troubleshooting Question

Program Bar dosen't function and Program freezes

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When I run the code below it freezes up and the progress bar dosen't function. Can someone let me know where I went wrong, what I did wrong, and methods to fix the problems? Thanks and I appreciate it.
Private Sub cmdYesD_Click()
    Dim File1 As File
    Dim Folder1 As Folder
    Dim FileCollection As Folder
    Dim fso As New FileSystemObject
    Dim strRegion2 As String
    Dim intDays2 As Integer
    Dim intDelete As Integer
    Dim intDeleteFolder As Integer
    Dim TotalFiles As Integer
    Dim ProcessedFiles As Integer
    strRegion2 = Me.txtRegionConf.Text
    intDays2 = Me.txtInputDays.Text
    ProcessedFiles = 0
    'intDelete = 0
    'intDeleteFolder = 0
'Deletes Files
    If fso.FolderExists("Z:\" & strRegion2 & "\Customer\Output") Then
        Set FileCollection = fso.GetFolder("Z:\" & strRegion2 & "\Customer\Output")
'Set progress bar maximum to files + folders
        TotalFiles = FileCollection.Files.Count + FileCollection.SubFolders.Count
        Me.ProgressBar1.Max = TotalFiles
'search for and delete files
        'Call Cleanfiles
        For Each File1 In FileCollection.Files
'Move Progressbar
            ProcessedFiles = ProcessedFiles + 1
            Me.ProgressBar1.Value = ProcessedFiles
                If DateDiff("d", FileDateTime(File1), Now) >= intDays2 Then
                    fso.DeleteFile (File1)
                    intDelete = intDelete + 1
                End If
        'Call Cleanfolders
        For Each Folder1 In FileCollection.SubFolders
'Move Progressbar
            ProcessedFiles = ProcessedFiles + 1
            Me.ProgressBar1.Value = ProcessedFiles
        Do Until TotalFiles
                If DateDiff("d", Folder1.DateCreated, Now) >= intDays2 Then
                    fso.DeleteFolder (Folder1)
                    intDeleteFolder = intDeleteFolder + 1
                End If
  MsgBox "Complete.  Deleted: " & vbCrLf & intDelete & " files and " & vbCrLf & intDeleteFolders & " Folders"
        Call RegionError
    End If
End Sub
Public Function RegionError()
    'If fso.FolderExists("Z:\" & strRegion2 & "\Customer\Output") = False Then
                    MsgBox "Error: Region not Found"
                'End If
End Function
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