deep freeze

August 29, 2009 at 15:12:36
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, 1.495 GHz / 575 MB

how to unfreeze deepfreeze verzion 6.3

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#1
August 29, 2009 at 15:39:49

Is Deepfreeze password protected? If it is you must know the password. If no password present just hold down the shift key and double click the Deepfreeze icon in the lower right. You should then see the options to unfreeze. If it is password protected then you will be returned to the password screen. A reboot is required to unfreeze as well.

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#2
August 29, 2009 at 21:13:11

If I'm not mistaken, you have to hold down the shift/Ctrl/Alt buttons at the same time and then hit the f6 key.
It will then ask you for the password to unfreeze the program.

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#3
August 30, 2009 at 08:42:54

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Holding down Shift>Crtl>Alt and hitting the F6 key does exactly the same thing as Holding down the shift key and double clicking on the Deepfreeze icon in the Notification area. Two different ways to come to the same screen. Both will give you the password screen and if the password is set and not known you go no further. If this is his home computer and has set up a password and cant remember it then he is in a position where he has to format the drive and reload the system. Posts like the one above possibly has reference to someone wanting to unthaw deepfreeze for various reasons. School computers come to mind.

If a person installed this program on their home computer then it is unlikely that they would have forgotten the password.


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#4
August 30, 2009 at 20:46:06

I use deep-freeze on one of my laptops, that's why I passed out the info

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#5
August 31, 2009 at 08:59:07

I use deepfreeze on numerous computers in a classroom environment for several years now. That is why I have become very familiar with it. It is interesting that we have heard nothing more from the OP.

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#6
August 31, 2009 at 09:48:51

>>>It is interesting that we have heard nothing more from the OP.<<<

terii, that seems to happen alot on computing.net. I don't think some people understand they have to check their posts after they make it.
Obviously deepfreeze works well for you. I found that many internet cafes in central america use that program and were raving about it. That's why I bought a copy for one of my laptops at home. I use it for loading up and testing new progs, then just reboot and it's gone.

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#7
August 31, 2009 at 11:14:25

It is a great program for what you use it for. I know some people that have loaded it and promptly lost data when they reboot. It goes with the territory. As long as you know the limitations of the program you have no problem.

As far as the OP I suspect that his/her intentions were somewhat suspect. I see that a lot regarding deepfreeze as there are a lot of people that have to deal with this program in either a work or school environment and it somewhat cramps their style.


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#8
August 31, 2009 at 15:15:08

I don't see it in the icon try and I tried the buttons and the computer is in the frozen mode, it seems to me that the deep freeze install is corrupt is there any thing I can do?, I even tried the deep unfreezer program

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#9
August 31, 2009 at 15:47:55

your post is puzzling. Are you saying that your computer freezes up on you to where the mouse and keyboard are inactive, or do you mean it is still in deepfreeze mode?

You have to run the deepfreeze program to uninstall deepfreeze. Have your password ready

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#10
August 31, 2009 at 16:19:40

There is no deepfreeze unfreezer program. As mentioned above deepfreeze can be uninstalled but you must be in the unthawed mode to do this. Do as mentioned above, insert your password and click on unthaw. Reboot your computer and uninstall with the same program you used to install it. Good luck

If by chance you do not have the password then you are in a position where the only way out is to format your drive and reinstall Windows.


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#11
September 24, 2009 at 15:05:59

I have tried deep unfreezer and it didn't work I tried to contact and they said that I need the name of the person who bought installed deepfreeze and the serial number and got no luck because I do not have that information.

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#12
September 24, 2009 at 15:30:07

your only alternative is response 10 then. You never told us
WHO had installed deep-freeze on your PC. For all we know this
could be a stolen computer.

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