Friday, March 27, 2009

How to Enable or Disable RegEdit, Task Manager and CMD

Regedit, Task Manager and cmd; These are the most common thing computer virus will target at. Before they infect any other places, they will first disable your access to those 3 and it is always an indicator for users that something is wrong. That is also the moment when people start to panicking around if they have due assignments or projects with their computers. Usually, most people will just declare a full scan using their antivirus praying to God that He still gives the computer a chance to live. No? I think it is just me then.

Sometimes, after the scanning and cleaning, even though the virus itself has gone, it still may leave some traces of it: your Regedit, Task Manager, cmd and Folder Options (occasionally) are still disabled. Then what is your first approach for this?

Today, I have just found out another good vbs scripts. These scripts can enable and disable your Regedit, Task Manager and cmd easily just by double clicking.

Although its effectiveness has not been tested during the virus or trojan infection, it is still necessary to have these scripts on hand for just-in-case. Here are the direct download links for:

[ RegSwitch ] [ TaskmgrSwitch ] [ cmdSwitch ]


The scripts are solely developed by prashanthpai, from a forum. If you find these scripts have helped you in some way, you may consider to leave a thanks for him.

I know some of the antiviruses may have detected the download links as an embedded Trojan, but the scripts themselves are totally safe to use. You should not worry about that. They are detected as Trojan because the scripts can alter your Windows configuration i.e. the task manager, regedit and cmd.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

thank you very much! :)

Anonymous said...

Maraming Salamat... (Thank you very much...) Keeap on doing programs that helps us when we have PC Problems... thanks again...

POGING LAMIG said...

thank you very much..this is a big help..

onickz said...

still not working... :'(

Anonymous said...

Maraming salamat..(thanks you very much)....this is big help..i already enable my task manager and regedit... ^^,

nathan said...

Thank you so much this has been very helpful... More power!!! Hope to help you in some other ways...

Red said...

thanx bro. . it help a lot

godbless!

Red said...

tanx a lot bro. .
godbless!

michael sinco said...

-michael sinco - hehehe... hi maraming salamat poh talaga very effective poh... kung pwede pohh may bago kayong mag natuklasan inform me plz... napakalaki poh nga gamit nito sa akin... salamat...

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh.. I hope you know how happy I am. Thank you like a billion times! I spent MONTHS just to fix this problem. Thank you!!!!! :) God bless you. Thanks!!!!!!

nova said...

BRILLIANT!!! MILLION THANKS PAL!^_^

Intong said...

The Taskmanager enabler is not successful in my case. I was wondering why when I run the script, it install SPSS 12.0 for Windows in which I cancelled the operation.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Alot... Ang galing nito!

yenzee said...

A BIG thanks sir.. We are blessed^^

masdjab said...

download, extract, right click *.INF file, then click Install

command prompt enabler:
http://www.ziddu.com/download/11319745/enable_cmd.zip.html

regedit enabler:
http://www.ziddu.com/download/12080833/enable_reg.zip.html

run menu enabler:
http://www.ziddu.com/download/12081005/enable_run.zip.html

Anonymous said...

thanks!!! it works!

Anonymous said...

...thanks a Lot..!!
^_^ it works..!!!

Anonymous said...

tnx alot! :D

Anonymous said...

Thank you sooooo much

Anonymous said...

Terima kasih saya ucapkan sedalam-dalamnya atas bantuan anda(I would like to thank you very much for your help)

Rohit Solanki said...

THANXS FRND,IT REALLY WORKZZZ