Thaw/remove deep freeze after forgetting password [Closed]

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Hello there,


I've found one similar question in this same page: https://ccm.net/forum/affich-40218-deep-freeze-r-uninstalling , and I tried the solution involving the change in CMOS date, but when I boot the computer in debug mode and open the task manager as soon as desktop shows up only the FrzState2k.exe process will show and even if I use processhacker to kill both that and DFServ.exe , when I next boot up the computer deep freeze continues working normally. Does anyone know any solution?

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Hello

There is Kioskea "How-to" article:

https://ccm.net/faq/13193-uninstall-deep-freeze
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Thanks for your answer. I've already tried those steps but in the part where I have to quickly open task manager to kill DFServ.exe, even if I open it almost instantly the DFServ.exe process doesn't apear, only FrzState2k.exe, and I can't kill it directly. If I use process hacker to kill it, the next time I boot deep freeze contiues as always. Anyway I try the other thing that is shown in the bottom of the page you linked, thank you!
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Click on start then on run. Type msconfig and enter.

Can you see if you can locate DFServ.exe or FrzState2k.exe under the services or start tabs.