May 26th, 2004, 07:07 PM
k Guys , the problim is that i had infected with aGtbot , is disabled My Ctrl+Alt+Del in my user (windows XP as i sayed , and its Administrator user the bot, but its affect is still ... i cant open the regedit or Crtl+Alt+del .. `cos the virus had disabled them ... how can i enable them back ?! , in another users i can use them .. just in 1 user i can it says that the Administrator disabled at .. all i want 2 know is how 2 enable them again ,, i have access 2 all users (include Administrator ) ..
Thnx 4 helping
May 26th, 2004, 07:26 PM
The only way you can enable them is by removing the malware that is blocking them. It is running.....I have given you an online scanner and a tool.
Anyway, why do you want to enable these items for only some profiles..........why not just log on as administrator and create new accounts with the authorities you want?
This malware does not edit user profiles.............if those facilities are disabled then you ARE infected, and the malware IS running.
If this is not the case, then the profiles are corrupted and need to be replaced.
I hope that explains.
May 26th, 2004, 07:57 PM
i find it hard to beleive that it is your own home computer you are using, as most home users would be a tad worried if they have a trojan/worm/virus on their computer.
You seem more worried with getting regedit and the task manager active............why???
Its more likely you are using a computer that has the task manager and regedit disabled for a security reason, proberbly so people like you can mess up the workings of the computer!
// Its not worth telling him how to remove virus's anymore cause he aint interested.
May 26th, 2004, 08:30 PM
he's trying to gain administrative to the computer...which is not his own, and now he's stuck because he screwed himself over. Live and learn my friend. Listen to what we told you and stop being a spoiled little brat.
May 26th, 2004, 10:55 PM
third post from the top on page one:
If this is not your personnal computer and if you are on a network, make sure your system administrator is aware of the problems.
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May 26th, 2004, 11:36 PM
The gentleman says that:
1. It IS his computer
2. He has access to all accounts, including Administrator.
So why doesn't he just log in as administrator, delete any defective accounts and create new ones?
There comes a time when you don't wonder about the marvels of Microsoft, you just fix them?
Unless, heavens forbid, he is lying to us.....................................
May 27th, 2004, 12:37 AM
He does claim it's his though.
have avirus in my coumputer
It just surprises me that he hasn't got it taken care of yet after all the guidance. Not having some privileges might make it more difficult though.
i have access 2 all users (include Administrator ) ..
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May 27th, 2004, 01:44 AM
Anyone asked this joker if he can right click on the task bar and get to the task manager this way??
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May 27th, 2004, 04:54 AM
What about pressing ctrl + shift + esc to open the task manager, does that work on your machine?
Correct me if i'm wrong... doesn't the group policy editor (local computer policy) hold a method to stop users of some groups from entering administration commands? such as disabling access to the task manager?
You are so bored that you are reading my signature?
May 27th, 2004, 11:28 AM
CTL + Shift + Escape - thats a new one for me, i dont think I have ever heard of that before!
Does the job though!