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Task Manager and Administrator failures

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Hey everyone, not sure where to go with this problem...

Not to long ago, I had a MAJOR virus problem on my computer. Once I successfully got everything removed,
I noticed afew changes which I can't restore. I'm using Windows XP 64bit.

My Task Manager has been disabled, registry editing permission removed (from administrator) and when I
type "gpedit.msc" in Run, well, I can't change what I need there according to google responses.
People say enter Group Policy, go into Administrative Templates, then SYSTEM... and so on. But that's the thing.
There is no System file anywhere in my Group Policy window. Not even hidden.

Anyone have any idea of what to do? And that is, WITHOUT being forced to reinstall my operating system?
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