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Help with Alt+Ctrl+Delete


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Insane Tadpole

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When ever I press Alt+Ctrl+Delete it pops up a window saying "Task Manager has been disabled by your administrator." My XP virson is Home and it isn't hooked up to another computers.... cheers
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Are you the adminstrator on your computer?

Click Start
Click Control Panel
Go to Users and accounts
And make sure your account is Computer Adminstrator.
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Are you the adminstrator on your computer?

Click Start
Click Control Panel
Go to Users and accounts
And make sure your account is Computer Adminstrator.

Yeah i am Computer Adminstrator.
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Try running it in safe mode.

Reboot your computer.
Keep tapping F8 when you get past the BIOS till you see a menu.
Choose Safe Mode.
Choose the Administrator account.
Try running CTL + ALT + Delete...
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I have seen this problem many times before. Have you recently installed any Internet Cafe Software? Because if so this will most likely be causing it.

Edited by bobbobagan, 13 January 2007 - 08:31 PM.

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I have seen this problem many times before. Have you recently installed any Internet Cafe Software? Because if so this will most likely be causing it.

cheers, i have fixed the problem.
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Will you share with us *how* your fixed your problem? :whistling: Thanks!
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