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Restore Task Manager, Regedit and Folder Options Disabled by Virus

Written By Akshay Prabhale on Thursday, February 6, 2014 | 6:17 AM

Let's face it. All of us have been infected by virus before. Even if you have anti-virus installed, you can still be infected by a new or custom virus that is not recognized by your anti-virus. Sometimes after removing the virus completely from our system, you'll face new problems such as you can no longer bring up Windows Task Manager from CTRL+ALT+DEL. You get the error message saying "Task Manager has been disabled by your administrator"....



You think that it's easy to fix this problem by going to Registry Editor but you can't! You get the error message "Registry editing has been disabled by your administrator".


Folder Options and even Show Hidden Files & Folder is disabled! How frustrating! Don't worry, here's how to restore your Windows Task Manager, Registry Editor, Folder Options and Show hidden files & folders.

This problem is most commonly caused by a virus called "Brontok". Brontok virus will make some changes to the system restrictions in order to hide itself from easy detection and also from easy cleaning.

Here's a free tool called Remove Restrictions Tool (RRT) which is able to re-enables all what the virus had previously disabled, and gives you back the control over your own computer.


Remove Restrictions Tool is able to re-enable:
- Registry Tools (regedit)
- Ctrl+Alt+Del
- Folder Options
- Show Hidden Files

Small and easy to use. Make sure you boot in to Safe Mode to use Remove Restrictions Tool (RRT). Just click on the buttons and it'll do it's job.




Click Here to download

Safe Computing



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How to Chat With Command Prompt

Step 1: Open notepad then type:
@echo off
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=User:
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Pause
Goto A
 
Step 2: When you're finished, click on file, save as, then save it as messenger.bat
 
Step 3: Go to control panel (make sure you are in Classic View). Click on "administrative tools", then click on "services". 
 
Step 4: Now find the "messenger" service in the list on the right, then open it. You'll see "startup type" which should be disabled, so click on that and select "manual". 

Step 5: Now press the start button in the upper right hand corner of the window (not the green start button), and click apply.
 
Step 6: Next, do the same procedure on the remote computer. Until this service is activated on that PC, or you won't be able to use this!  
 
 
 
Step7: Now click on the messenger file you made. Since it is a batch file it will open with cmd (command prompt). It should show "MESSENGER" at the top and "User:" below that. Type the IP address of the remote computer. If it is in the network, then when you type the message next, it should send it to them. It will be likewise on the other computer. DONE!! ;)
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