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Problems Uninstalling EZ Internet Timer

by fuzzleplucky / January 29, 2013 5:36 PM PST

Hello! I recently installed EZ Internet Timer on my netbook, so that I could keep track of the amount of time I was wasting on the internet and limit it. Unfortunately, something went wrong. I managed to get the program installed, but it is now blocking the internet connection completely. It requires a password to unblock the internet, but I never made a password, so I'm not sure how it is now locked. I tried to start the computer in safe mode and uninstall it that way, but it starts up automatically, even in safe mode. There are several uninstall guides online, but I can't access any of the things I need to with those guides since the internet is blocked.

Can anyone help me with this problem?

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Re: blocked
by Kees_B Forum moderator / January 29, 2013 5:45 PM PST

- Why not try System Restore back to before yoiu installed the program?
- Why not access those 'things' on another PC. You can transfer any file needed to that PC with a USB-stick.

Kees

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There is a default password "0000".
by ITWorksCorp / January 30, 2013 7:56 AM PST

Thank you for trying our program. Here the solution for you: when you installed Ez Internet Timer, you were prompted to set your own password. If for some reason you didn't do that, then you can use the default password: "0000". Please do not hesitate to contact us directly if you need more help with our products.
Sincerely, IT Works Corporation support team.

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