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#1 salman8981823653

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 09:25 PM

hi m salman n m havin a prob witma windows xpcoz of a virus many programz r run when i start ma computer n when i try to turn on task maneger it says tht ur task maneger has been disabled by ur adminestreter plz tel me wat to do

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 01:02 AM

Hello,

While we do appreciate your trust in coming to us for help. We need to make a request of you before proceeding. Help us help you. According to the forum rules which you may have overlooked when you registered one of them stated: "When posting, please use proper grammar. Refrain from 'text-message' style substitutions of words like 'u' for 'you', and 'ur' for 'your'. This is a multi-national forum, and some of our non-english speaking members must use translation software which is confused by abbreviations. Most of our volunteer members are very busy helping as many people as they can, and a post that is hard to read will often be overlooked."

We would be disappointed if your first topic was overlooked and not responded to for a minor oversight. If you would be so kind as to repost your issue as a reply here following those simple guidelines. This will ensure I know you have seen this reply. We here at Bleeping Computer would be grateful. Thank you for your understanding.

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