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My friend used my computer and signed on to facebook under her name. How can I change it back to my account?

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Go to http://www.facebook.com/

You could find Email box and the password box>>Remove your friends email/name and enter your email address and password.
Below the email box you could find a check box which says keep me logged in, go ahead an check it.

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My profile has been hacked, and sends ugly videos to my friends. How do I report or fix this ?


If You Believe Your Facebook Account Has Been Hacked:

1. Go to the Facebook Account Compromise Reporting Page
2. Click the "My Account Is Compromised" button
3. On the "Identify Your Account" page, enter either your e-mail address, phone number, Facebook username, or your name and the name of one of your friends.
4. Follow the instructions provided to report your account as compromised.
5. Once your account has been reinstated and is back under your control, reset your Facebook password from the "Account Settings" page by clicking the "Change" link under the "My Account" Password section.
6. From the Facebook Privacy Settings page, click on "Apps and Websites". Under the "Apps, You Use" section, click "Edit Settings" and then click on the "X" to delete any suspicious/malicious apps that may have been used to compromise your account.
7. Alert your friends that your account was hacked and warn them not to click on any links that the hackers who compromised your account may have posted on their walls, in chat sessions, or in Facebook e-mails that the hackers sent to them.
Again, to help prevent this from happening in the future, consider enabling features such as Facebook Login Approvals and any other Facebook authentication approval process that relies on multiple authentication factors.
A few simple steps can greatly improve your Facebook security and privacy.

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How do i recover my account


You can recover your facebook account with your email address used for sign up or with your phone.
With your email:
go too facebook and fill out username and password then go forgot account and put email used for sign up. Then they will send you to change your facebook password.
Good luck

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How do I log in to my facebook from a friends computer


First this is not Google search. We are real people who try to answer questions. When on another computer, just open the macbook login page and enter your account name and your password. If you don't want your friend to go into your account after you lest, please look out not to save the password on his / her computer in the password vault.
And to go for 100% after using your account somewhere else, as soon as you air on your own computer, change your account password. Most questions about Facebook are about login and lot and lost about hacked accounts. Use a secure password and change is from time to time.

This link brings you to the login page:

Welcome to Facebook Log In Sign Up or Learn More

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Wont accept my password 4 facebook mixing me up with person of same name


Facebook is a social network website where people can interact with their friends online. Users can share what they're doing or thinking, and they can share links and videos and comment on things their friends share.

But the rule is that you have to be yourselfand use your own name.

In trying to verify such things, the computer verification system inevitably makes mistakes, so it might have made a mistake if it rejected the name you tried to use.
Facebook Name Standards

Facebook wants people to be themselves and not pretend to be someone else, so it requires users to use their real first and last names when they sign up for a Facebook personal profile.

This means that you can't pretend to be your friend Joe, you can't sign up for a Facebook account under your pet's name, you can't use a name you use in a video game or the name of a movie character.

Also, couples are not supposed to sign up for a single account using both their names. Names can be rejected if they contain symbols, numerals or punctuation, or are capitalized in an unusual way.

You also shouldn't include a title such as Mr. or Dr.
You can add a nickname or maiden name in place of a middle name because Facebook realizes people are sometimes known under different names for legitimate reasons.

Email Address Problems

To keep people from signing up for more than one personal profile, Facebook won't let you sign up for two Facebook accounts using the same email address.

If you find there is already a Facebook account associated with your email address, ask to have the password sent to you and verify whether it's your account and you just forgot you set it up.

Also, make sure you type the address in the correct format.
It needs to have an @ sign and a complete domain name; "@gmail" is not correct, but instead should be "@gmail.com" for example.

If your email address begins with "info" or "webmaster" Facebook may assume this is a generic address for an organization and not an individual.
How to Protest

If you are convinced you are trying to use a name that is allowed and still getting rejected, you can fill out the Facebook "Name Rejected" form (facebook.com/help/reg.php?show form=name rejected).

Remember also that you have to be 13 years of age or older to be a Facebook member.
The form asks for your date of birth, so that could trigger a rejection also if you are too young.
Other Options

If you are associated with a business, a brand or an event, you can create a Facebook Page (also sometimes called a Fan Page or a Business Page).

You can do this at Facebook's Create a Page section (facebook.com/pages/create.php) to represent a business, place, company, organization, brand or product, artist, band, public figure, some form of entertainment, cause or community.

You can also create a group at the Groups page (facebook.com/groups).

These are options to let you interact on Facebook if you represent something that is not an individual person.
If your Facebook profile is still unavailable after many days, then send an email to
info@facebook.com,
appeals@facebook.com or
disabled@facebook.com and explain them the issue.

http://www.facebook.com/help/?page=121467344601554

Once you send them an email, your account will be available again soon.

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Facebook technical support


You may have to sign up for a new FaceBook account. Just use a different name. My grandson has two accounts.

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I tried signing up for Facebook and it asks what the confirmation code for Facebook for my Facebook account


Facebook serves to keep individuals in touch with their friends and family members through interactive Facebook profiles.
If you aren't already one of the over 800 million active users of Facebook, you might want to check out the social network.
It takes only minutes to sign up for a free Facebook account. Open an Internet browser on your computer and navigate to the Facebook Sign Up Web page.
Enter your real first and last name, your email address and a password.
Select your *** and birthday from the pop-up menus.
You must be at least 13 years old to sign up for a Facebook account.
Click the "Sign Up" button at the bottom of the screen.
Type the "Captcha" security code into the box provided.
You are presented with opportunities to find existing friends on Facebook.
If you give the site permission, it compares your contact list to the names of people already on Facebook. You can skip this step for now, if you like.
Enter information for your profile.
Spaces are provided for you to enter you school or college, hometown, current city, interests and lots of other information.
For now, enter just the basics. You can go back later and expand on your profile information.
Upload a profile picture when prompted.
This should be an actual photograph of you, which helps friends find and identify you on the site.
Check your email. Facebook sends a confirmation email to the email address you listed on the Sign Up page.
Confirm the account as requested.
You have created a Facebook account.

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Facebook won't accept my name


Facebook is a social network website where people can interact with their friends online. Users can share what they're doing or thinking, and they can share links and videos and comment on things their friends share.
But the rule is that you have to be yourself and use your own name.
In trying to verify such things, the computer verification system inevitably makes mistakes, so it might have made a mistake if it rejected the name you tried to use.
Facebook Name Standards

Facebook wants people to be themselves and not pretend to be someone else, so it requires users to use their real first and last names when they sign up for a Facebook personal profile.
This means that you can't pretend to be your friend Joe, you can't sign up for a Facebook account under your pet's name, you can't use a name you use in a video game or the name of a movie character.
Also, couples are not supposed to sign up for a single account using both their names. Names can be rejected if they contain symbols, numerals or punctuation, or are capitalized in an unusual way.
You also shouldn't include a title such as Mr. or Dr.
You can add a nickname or maiden name in place of a middle name because Facebook realizes people are sometimes known under different names for legitimate reasons.

Email Address Problems

To keep people from signing up for more than one personal profile, Facebook won't let you sign up for two Facebook accounts using the same email address.
If you find there is already a Facebook account associated with your email address, ask to have the password sent to you and verify whether it's your account and you just forgot you set it up.
Also, make sure you type the address in the correct format.
It needs to have an @ sign and a complete domain name; "@gmail" is not correct, but instead should be "@gmail.com" for example.
If your email address begins with "info" or "webmaster" Facebook may assume this is a generic address for an organization and not an individual.
How to Protest

If you are convinced you are trying to use a name that is allowed and still getting rejected, you can fill out the Facebook "Name Rejected" form (facebook.com/help/reg.php?show form=name rejected).
Remember also that you have to be 13 years of age or older to be a Facebook member.
The form asks for your date of birth, so that could trigger a rejection also if you are too young.
Other Options

If you are associated with a business, a brand or an event, you can create a Facebook Page (also sometimes called a Fan Page or a Business Page).
You can do this at Facebook's Create a Page section (facebook.com/pages/create.php) to represent a business, place, company, organization, brand or product, artist, band, public figure, some form of entertainment, cause or community.
You can also create a group at the Groups page (facebook.com/groups).
These are options to let you interact on Facebook if you represent something that is not an individual person.
If your Facebook profile is still unavailable after many days, then send an email to
info@facebook.com,

appeals@facebook.com or
disabled@facebook.com and explain them the issue.
http://www.facebook.com/help/?page=121467344601554
Once you send them an email, your account will be available again soon.

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I can't sign into my facebook account


Facebook is a social network website where people can interact with their friends online. Users can share what they're doing or thinking, and they can share links and videos and comment on things their friends share.
But the rule is that you have to be yourself and use your own name.
In trying to verify such things, the computer verification system inevitably makes mistakes, so it might have made a mistake if it rejected the name you tried to use.
Facebook Name Standards

Facebook wants people to be themselves and not pretend to be someone else, so it requires users to use their real first and last names when they sign up for a Facebook personal profile.
This means that you can't pretend to be your friend Joe, you can't sign up for a Facebook account under your pet's name, you can't use a name you use in a video game or the name of a movie character.
Also, couples are not supposed to sign up for a single account using both their names. Names can be rejected if they contain symbols, numerals or punctuation, or are capitalized in an unusual way.
You also shouldn't include a title such as Mr. or Dr.
You can add a nickname or maiden name in place of a middle name because Facebook realizes people are sometimes known under different names for legitimate reasons.

Email Address Problems

To keep people from signing up for more than one personal profile, Facebook won't let you sign up for two Facebook accounts using the same email address.
If you find there is already a Facebook account associated with your email address, ask to have the password sent to you and verify whether it's your account and you just forgot you set it up.
Also, make sure you type the address in the correct format.
It needs to have an @ sign and a complete domain name; "@gmail" is not correct, but instead should be "@gmail.com" for example.
If your email address begins with "info" or "webmaster" Facebook may assume this is a generic address for an organization and not an individual.
How to Protest

If you are convinced you are trying to use a name that is allowed and still getting rejected, you can fill out the Facebook "Name Rejected" form (facebook.com/help/reg.php?show form=name rejected).
Remember also that you have to be 13 years of age or older to be a Facebook member.
The form asks for your date of birth, so that could trigger a rejection also if you are too young.
Other Options

If you are associated with a business, a brand or an event, you can create a Facebook Page (also sometimes called a Fan Page or a Business Page).
You can do this at Facebook's Create a Page section (facebook.com/pages/create.php) to represent a business, place, company, organization, brand or product, artist, band, public figure, some form of entertainment, cause or community.
You can also create a group at the Groups page (facebook.com/groups).
These are options to let you interact on Facebook if you represent something that is not an individual person.
If your Facebook profile is still unavailable after many days, then send an email to
info@facebook.com,

appeals@facebook.com or
disabled@facebook.com and explain them the issue.
http://www.facebook.com/help/?page=121467344601554
Once you send them an email, your account will be available again soon.

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Im at a friends computer..and when i sign on to facebook.com her info pops up..how can i log into my fb account on her computer


You have to log out of her facebook page (on the facebook page select log out) and then log back in using your user name and password.

When you are done doing what you want to do on facebook you will need to log off before your friend can log back into her account. You might want to check with your friend and make sure that she remembers her log in info before you log her out.

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I made two mistakes. I deactivatied my account and wish to reactivate. Failing that I signed up again under the name Joel Lazenby but my friend know me as Wayne Lazenby, I wish to reactivaed as originally...


How long ago did you deactivate your old account? If it's been less than two weeks, you can login again to your old account (using old username/email and password) and it will reactivate your account.
If it's been longer than two weeks, all you need to do on the new account you created (under Joel Lazenby), is change your name to Wayne Lazenby.
To change your name on Facebook, follow these instructions:
1. login to facebook 2. click "account" in the upper right corner 3. in the dropdown menu select "account settings" 4. you'll see "change" next to the "name" category.
Just change your name and verify and you're done!

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