[freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Toad
Any ideas? I don't really know the windows stuff...

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Hi..had a couple of correspondences with you and appreciated the 
throroughness of the replies. If not you, one of you.  In the email you strongly 
suggested 
that, due to technical reasons, i should uninstall Freenet.  The problem is 
that everytime I try to follow the clear process, I always get the same message 
- You must turn off Freenet before you can uninstall, or the equivelant, 
despite the fact that not only have I already turned it off, but have also 
confirmed the fact that I'd done so.  

Please tell me what the necessary steps are to uninstall Freenet.

Thanks,

chris

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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Dave Hooper
 Have you verified, using the task manager, that all processes associated
 with freenet is gone?

That shouldn't be necessary, if it is then Something Bad is going on

 Use the task manager to kill of any (or any unwanted if you run multiple
 java apps on your computer) java.exe processes and any freenet.exe process
 then start the uninstaller again.

The java process is javaw.exe not java.exe by the way.
However, if you've done this and the uninstaller still won't work, please
reply and we'll try and figure out what's wrong.

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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Roger Hayter
Something along the lines of:  for win9x use close program dialog 
reached by CTRL-ALT-DELETE;  for win2k, XP use task manager (reached 
unexpectedly or by right clicking on the grey bit at the bottom of the 
screen).  Kill/close/stop anything with java or freenet in the name. 
I am assuming nothing important is likely to be using Java.  Then try 
again with uninstalling.   Manual un-installation will have to await 
someone who knows something about the Windows installation, but I don't 
think it used to put anything in the registry, which makes it fairly 
easy.

Oh, and reboot often, but make sure there is nothing in the StartUp 
folder that is going to restart Freenet when you reboot.

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In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Toad 
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Any ideas? I don't really know the windows stuff...

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: (no subject)
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Hi..had a couple of correspondences with you and appreciated the
throroughness of the replies. If not you, one of you.  In the email you 
strongly suggested
that, due to technical reasons, i should uninstall Freenet.  The problem is
that everytime I try to follow the clear process, I always get the same 
message
- You must turn off Freenet before you can uninstall, or the equivelant,
despite the fact that not only have I already turned it off, but have also
confirmed the fact that I'd done so.

Please tell me what the necessary steps are to uninstall Freenet.

Thanks,

chris

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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Roger Hayter
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Dave Hooper 
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Have you verified, using the task manager, that all processes associated
with freenet is gone?
That shouldn't be necessary, if it is then Something Bad is going on
Something Bad in a Java sense, rather than an OS sense I hope.  Older 
versions of Freenet combined with older versions of Java often used to 
spawn java processes which were not killed by killing the parent process 
in Linux and Windows in my experience, which was mainly on 
under-powered/low RAM computers.



Use the task manager to kill of any (or any unwanted if you run multiple
java apps on your computer) java.exe processes and any freenet.exe process
then start the uninstaller again.
The java process is javaw.exe not java.exe by the way.
However, if you've done this and the uninstaller still won't work, please
reply and we'll try and figure out what's wrong.
d

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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Salah Coronya
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Roger Hayter wrote:
| Something along the lines of:  for win9x use close
program dialog
| reached by CTRL-ALT-DELETE;  for win2k, XP use
task manager (reached
| unexpectedly or by right clicking on the grey bit at
the bottom of the
| screen).  Kill/close/stop anything with java or
freenet in the name.
| I am assuming nothing important is likely to be
using Java.  Then try
| again with uninstalling.   Manual un-installation
will have to await
| someone who knows something about the Windows
installation, but I don't
| think it used to put anything in the registry, which
makes it fairly easy.
|
| Oh, and reboot often, but make sure there is nothing
in the StartUp
| folder that is going to restart Freenet when you
reboot.
|
|

Or you can always uninstall Freenet in Safe Mode if
all else fails.

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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Nicholas Sturm
On windows a node does sometimes fail to shut down.  And resource usage
seems to sky rocket.  The rabbit disappears in such cases.


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 From: Dave Hooper [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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 Date: 11/11/2003 5:26:20 PM
 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] [EMAIL PROTECTED]: (no subject)]

  Have you verified, using the task manager, that all processes associated
  with freenet is gone?

 That shouldn't be necessary, if it is then Something Bad is going on

  Use the task manager to kill of any (or any unwanted if you run multiple
  java apps on your computer) java.exe processes and any freenet.exe
process
  then start the uninstaller again.

 The java process is javaw.exe not java.exe by the way.
 However, if you've done this and the uninstaller still won't work, please
 reply and we'll try and figure out what's wrong.

 d

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