Task Manager Disabled???

Posted by Shashank Krishna Thursday, January 15, 2009


sharethis: Task manager is such an important tool in Windows XP Which describes the functions and applications running on your system which you can’t see.
It is also helpful in terminating the process which is not responding.
If such an important tool is disabled on your pc, Then don’t get frustrated.
Here’s the solution for enabling it.
1. Click “START” button and go to “RUN” and type ‘regedit’
2. Registry window will be opened,
Then Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER-->SOFTWARE-->MICROSOFT-->WINDOWS
-->CURRENT VERSION

3.Create a Key “System”
4.In System, create a new”DWORD”Value: Disable Task Mgr
5.Set the Data value to 0 to enable Task Manager.

If you were blocked from accessing the registry at the first point
then try this
REG add HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v DisableRegistryTools /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f

Sometimes, a virus such Brontok variants could disable your built-in Windows registry editing tool, which is regedit. It might also because of limited account’s level access where you are only a normal user and not an administrator with full access of the system. Now, one simple way to indicate the problem is whenever you are trying to open the regedit program through “run”, you will get the following message:
“Registry Editing Has Been Disabled By Your Administrator”
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