that you used during your original registration and send an email about reactivation!
  • In the email you will find a link, just follow it

Aug 21, 2015 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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Quit facebook acct


Permanently Close Your Facebook Account
While Facebook can make you accessible to friends and family, it may also make you fear for your privacy online.
Giving out your personal information on a site like Facebook can make you a target for identity thieves.
While you can certainly toggle your privacy settings to adjust how you share your info, you can also deactivate and delete your account so your information is no longer available.
The process can be cumbersome, but it will help you cancel your Facebook account completely.

Sign into your Facebook account normally, then click "Account" and choose "Account Settings" from the drop down menu.
Scroll to the bottom of the Account Settings page and choose "Deactivate," which is the last option available.
This will bring you to a new screen where you may send messages to your friends to let them know you're leaving Facebook.
Click the circle beside the reason you're deactivating your account, which is required.
You can choose from reasons like a temporary leave, having privacy concerns or receiving too much communication with Facebook.
You may also type added notes in the provided field.
You can also decide whether you'd still like emails from Facebook in the future.
When you're ready, click "Confirm."
Sign into Facebook and navigate to the "Delete My Account" page (See Below) if you want to remove your account and information completely from Facebook's files.
https://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=delete_account
While deactivated, you'll still be able to sign into your account for administrative purposes and reactivate your account.
A deactivated account will retain all information, photos and notes, but remove them from sight of other users.
Deleting your account will remove your account and information completely from the site.
Send a message via the "Delete My Account" page to let Customer Service you'd like your account removed completely.
Deactivate Your Facebook Account
There may come a time when you need to deactivate your Facebook account.
Fortunately, as with most of the social utility Web sites, closing your account with Facebook is easy.
And if you change you mind, you can always return to Facebook with a simple reactivation process.

Access the Facebook home page and log in using the email address and password you originally registered with (see Resources below).
If you've forgotten you password, click on "Log in" and follow the link to reset your password.
Head to the "My Account" page using the link from the menu.
Follow the "Click Here" link under the Deactivate Account section.
You will be taken to a short form to fill out before you close your account.
Tell Facebook why you're leaving.
Select the radio button next to the reason for deactivating your account.
There is also space to write other comments.
Opt in or out of Facebook emails.
Even if you account is deactivated, your friends can still invite you to events or ask you to join groups.
If you don't want any email from Facebook at all, check the appropriate box.
Click the "Deactivate" button. You will be taken to a page confirming your account deactivation.
Reactivate a Deleted Facebook Account
Head to the Facebook Web site to reactivate your account.
Log in to Facebook as if you'd never left. Use your original email address and password.
Check your registered email account for a confirmation email from Facebook with directions on how to reactivate your account.
Follow the link in the email.
You will be taken to your home page, which will appear exactly how you left it.
All your settings and events are intact upon reactivation.
All you have to do is start exploring again.

Aug 21, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Deactivating accounts


While Facebook can make you accessible to friends and family, it may also make you fear for your privacy online.
Giving out your personal information on a site like Facebook can make you a target for identity thieves.
While you can certainly toggle your privacy settings to adjust how you share your info, you can also deactivate and delete your account so your information is no longer available.
The process can be cumbersome, but it will help you cancel your Facebook account completely.

Sign into your Facebook account normally, then click "Account" and choose "Account Settings" from the drop down menu.
Scroll to the bottom of the Account Settings page and choose "Deactivate," which is the last option available.
This will bring you to a new screen where you may send messages to your friends to let them know you're leaving Facebook.

Click the circle beside the reason you're deactivating your account, which is required.
You can choose from reasons like a temporary leave, having privacy concerns or receiving too much communication with Facebook.
You may also type added notes in the provided field.
You can also decide whether you'd still like emails from Facebook in the future.
When you're ready, click "Confirm."
Sign into Facebook and navigate to the "Delete My Account" page (See Below) if you want to remove your account and information completely from Facebook's files.
https://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=delete_account
While deactivated, you'll still be able to sign into your account for administrative purposes and reactivate your account.
A deactivated account will retain all information, photos and notes, but remove them from sight of other users.
Deleting your account will remove your account and information completely from the site.
Send a message via the "Delete My Account" page to let Customer Service you'd like your account removed completely.


May 21, 2013 | HP Computers & Internet

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All the passwords that I use aren't the ones for logging in and when I requested a new password it was not sent to my zoomtown email. I want to cancel my facebook account for right now. and can't. It's...


If you can login you can go to the top right of the page and click on account to cancel,,if you cannot login or you feel that you are using the correct pass word you can contact FB
When searchin FB I found this info:
Emails from Facebook I am not receiving the email to reset my password. If you are having trouble locating your password reset email, please f...If you are having trouble locating your password reset email, please first check the Junk/Spam mail folder in your email account in case it was misdirected by your email provider.

If you have more than one email address confirmed on your Facebook account, or have a mobile number confirmed on your account, you can also check these inboxes for a password reset email or text.

If you are unable to locate this email, try requesting a new link to reset your password by clicking here.

If you are still unable to receive a password reset email after following the above steps, please submit a report here.

Dec 01, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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How do i do my facebook


    Deactivate Your Facebook Account
  1. Step 1 Access the Facebook home page and log in using the email address and password you originally registered with (see Resources below). If you've forgotten you password, click on "Log in" and follow the link to reset your password.
  2. Step 2 Head to the "My Account" page using the link from the menu.
  3. Step 3 Follow the "Click Here" link under the Deactivate Account section. You will be taken to a short form to fill out before you close your account.
  4. Step 4 Tell Facebook why you're leaving. Select the radio button next to the reason for deactivating your account. There is also space to write other comments.
  5. Step 5 Opt in or out of Facebook emails. Even if you account is deactivated, your friends can still invite you to events or ask you to join groups. If you don't want any email from Facebook at all, check the appropriate box.
  6. Step 6 Click the "Deactivate" button. You will be taken to a page confirming your account deactivation.

Apr 13, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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EMAILS ARE BEING SENT WITHOUT ME SENDING THEM WITH A VIRUS


Change the password of your facebook. Have you installed a reasonably good antivirus with all features? If not you can download AVG 9 for free.
Follow this link: http://free.avg.com/ca-en/homepage
Hope this helps!
For further assistance please feel free to ask me.

Mar 26, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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My facebook account has a virus and keeps sending out spam email even when im not logged on . how do I close this facebook account


login to facebook----Account----Account settings----(page down)deactivate account----press on diactive

Mar 23, 2010 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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Facebook submit button not working


If you are experiencing problems sending messages or completing adialog/prompt on Facebook, your anti-virus software may be the cause.

To resolve this issue, please update your anti-virus softwareto the latest version available. If you continue to experience problemsafter doing so, please turn off your anti-virus software to see if theproblem is resolved. If the problem persists, or turning off yoursecurity software resolves the issue, please report the issue here with:
1. "Security Software - Message Problem" in the subject line
2. Name of security software and version number in the description field
3. Detailed description of steps to reproduce the problem in the description field


Oct 17, 2008 | Facebook Social Network

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