I would suggest using brute force or some other removal of the programs that came with intel download. Restore will do nothing. Do a CTRL + ALT +DEL and go into task manager, see if you have a certain process running <awServ > this would be a good clue. Look in applications and process tab, as well the program doing this will have the same little circle with the strike through, or should.
Hi, I recently tried to update my graphics driver (intel 910GL Express
chipset). For some reason there was a glitch, so because there was a slight problem with my display I decided to use System Restore to go back to the previous day's configuration (the rollback function in Device Manager didn't work). This worked fine, but now every time I boot up the machine I get a box entitled 'Restriction Warning'. The blurb says: Administrator has prohibited access to CD/DVD-ROM drives.
(This box appeared even before I used System Restore). And yes, both the floppy drive and the dvd drive have big red circles and a diagonal line through them when I double-click on 'My Computer'. They are inaccessible, even though I'm logged on as Administrator.
I went to Housecall and did a complete scan, but that didn't help.
Any assistance with this would be greatly appreciated.
Pentium 4 2.93 GHz, 504 MB Ram, XP Media Center Edition 2002,SP2