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#1 billbob

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 02:49 PM

My Problem:

After running a Recovery ( Vista 32bit Home Premium) I am suddenly Unable to Install or Uninstall Programs (Need Permission) even though I did not create a Password and I Allow anyone Total Access to the computer... Some where in the Recovery Setup I must have not checked or unchecked a box or some other simple proceedure... I have tried to retrace my setup steps to correct this problem to no avail, Vey Frustrating !

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 03:29 PM

hi,,,, do you mean the UAC,,, user account control ??? the screen goes dark and it asks you if you want to do this,,, that one?? if so then this is turned off in user accounts in control panel.
good luck.

hi,,,, do you mean the UAC,,, user account control ??? the screen goes dark and it asks you if you want to do this,,, that one?? if so then this is turned off in user accounts in control panel.
good luck.
Figgis,,,, LUFC

#3 Romeo29

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 05:32 PM

Turning off UAC :
You need admin level access to make these changes. Download this file enable_disable_UAC.zip on your desktop and decompress the contents to a folder. Double-click on disable_UAC.reg. UAC prompt would open up asking to Allow or Disallow. You should choose to Allow. If you are running as a standard user UAC will also ask to log on as an administrator. When registry editor asks Do you want to continue?, answer Yes. Now restart your computer and find UAC gone!




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