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System administrator my computer is not recognizing me as a system adminstrator. i have no option to get to my control panel and a pop up comes up saying report to my system adminstator. but i am the administrator. HELP!

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  • mjamerson Jan 22, 2009

    I have XP, and i've been having this problem for a year now.

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I guess this is Vista?

tried making another log -on and going from there?

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