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Problem with Password Protect 1.9.2

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March 6, 2012 2:54:22 AM

Hi there,

I have a complicated problem. My free trial of Folder Protect 1.9.2 has just expired. The problem is that, when the software trial expired I was prompted to "Unprotect" the protected files, but instead I elected to close the icon. Upon realizing this, I tried to open the software again and return to the said icon, but it simply does not open. Then, I tried to "Uninstall Folder Protect" both from Add or Remove Programs and from Program Files but I received the following message:

Uninstall is password protected. Run Folder Protect and uninstall from Setting.

As you already know, because my trial has expired, I have run out of runs. I have thought about downloading the full version of Folder Protect 1.9.2 but I don't know what might happen. I still have the Folder Protect Setup program from the previous installation. Should I just re-install it?

Please, help, because I really want to be able to recover my files.

Thanks.
March 6, 2012 4:04:15 AM

the hobbit said:
Hi there,

I have a complicated problem. My free trial of Folder Protect 1.9.2 has just expired. The problem is that, when the software trial expired I was prompted to "Unprotect" the protected files, but instead I elected to close the icon. Upon realizing this, I tried to open the software again and return to the said icon, but it simply does not open. Then, I tried to "Uninstall Folder Protect" both from Add or Remove Programs and from Program Files but I received the following message:

Uninstall is password protected. Run Folder Protect and uninstall from Setting.

As you already know, because my trial has expired, I have run out of runs. I have thought about downloading the full version of Folder Protect 1.9.2 but I don't know what might happen. I still have the Folder Protect Setup program from the previous installation. Should I just re-install it?

Please, help, because I really want to be able to recover my files.

Thanks.

Sounds like you are victum of "Ransom", and have no choice but to register the software & Purchase ! Don't think uninstalling will help you because IMO, the uninstall is not going to unlock your files !
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