You just could not download any video file on YouTube?! Even the “Download It” option did not show up?! Or your currently installed version of Free Download Manager has always made Mozilla Firefox freeze?!
To save or download the YouTube videos, you need to check the below things: 1) If you are running a 32-bit Windows 7 / Windows Vista Operating System, make sure that you’ve turned on the 7′s or the Vista’s UAC. 2) Ensure that you had the official installer package installed and that, you have the full administrative privileges to run it. 3) ensure that you’ve enabled the option “Show ‘Download It’ button (Internet Explorer and Firefox only)” for the Flash Video – Flash video downloads section, which can be found in Options – Settings – you can direct click on the blue Gears icon on its left top of its main platform. And for the issue of frozen Mozilla FF (even Aurora), again, you need to ensure that you’re running the most recent version of Free Download Manager on your 32-bit Web browsers. Similarly, if you encountered the download issue in Google’s Chrome browser, please check the related details on the basic information about the fundamental alteration for your system, 32-bit or 64-bit. If you have changed your mind about what you had installed on your computer, you can follow or review the below effective solutions to fully remove or uninstall Free Download Manager from your Windows-based machine. If the following manual solution just cannot help you uninstall Free Download Manager, please switch to the automatic option.
Solution One: Run the Uninstall Free Download Manager Application (the default uninstaller)
- Click on the Windows Start button >> if you’re running a Windows 7/Vista machine, you then click on the All Programs; or you look into the Programs on your Windows XP SP3 computer.
- You need to scroll up your mouse, then locate the Free Download Manager on the menu, single click on it; and then scroll down the application list in it, launch the final application, Uninstall Free Download Manager to automatically remove or uninstall Free Download Manager from your computer.
- Then you need to select the Yes option from Windows’ UAC to continue to uninstall Free Download Manager. Read or review the details on it below.
- Program name: unins000.exe
- Publisher: Unknown
- File origin: Hard drive on this computer
- Program location: “C:\Program Files\Free Download Manager\unins000.exe” /INITPROCWND=$40518
Solution Two: Find and run the following unins000(.exe) in to uninstall Free Download Manager
Tip 1 This way will also help you fully uninstall Free Download Manager software.
- Right-click on the shortcut file of Free Download Manager application on Desktop, scroll down the right menu; select the Properties on it.
- Then you click on the Open File Location tab on the Shortcut tab; or the “Find Target…” on your XP (SP2/SP3) machine.
- Then you will see the below Free Download Manager folder; and then you can click the OK, Cancel or the Close button on Free Download Manager Properties above to go on to uninstall Free Download Manager.
- Scroll down the created files in the above folder, or you can also press the [U] key to fast locate and run the below unins000 application to uninstall Free Download Manager, which is the default remover for the Free Download Manager software. See more information about it (by Visit VirusTotal).
- Type of file: Application (.exe) / Win32 EXE
- Description: Setup/Uninstall
- Size: 1.11 MB (1,174,467 bytes)
- Size on disk: 1.12 MB (1,175,552 bytes)
- File version: 51.1052.0.0
- Language: Language Neutral
- SHA256: de10efaa6211207fe1b3d9fd2fb08c2b663cd8519975331447622714d9979736
- SHA1: 2aa1b499f81a919630f0a371556dd01feeb5a87e
- MD5: 4567d76761d71a2afc108d2ee116c138
- Detection ratio: 0 / 42
- Analysis date: 2012-08-18 03:08:27 UTC ( 0 minutes ago )
Tip 2 For advanced Windows users, you can also copy and paste the below path in Windows Explorer’s Address Bar, [C:\Program Files\Free Download Manager\unins000.exe] to directly uninstall Free Download Manager. (Note: It depends the installation directory of Free Download Manager.) >> press the Enter key >> review or follow the rest of the wizards to uninstall Free Download Manager.
Solution Three: Launch Windows Uninstall option to uninstall Free Download Manager
- Click the Start >> the Settings or the Control Panel directly >> the Uninstall a program / Add or Remove Programs.
- Highlight the following Free Download Manager (3.9), you then direct launch it from the list to automatically uninstall Free Download Manager from your computer.
- Select the Yes from the Free Download Manager Uninstall window; follow it to complete the process. Easy, huhh?
- Save and reboost your Windows-based machine.
Expand Section: Detect and remove unneeded leftover files and registry keys to cleanly uninstall Free Download Manager
WARNING To prevent any unexpected errors that occurs in your system and/or in Registry Editor, I strongly recommend you first back up the optimized, clean system and the registry files. For more regular computer starters, download the smart uninstall tool to effectively find and remove those unwanted or problematic data associated with the Free Download Manager application. Also, see the related uninstall error below.
Note While you try to uninstall Free Download Manager, you may would encounter the Uninstall error above, “File ‘C:\Program Files\Free Download Manager\unins000.dat’ does not exist. Cannot Uninstall.”.
Related FAQs & Help Centre
- How to get the software information on my Free Download Manager?
- Run your Free Download Manager, right-click on the blue Download button on your desktop >> scroll up the menu you will see, select the About Free Download Manager option on it >> you’ll then read the below instructions, which also would keep you safe from those reported FAKE versions. Learn more
- Version: 3.9 build 1249
- Copyright: FreeDownloadManager[dot]ORG , 2003-2012
- Click here to contact us
- Click here to download the latest version
- Or, you visit the About Free Download Manager in Help menu
Note To prevent and automatically fix known/unknown bugs in Free Download Manager, please make your downloader up-to-date. Or, you can also enable the option “Automatically download and install updates” in Essential – Update portion. See the related screen shot below for more tips.
Review: The Official Installation Process of Free Download Manager
Note The first Setup by Free Download Manager will inform you that “FDM Community options. You can benefit from community-powered spyware protection and community-edited download reviews database. Free Download Manager allows its users to exchange opinions about the downloads and warn each other about malicious downloads. In order to use these features you should enable FDM Community Options in your Free Download Manager. In this case Free Download Manager will contact our server before each download to receive information about it, so that you could know other users opinions about the download and be warned against malicious downloads. (Option: ) Enable FDM Community options. You can disable or reenable these features at any time by selecting Options | Download options | FFDM Community dialog box. There you can also customize these features and enable/disable some options.”.
Note The second Setup window will tell the below tips: Bittorrent protocol support. Free Download Manager can download files using Bittorrent protocol. Here you can choose enable or disable the support of this protocol in Free Download Manager. Also you can enable or disable it later at any time using appropriate options. (Option: ) Enable Bittorrent protocol support now. Note that when Bittorrent is enabled and there are some Bittorrent downloads in the list of downloads, Free Download Manager will generate upload traffic even if there are no running downloads currently. This is required by Bittorrent protocol specification. However you may limit the upload speed in the options of Bittorrent protocol.
Note To speed up your Windows’ boot time, you can disable the Launch Free Download Manager automatically at Windows startup for the Select Additional Tasks, asking “Which additional tasks should be performed?”
- Again, right-click on the Free Download Manager icon on your desktop, scroll up, then you run the “Create flash video download” option on it
- Copy and paste the URL of any video file in the “Web page:” item, informing “Enter the URL of the web page you want to download flash videos from. Note that this page must already be loaded in your browser and videos should be playing.”. Then click OK
- In case that you would encounter the below download error, please check the video file and its URL
- You can view your download(s) via visiting the Recent downloads / Start/Stop/Pause all downloads on the menu. Moreover, you enable the Show downloading progress window option, the Display options when downloading and the Check each new download before downloading if it is malicious (Note: By default, the value in the Consider download malicious if minimum is set to 10 (% of users marked it as malicious)) in Essential. In the History, you can modify the options for the Keep records within and the Maximum numbers of records – you can manually remove the download(s) history via clicking on the Clear history
Note The Free Download Manager would then tell you that “Failed to found (find?) information about this web page. Please force your browser to reload it.”.
If you just could NOT reset the previously installed edition of FDM to its factory values through the above tips and the ones in its Help documentation or visiting its official support forum, OR you now follow the below video demo and download the perfect uninstall tool for Windows to remove or uninstall Free Download Manager, then you reinstall it using newer edition of it.
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