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System Hang And Task Manager Disabled


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#1 deepika

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Posted 25 October 2007 - 08:03 AM

:thumbsup: please give me solution to resolve this task manager disable problem

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Posted 25 October 2007 - 08:10 AM

Hi there deepika, welcome to BC!

If you could give us some more details about your problem, it'd go a long ways towards us helping you solve it!

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Posted 25 October 2007 - 08:21 AM

There is a Microsoft Knowledge Base article that addresses this issue, "Task Manager has been disabled by your administrator" error message.
Two warnings. If this was not caused by a malware or system error do not modify the computer. If this is a work or school computer you could be fired or ex spelled.
Two, you are going to modify your registry BACK UP YOUR REGISTRY!!!!! I cannot stress how important backing up your registry is. If you make a mistake you can end up reinstalling your operating system.
I use, trust, and recommend ERUNT Registry Backup. It is a great freeware utility that backs up your registry.
I back up my registry once a week. I burn it to a CD. If you use a multi-session CD you can get almost 2 yrs of backup to one CD.

As far as the System Hanging, have you checked the Event Viewer located in the Administrative Tools?

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