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Windows taskmanager's all screwed up


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Spartan1475

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Hi,
I recenetly ran into some trouble with my taskmanager, which is more of an anoyance than anything else. Whenever I press ctrl+alt+delete, my taskmanager will pop up as it should, but it will be on processes to start off with. Then it wont let me change to anythiong else, because there is no upper part of the taskmanager, instead of seeing the top part with the X at the top right hand corner, and file and help, and changing it from proceses to tasks, all i see is the list of tasks, the only way i can close it is to end the taskmanagers process. Again this is more an anoyance than anything else but if sumone culd help me with it I'ld b most appreciative.
Mike
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Hopefully, you double click it at the top
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wow, uhh, i dont think u know how stupid i feel right now.
Well thanks, and sorry to bother you with something that dumb, wow uhmm, i dont know what to say, lol.
But uhh thanks,
Mike
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Just in case you need the technicals for it

http://support.micro...kb/314227/en-us

Thank You for letting me know
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