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You are probably carrying alod of spyware or a virus.
Please print this out and follow instuctions in order.

Please try as follows:


Update and run your virus control. ( if you do not have a viable virus control program, go to www.comodo.com and download a free one.)

Do you have a separate spyware control program?(If not you can go to www.tucows.com and search for a freeware spyware detection program to download.) Run it when you have it.

Do you have a registry cleaning prgram? If you do run that now.


Now got to toolbar>tools>internet options>general tab and delete all your cookies

Now go to Start>all programs>accessories>system tools> disc cleanup and run that(when it says delete all files click yes.)

Empty your recycle bin

Now look in the lower right corner of your screen. How many little icons do you have there, besides your virus control. internet indicator and sound indicator? If you have a bunch, let me know what they are. They are running on standby all the time and can really slow your computer down, so if you have a bunch of programs there we need to stop them from doing that.

Take alook at your desktop. Are there a lot of icons you never use? You can right click on them to delete them. This does not delete the programs.


When you are finished with all of this, restart your computer.


Let me know how this solution works for you and please rate it. thank you for using Fix Ya!

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When I am reading my e-mails, my computer freezes up. I have to log off and then restart it. What is wrong


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How i uninstall deep freeze software


HI Good day!! do the following
Disable Deep Freeze before uninstalling it.

To disable Deep Freeze:

1. Hold down the shift key and double-click the Deep Freeze icon. Alternatively, you can press CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+F6.
2. Enter your password and click OK.
3. If you have not yet entered a password you should be able to click OK without entering a password.
4. The Boot Options dialog is displayed. Select "Boot Thawed" and click OK. This will disable Deep Freeze on the next reboot.
5. Reboot your computer. After the computer reboots, you are ready to uninstall Deep Freeze.



To uninstall:

1. Locate the installation file you used to install Deep Freeze on your computer. By default, the name of this file is called "DF5Std.exe" for versions 5.X and "DF6Std.exe" for versions 6.X.
2. Run the installation file (DF5Std.exe or DF6Std.exe).
3. Select the option to "Uninstall"

Deep Freeze is uninstalled and your computer is rebooted.


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How to un instaill deep freeze


Disable Deep Freeze before uninstalling it.
To disable Deep Freeze:
  1. Hold down the shift key and double-click the Deep Freeze icon. Alternatively, you can press CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+F6.
  2. Enter your password and click OK.
  3. If you have not yet entered a password you should be able to click OK without entering a password.
  4. The Boot Options dialog is displayed. Select "Boot Thawed" and click OK. This will disable Deep Freeze on the next reboot.
  5. Reboot your computer. After the computer reboots, you are ready to uninstall Deep Freeze.
To uninstall:
  1. Locate the installation file you used to install Deep Freeze on your computer. By default, the name of this file is called "DF5Std.exe" for versions 5.X and "DF6Std.exe" for versions 6.X.
  2. Run the installation file (DF5Std.exe or DF6Std.exe).
  3. Select the option to "Uninstall"
Deep Freeze is uninstalled and your computer is rebooted.

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Jan 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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you need to install deep freeze again. After installing, restart the computer and uninstall it.

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Microsoft applications off computer, computer keeps freezing


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Want to uninstall deep freeze


Hi,

Give this a go....

Disable Deep Freeze before uninstalling it.
To disable Deep Freeze:
  1. Hold down the shift key and double-click the Deep Freeze icon. Alternatively, you can press CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+F6.
  2. Enter your password and click OK.
  3. If you have not yet entered a password you should be able to click OK without entering a password.
  4. The Boot Options dialog is displayed. Select "Boot Thawed" and click OK. This will disable Deep Freeze on the next reboot.
  5. Reboot your computer. After the computer reboots, you are ready to uninstall Deep Freeze.
To uninstall:
  1. Locate the installation file you used to install Deep Freeze on your computer. By default, the name of this file is called "DF5Std.exe" for versions 5.X and "DF6Std.exe" for versions 6.X.
  2. Run the installation file (DF5Std.exe or DF6Std.exe).
  3. Select the option to "Uninstall"
Deep Freeze is uninstalled and your computer is rebooted.

Hope this helps.

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Your computer shut down due a bad battery, Need to replaced.
Replace the battery first and see if your computer still freezing.

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