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folder security

i am having windows xp,service pack3,intel 1.8ghz dual core,1gb ram,80 gb hard disk
i am having folder security tool to protect my secret folders,i used one password to protect my folders,but later i forgot that password,now i want to uninstall this tool,but it's asking password to uninstall,how can i unistall it?help

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Whose software is that?

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Find out who is the maker or author then head to their support web site.

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nothing found on that

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i tried in that software owner's website,nothing found on that,help me?

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Then email them

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Then email the author. We don't know anything about the program, since you neglected to even include the name. Email the author about your problem and hope they can/will help.

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