> I have no more my shut down button on my Start menu and if i try to shut
> down the system i get this message:
Part of the Windoze experience. A shutdown under a "Start" menu. :-)
> "This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in in effect on
> this computer. Please contact your system administrator"
Once Vista has taken over your computer it does not want to ever have to
stop running. How else can it serve its role in this world - sending out
spam across the Internet?
> Notice i'm administrator of my PC.
Microsoft just makes you think you can administer your own PC. Actually it
is now controlled by Microsoft.
> I also tried to restore a system backup point but nothing, i stil have not
> the power button, and if i set Classic View of the start menu i have not
> the voice "Shut Down..."
> Is there a way to restore this or i have to FORMAT!?!?
Only a toy operating system needs to include a restore capability. Which,
btw, has been reported by another poster to suck up a steady 1GB of hard
drive space per day. Further proof that Microsoft controls your system, not
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