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LocateMyLaptop tracking software


andy63walsh

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I put this on my desktop thinking great idea, free also. But every time I switch my pc on it wants me to log in every time, it is a pain, don't want it any more. I went to add remove programs, but you can't do it there, any ideas?

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buteman

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If you have C Cleaner see if you can uninstall it from that.Or download Revo uninstaller and remove it using that.

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buteman

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Ignore last I have read that it does not show up in revo uninstaller.So give that a miss.

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buteman

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andy63walsh

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still no luck

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Confab

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Have a read here

http://www.locatemylaptop.com/faqsLMLagent.html

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Confab

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You might need to copy and paste the whole link

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Sea Urchin

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Copy and paste - you would need to add in the underscores before and after LML to make it work - that's why the link went wrong

Here's the correct link

locate my laptop

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Confab

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Thanks Sea Urchin

Strangely I did copy and past the link but it came out without the underscores for some reason. Maybe because I didn’t use the “insert hyperlink” option.

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