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I can't open my add/remove programs window in control pane', nor can I open my systems (from desktop or control panel)

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There too much reason we had any problem with the windows menu etc.. maybe because missi any registery, our computer are infected with any malware, trouble with registery key, missing any registery or component etc..

there are some tips 4 u

a) To fix the problem with missing any registery key

open the command prompt by click on start menu-->run or start menu-->accesoris-->command prompt.. after did these following

  1. type CMD.EXE prompt.
  2. Type regsvr32 mshtml.dll and press Enter and OK.
  3. Type regsvr32 shdocvw.dll -i and press Enter and OK.
  4. Type regsvr32 shell32.dll -i and press Enter and OK
i hope this one will work :)

if u still have the problem :
b) try cc cleaner tool or:
c) if u have another account try open it with each account if not work try with safe mode or:
d) update your anti virus and scan ur computer then
e) put your windows cd and run the fix menu appear or:
f) restore ur computer setting start-->control panel-->system-->system restore tab.or:
g) reinstall ur windows..

i hope u luck

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It sounds like the work of an old virus, which changes names all the time.

MS Antivirus
Has gone by names like XP Antivirus, Antivirus Pro, Antivirus 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 360.

Usually pops up looking like an official Microsoft Windows Antivirus program, and fools users. Easily picked up from any website.

Will not let the owner/administrator access administrative tasks, such as Control Panel, System Tools, Task Manager and a host of others.

To get rid of it I suggest using the free version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.

1.Here is information about Malwarebytes on Wikipedia,

2.This is the download page for the free version of Malwarebytes,

On this page go to the left side, and click on Download Now (3.86MB)

After you download the program Double-click on the file name. (If you do not have your downloads, set to save to your My Documents folder, this file will go to your desktop screen)

Install it, and run the program. As you're running Malwarebytes you'll notice pop-up, after pop-up.

So many in fact, that you may not be able to see the Malwarebytes screen. Note, that it is indeed running. If you click on the pop-ups, it will just slow Malwarebytes down.

Some of the pop-ups are genuine from Microsoft. Some are fake, and look just like the real ones!

The program takes an average of 35 to 42 minutes, to run. Depends on how large your harddrive is, and how much info you have on it.

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You probably do not have the admin right. Try logging in as administrator or a user with administrator right. You may need to boot windows into safe mode to login as administrator to assign admin right to the user you login as. I will try helping you if you need more help.

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Try switching users ..... maybe you don't have admin rights on your current user profile

go to control panel and user accounts. if you don't have admin rights, you can switch users and give any of your users admin rights.

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