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#20204 16-Mar-2008 19:03
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I recently got some viruses on my computer. I quickly scaned and removed them. But since then I have not been able to access task manager through any means. And when i try and open it through a link I get the message: Task manager has been disabled by your administrator. But Im the administrator.

How can i get my task manager back?

I run on widows vista home Premium.

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  #116979 16-Mar-2008 19:09
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Have you tried this yet? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555480




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#116992 16-Mar-2008 20:31
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Thanks manhinli that was a great link. My task manager is working again =P

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