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Safe Eyes application installation crashes PC


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dreadpiratedaz2

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My PC is stuck at the 'Please wait' screen in the bootup for windows vista. This happens also when I switch to 'safe mode' and 'safe mode with networking' after giving it a hard boot a few times. I am not really qualified to go to the c:\ and start fiddling around.

It happened after I loaded up a filter application called Safe Eyes. At the end of the installation process an error message came up: it mentioned a 'fatal error' and something to do with a filter application (another application? Avast and Adaware are also on my computer), and being unable to load some dll file. I ignored it like a idiot and hit reboot. It has been stuck ever since at the Please wait screen for vista. It automatically tries to reboot itself but its still stuck and useless.

I need my computer for my home business so - if poss - would appreciate some help today. Tech support doesn't open for Safe Eyes in another 5 hours as I'm in the UK and I'll need to see 2 clients by then. Any help would be appreciated.

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Darren
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HI,
just control of my PC back and removed safe eyes. Will wait for safe eyes tech support to help.
cheers anyway

Darren
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