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Your computer is infected by virus. if you have any anti virus in your OS update it form Internet and complete scan your computer. If you have not any anti virus just download Antivir free anti virus and scan your computer.
download this small tool hare to re enable your registry.....
In order to disable the Anti-Virus components of Webroot Anti-Virus you must
go to two separate sections: Anti-Virus Shield Disabling 1. Click
on the Options button on the left hand side of Webroot Anti-Virus 2. Go
to the Shields tab of the Options Menu 3. Under the section labeled
Anti-Virus Protection, take the checkmark out of the Protect against Viruses
box. Anti-Virus Sweep Disabling 1. Click on the Options button on the left
hand side of Webroot Anti-Virus 2. On the Sweep tab, put the dot into
Custom Sweep (please note you can only disable Anti-Virus Sweeps by using the
Custom Sweep option) 3. Under the section labeled Sweep Settings Summary,
click the Change Settings link which is next to Custom Sweep Settings 4.
A Custom Sweep box will appear with various sections to click on. Click on the
What To Sweep button on the left side of this Custom Sweep box. 5. On
this screen, take the checkmark out of Sweep for Viruses under the Viruses
section. 6. Click the OK button at the bottom of this screen and you will
be returned to the Sweep tab. (Again please note that you can only disable
Anti-Virus Sweeps by using the Custom Sweep Option which will now be
If you are experiencing low performance and your task manager is also disabled then most probably your computer is infected by a virus. Update your antivirus and run complete scan. If you are not using any malware or spyware i'll recommend you to install malwarebytes you can download free version from malwarebytes.org and also install good spyware. Hope that helps
the easiest way to get taskmanager working is to use Smitfraud fix located here
download and run "clean" and when it asks if you want to clean the registry press "Y" for yes this works 95% of the time there will be a side effect where your clock will show military time, to fix go to control panel and select "regional and Langauge" settings (something to that effect) and then go under "regional settings" should be the default tab, click on customize then select the time tab, and under time select the following option ""hh:mm:ss tt""
try going to the registry hive and change the value that is stated below.
Type:REG_DWORD Value:1=Enablethis key, that is DISABLE
TaskManager Value:0=Disablethis key,
that is Don't Disable, Enable TaskManager
restart the PC if the changes didn't take effect immediately.
Task Manager can be disabled by 2 main ways..  Either there is a virus on your machine-- Or It was manually disabled. --The 1st solution is to get an anti virus which is up to date and run a virus scan to delete the viruses that maybe present.
--The second solution is that on your START MENU, click on "run". On 'run' type "gpedit.msc".. Under the "User Configuration" , click on " Administrative Templates".. Then you double click on "system" .Double click on "Ctrl+Alt+Del Options"... Double Click on " Remove Task Manager" and click on "Disable"... Click on "Apply" and "Ok" Your Task Manager should now work !!!