My new purchase keeps freezing up. This time it states "Your account is running low on resources. You can not log in as a new user. Please use an account already logged in". A box to click 'ok' is under that statement. When you click ok it will go to the log on screen but o further.
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Re: Comuter is frozen.
I suggest you need to clean up your hard drive as it seems to full. also you should check what programs are running when it first starts up.I only have 2 a anti-virus suite and ad muncher any more i use as and when needed closing what I am not using
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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 An alert message stating that the user account is no longer active will be displayed.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
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It depends on whether or not you are working on a "networked" computer (like for work) or if it is a personal computer at home. A personal computer will either have an "administrators" login credentials or just "User" credentials. Unless you have set a limited number of failed attempts to "freeze" up the login this should not be an issue. But if you have.. normally a set length of time (like 15, or 30 minutes) will be all you have to wait to try again.
For the future: Put your kid on a separate account on the computer with his OWN login and password. THEN, should he ever forget it, YOU cann log in as the "administrator" of the computer under YOUR login, then under the Control Panel go to User Accounts and reset his password.
If you are using a "work" computer (logging in remotely) it MIGHT give you the same options, but if you still can't login after 30 minutes you will probably have to contact your Network Administrator to reset the account.
If it is a website you are trying to log into, and have been "frozen" out, there is usually a contact point at the bottom of the page where you can email the webmaster, or have a password reset sent to your email account (of record). This is a temporary password and you will have to reset it immediately.
If you have forgotten your password to log on to windows then you will not be able to log on to your profile as this needs your windows password.
If you have a sepreate administration account on the laptop you can log on with this make another user account to log on, log on with this account to create your new profile then log off, back on as admin, you should then have access to the users folder and with admin rights you should have access to copy your stuff from the old user profile to the new one.
I assume you cannot log into your user account in Windows. This is how to create a new user account to log in and to move your user files from the old account to the new one. Start the computer and keep pressing F8 until startup menu appears. Use arrow keys to select "safe mode". When windows appears, log on as Administrator. Use Control Panel, Users and create a new user. Select Computer administrator type. Restart the computer and log on to the new user account. Then you will have to move all your data files: Open Windows Explorer, navigate to C:\Documents and settings\[your old user account] Select folders Desktop, Favorites and My Documents (this may appear as [User]'s documents) and copy or cut them. Go to c:\Documents and settings\[your new user account] and paste them here. You will lose only the desktop picture and some windows settings. After that you may delete the old user account from Control panel/Users
I think your account might be corrupt, and should probably be deleted. I would highly recommend backing up your data to an external hard drive or create a temporary folder on your C drive, then create a new user account through the control panel. Once this is done, log off of the current account, login to the new account. Locate the icon titled My Computer. Right-click the icon and choose Properties. Look for the tab titled Advanced- click it. Midway down under User Profiles there should be a button titled Settings- click it. IN the list that populates with the user accounts (profiles) stored on your machine, highlight the account that you were just previously logged into (the original account that you were experiencing problems with). Once the old account name is selected, choose the button titled delete. Now, you can restart and log back in. This should put you back at a ready state. It will also resolve your problem if spyware was to blame for your inital problems. Let me know.
This problem could be related to the application's preferences file becoming corrupted. To test this theory, create a new user (from System Preferences -> Accounts) and log in to that user account. If you can use Safari for an extended period of time without troubles, this is likely the problem. If not, we'll need to look for something else.
One possible help would be to run Disk Utility and choose Repair Permissions on the boot disk.