System administrator has disabled windows image backup and system
System administrator has disabled windows image backup and system.
* original title - no Windows backup and system image.*
and delete all the entries 'disable '.
Until 3/12 my computer was fine, then suddenly, it presents the message that the administrator has disabled the Task Manager and registry editor. I did not anything that would affect other files only by using the Task Manager to monitor the activity. I'm unable to fix this problem and need help. Thanks in advance for any help.
Your computer is infected. You may be able to clean it, but based on your user name and your message, I would say that you would be better to take it to a competent local professional. I don't mean to hurt your feelings, just to be practical.
Go through these stages of systematically General malware removal:
Include analysis with David Lipman's Multi_AV of and follow the instructions to do all scans in Mode without failure. Read the Special Notes about the use of Multi_AV in Vista.
http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/page2.html#Multi-AV - instructions
http://tinyurl.com/yoeru3 - download link and further instructions
When it failed, download Guided Help. Choose one of the specialty forums listed on the first link. Save and read his FAQ display. PLEASE DO NOT DISTRIBUTE NEWSPAPERS IN MS FORUMS
If you can't do the work yourself (and there is no shame in admitting this isn't your cup of tea), take the machine to a professional computer repair shop (not your local equivalent of BigComputerStore/GeekSquad). Please be aware that not all shops are skilled at removing malware, and even if they are, your computer may be so infested that Windows will have to be properly installed. If possible, have all your data backed up before taking the machine into a shop.
MS - MVP - Elephant Boy computers - don't panic!
I work the iMac with bootcamp for Windows 7 - Home Premium.
I want to return to the system image and data etc. of the 'Windows Back up and Restore' to my Synology NAS (network attached storage). When I do the setting changes, I could not find the option to connect to the NAS, but have only the offer to connect to the external hard drive.
(1) the 'Windows Back up and Restore' allows to connect to the NAS for the back of my files, in particular for the iamge system? If not, any other method to make the back upward, especially for the system image?
(2) what is the procedure how to make my system image backup and data through Windows NAS Server?
Original title: save the Windows image
Backup to a network location is not supported by Windows 7 Home Premium. Do you need Windows 7 Professional or ultimate edition.
I recently discovered that my Windows 7 backup and restore does not work properly and need help to fix it. The backup runs daily, but it seems that he spared not the files that have been generated in the last month or so. For example, I was not able to restore files that have been created last week, even if they have been backed up yesterday.
Any questions/comments that might relate to the question above:
-J' had to upgrade to Windows 10 for 1 month and then downgraded to Windows 7, about a month earlier due to some software doesn't work only with Windows 10.
-Last week, I realized that my automatic backup didn't work automatically. I found the problem is due to a corrupt image of task in Task Scheduler I could fix. I have developed from my backup with the recommended settings settings, and I discovered that the problem of missing file today.
-J' still have a problem with the images of task corrupted because when I open the Task Scheduler, I get about 70 errors which "XXXX task: the task image is damaged or has been tampered with." Any help
Help for backup and the Task Scheduler issues would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!!
Thanks for posting your query to the Microsoft forum. I will definitely help you with this.
This could be due to corruption on the system files, please follow the methods below.
Step 1: I suggest you to re-create the Task Scheduler.
Steps to re-create the Task Scheduler
- Click Start; in the start search type regedit.exe and press ENTER. (If you get a consent prompt, click Yes).
- Navigate to the following location. HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Schedule keys and remove its subkeys.
- Save the changes and then close the registry editor.
Now check if the Task Scheduler works.
Note: The steps mentioned below includes the modification of the system registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Step 2: Perform the scan SFC
I suggest that you can exercise SFC scan and check if that helps. The sfc/scannow command analyzes all protected system files and replaces incorrect versions with appropriate Microsoft versions. It is a Windows utility that allows users to find corruptions in Windows system files and restore the damaged files.
Please answer us with this information and the current state of your computer, we will be happy to help you further.
Thank you best regards &,.
When I try to change the desktop icons in the control panel items, customization, I get the error message
Your system administrator has disabled launching of the panel display.
I am the administrator and I am not aware that I did.
I tried to find answers by research and found information on the use of the Group Policy Editor. To configure user/models of administration/Control Panel / display the parameter disable the panel display is currently set to not configured. I tried to change it to disable (i.e. disable disable it then activate) but it has no effect.
Please someone be kind would help me so that I can change my desktop icons.
To resolve this problem, you can do a simple registry fix using the Windows Registry Editor.
un) start the registry editor by pressing the Windows key + R to run the control box and then type regedit and press on Enter.
(b) access HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System
(c) If you have an entry for NoDispCPL, double-click it to open it
(d) otherwise you can create it by going to the Edit menu and selecting new then DWORD value
(e) enter a name of NoDispCPL and press enter
Once you have this entry you have to double click it and set the value to 0
When you are finished, close the registry editor. The change will take effect immediately.
Please post with the State of the question.
I get the following message when I try to change the screen saver in the control panel:
"Your system administrator has disabled launching of the display settings control panel."
I am the administrator. My computer was before my husband, but he doesn't remember to disable anything until he gave it to me. What can I do to restore it?
Please help, I deeply appreciate.
Ah, sorry. Try this instead.
Its a link to specific steps to solve this kind of problem.
I hope this helps!
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The switch on my fast computer of user function has been disabled on my computer. When I try to use this function. I get the following message.
A recently installed program has disabled the Welcome screen and the fast user switching. To restore these features, you must uninstall the program
. The following file can help you identify the program that made the change. GT Gina.dll
* original title - I have a windows xp. Under user accounts, choose a task. Under change the way users log on and outside. I get a message that the function of the Welcome screen has been blocked *.
You can try the steps outlined in the article below and check out them.
The logon screen "Welcome to Windows" does not appear when you start the computer
When the computer is down/standby at a scheduled time, how long after the scheduled Windows 7 still will attempt a backup when the computer is available?
I noticed several instances where backup and restoration runs when the computer is started after at the request of backup time.
I have absolutely no idea why engaged Microsoft Support Engineer 'expert' that is used by Microsoft suggests to disable the automatic backup and "check if this is useful". Perhaps the 'expert' will tell us how to check if it helps after you disable the task.
If you look in the Task Scheduler to backup tasks, automatic backup settings tab see here:
What does "Run task as soon as possible after a regular departure is missed" mean?
Check here on the TechNet site , he says:
Run task as soon as possible after that a regular check is not respected
If this option is checked, the Task Scheduler service will start the task if the task is scheduled to run at a certain time, but for some reason any (for example, the computer was turned off or the Task Scheduler service was busy) the task was not activated. The Task Scheduler service does not start the task immediately after the task is not respected. By default, the service waits ten minutes before starting the missed task.
You can read all about the tab settings of the task here:
Windows 7 backup and restore is only the possibility to go back to D drive which is a burner DVD C and F is both internal and external hard drives C is the system drive and F is a newly formatted 1 TB drive free. I access F in Explorer windows without any problems and I would use it for backup.
Hi dairy Tech 2000,
Welcome to the Microsoft answers site.
Drive/C: would not be shown to the backup files since this is the system drive. You cannot save files to C:/drive to C:/drive.
However, when you change the backup settings to another drive on the computer, follow the steps below:
1. click on start.
2. backup and restore type of search.
3. click on change settings.
4. This will show the drives internal i.e. your F: drive / on the computer.
Now you can set the location of drive F:.
Learn more about the backup from the links below: back up and restore: frequently asked questions: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Back-up-and-restore-frequently-asked-questions
Backup your files: http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/back-up-your-files
Set or change automatic backup settings: http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/set-up-or-change-automatic-backup-settings
Swathi B - Microsoft technical support.
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When I change how a user connects power on and off a screen appears saying "client for Netware has disabled the Welcome screen and the fast user switching. To restore these features...
Original title: how to uninstall client services for netware?
When I change how a user connects power on and off a screen appears saying "client for Netware has disabled the Welcome screen and the fast user switching. To restore these features, you must uninstall client services for Netware... But it is impossible to find... Help?
Click the Start button.
Click on Control Panel. Select network connections
Right click on 'Connect to the Local network', then click 'properties '.
Search for "Client Service for NetWare" slot "this connection uses the following items."
Click it, and then click the "Uninstall" button
Restart your computer.
Uninstall client for Netware feature will allow the option of quick change of user on your computer.
I hope this helps.
I'm in big trouble with installation of WIC: I can not install it because the Setup program indicates that I have no update.inf. In addition, my cryptography service is completely shut down and if I try to restart it I get error 1079. I tried the solutions provided on this community on these two issues, but they did not work for me.
Can someone help me please?
PS-I use Windows 8 Enterprise
Thank you for being a part of the Microsoft Community.
Before you continue with the troubleshooting steps, I would like to know some information about this problem.
1. What is the exact error code or error message that you receive?
2. have you installed any program Intel Rapid Storage on your computer?
3. that all the troubleshooting steps have tried to solve this problem?
4. is this problem limited only while installing the Windows Imaging Component?
5. What is the number of brand and model of the computer?
6. are you connected to a domain network?
I suggest to check the following Microsoft MSDN blog and check if it helps. This blog explains Windows Imaging Components and Windows 8.
Please respond with more information about this problem so that we can better help you.
How the Windows Server backup and command-line tools are used during the installation of vCSHB? It takes in all types of deployments (PtoV, VtoV, PtoP)? It is used to create files that are put in file sharing for the second node to use during the installation of vCSHB or is it only used during a clone of vCSHB of a physical to physical deployment operation? These tools are not used in some deployments?
You need backup Windows Server installed on the source and destination, and during the installation of vCSHB the installer will call the wbadmin (Windows Server Backup Utility) and will save the configuration and application data (application data is optimal, but can reduce the synchronization time after the installation of the secondary node). On the secondary node you will should only run the vCSHB Installer and everything will be restored.
Check this blog entry for some info on P2P deployment issues: http://www.vcoportal.de/2013/12/vmware-vcenter-server-heartbeat-restore-on-a-second-node-a-journey/
Will there be Windows or General re-percussion if I backup (create an image) a system of Windows 7 with all of our applications and configurations, then restore the image (new/identical) systems. Of course the systems will be renamed and joined to a domain, plus we have licenses for all installed.
To learn more about backup and restore in Windows 7, you can visit this link.
Feel free to get back to us if you need further assistance.
When I bought my computer I did not receive the Windows XP disks. I want to make a backup of the entire system on an external hard drive, as opposed to the individual file backup. All the help files I've found say to insert the XP disc. Then I found the Backup Wizard online and install it directly to my computer?
Since the Microsoft Answers forum does not have any kind of information system request when a new question is asked, we know absolutely nothing about your system. Not knowing the basic information a problem prolongs the frustration and the agony of these issues.
Thank you MS Answers, allowing the resolution of simple problems as frustrating and a lot of time as possible.
If you are using XP Home Edition, you will need to install the XP Backup utility yourself and here are some instructions on how to do it.
If you are not using XP Home and XP backup is to give you some grief, try to describe the issue in more detail.
The backup program is automatically installed on XP Professional, but not on XP Home. If you have the genuine bootable XP Home installation CD, insert it into your system and navigate to this folder:
Double-click the Ntbackup.msi file to start the installation.
Here is a nice article from Microsoft which tell you all this:
Here is another article that explains how to:
If you don't have an installation CD and need to download the Ntbackup.msi file, here is the link if you can download:
If you are using in relying on the built in NT backup to back up your system, it is the primitive technology (obviously - because you will be asked for a floppy disk). If you have a disaster (even minor), you will have a big problem, trying to recovery your stuff, if you don't have a floppy drive.
If you want to make a backup, it makes sense to use modern technology - and that the technology is not integrated into XP.
There are many popular options for XP Backup and imaging software (s) of third parties.
A people a popular seem to love East of Acronis.
With this (free 30 day trial) you backup, you can make a bootable CD or bootable USB (which is modern, huh?) and use than disaster.
They used to have a completely free version - maybe no more - just the trial, then you must buy it, but it is highly respected.
It is so much more robust than the XP Backup, it's laughable.
Many other options if you do a little research on Google...
Here are a few products that PML has proposed may be attractive (use Google to find them):
Paragon backup and restore
Some disk cloning software for you to Google ideas:
Acronis True Image Home 11
EASEUS ToDo Backup
Paragon Drive Copy or Partition Manager Personal
Rstrui.exe - bad Image of the application or DLL C:\Windows\System32\Wbem\Framedyn.dll is not a valid windows image. AND the exe task manager. -Bad guess. The application or DLL C:\Windows\System32\VDMDBG. DLL is not a valid windows image.
I use WIndows XP. After that THINKPOINT is presented on my system, I have not been able to access my task manager or restore my system to an earlier date.
I have checked Kellys Korner and various other suggestions on the internet, but have had no luck with anything.
It shows that the HKEY value for the Task Manager is set to 0. Don't know if that helps.
I BELIEVE I have the THINK POINT removed from my system. I use Microsoft Security, Ad-Ware and Malwarebytes Anti - Malware. Between the 3, it seems I have everything.
But now I can not restore my system, or use my TASK MANAGER.
Help would be GREATLY appreciated.
BindiferThink like a malicious software...It infects your system and is not to be found and removed.What are you most likely to use to find and remove malware?Internet, Google, Task Manager, regedit, restore the system command prompt, etc...The malware is often afflicts one or more of these components to try to trick into thinking you need to perform a system restore, a repair facility, or even to reinstall your XP from scratch. None of these things are necessary since you can usually just to thwart malware.If the referenced files are completely absent from your system, you will see messages like this when you try to run the applications:Taskmgr.exe - Unable to locate componentThis application has failed to start because VDMDBG.dll is not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.Rstrui.exe - Unable to locate componentThis application has failed to start because framedyn.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.Sometimes you can click through the OK messages to access the System Restore screen, but the restoration of the system is still broken.If the referenced files are present on the system, but somehow corrupted, you will see messages like this when you try to run the applications:Taskmgr.exe - bad ImageThe application or DLL C:\WINDOWS\system32\VDMDBG.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette.Rstrui.exe - bad ImageThe application or DLL C:\WINDOWS\system32\wbem\framedyn.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette.Sometimes you can click through the OK messages to access the System Restore screen, but the restoration of the system is still broken.These files are part of the file 3498 who cares about Windows File Protection, so unless the WFP is also broken it is likely that files are missing completely (you get a different error message). What is more likely is that the files are somehow corrupt or have been replaced by incorrect files.Assuming that XP is installed on your C drive and in the windows folder, XP keeps copies of 3498 files that he cares about this issue:c:\Windows\System32\dllcacheOn a health care system, Windows File Protection keeps track of 3498 protected files and quickly and quietly replaces all the files in the list that appears missing from the backup folder. File protection Windows will not replace the files if they are somehow corrupted or replaced by bad files.You can simply copy the backup files in the dllcache folder in the folder where are the suspects or missing files.Using Explorer, navigate to the folder c:\windows\system32\dllcache and individually to copy the backup files in there and then navigate the folders where the suspect or incorrect files are and paste in the copied files.Depending on your installation, you can also find copies of the files in this folder:c:\windows\ServicePackFiles\i386Answer Yes, if you are prompted to replace existing files.Test your functions now and then to reboot your system to make sure the changes 'stick', and then fix any problems.
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