Saturday, April 16, 2011

Command Prompt disabled by virus

There has been two most successful methods with which you can enable your disabled command prompt.

Method 1:

The simplest method to get your command prompt back is to add a registry key , but you should be having registry editing is enabled.

1. Open Start >> Run and type the following command ( or just copy it )

REG add HKCU\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System /v DisableCMD /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f

2. Copy the above command and press Enter.

This will solve your trouble and your command prompt will be enabled.

Note: Method 1 may not work when your system is severely infected by a virus and even the registry editing is disabled due to which you are not able to run the above command from run prompt.

Method 2:

It involves a tool called RRT – Remove Restrictions Tool by sergiwa which can enable the disabledcommand prompt by virus.

It also helps in removing other restrictions which are also caused due to virus infection listed below.

  • Disable Folder Options
  • Disable Registry Tools
  • Disable Ctrl+Alt+Del
  • Disable Show hidden files & folders come with hidden attribute set to true!
  • Disable Run Command

Other than it also includes fixes for the removing 38 restrictions that are caused by different types of viruses.

Note: Make sure you boot in to Safe Mode to use Remove Restrictions Tool (RRT). Just click on the buttons and it’ll do it’s job.

The limited version is RRT tool is for FREE for personal use only. If you would like to use theapplication in a business environment you are required to license the application.

We hope at least one of method given above will help to fix the trouble.


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