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Software When i am loading software on Vitsa home it wont load and comes up with messages saying that i need administrator rights but i am the only person using this computer

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Some how you have user account setup incorrectly. Go to Start, Control Panel, User Accounts, User Accounts and change Account Type. That should solve your problems.

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