Access denied in even cmd.exe with elevated privileges

Hello

Have a problem to run several commands in cmd.exe on Windows Vista Home Premium SP2.
Even when I select run as administrator at the launch of cmd.exe, many commands such as chkdsk, ping, tracert, net user, etc just respond with access is denied.
I tried to boot into safe mode and Startup Repair running (which is no problem).
When I press F8 at startup and go to repair and try to select the 'Administrator' account, it is said, has turned off and I have to use another administrator account.
If I open a command prompt after booting in safe mode, all of the above commands run without problem. While in the safe mode command prompt, I tried "net user administrator / Active: Yes" which made no difference (IE. "I don't see yet any administrator account).
I also tried to boot into the Trinity Rescue disk and deliverance winpass-u "administrator." I was expecting it to request a new password, but it does not so do not know if it worked. Whatever he did, it made no difference.
A little puzzled. Can someone help me determine what is the problem?

You can try to create a new user account (Administrator) and check if the problem persists. If the problem persists then unfortunately you must perform a custom installation (all data will be saved to the Windows.old folder) but if the luck and the new user account works, then you can delete the existing account.

See you soon.

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