Go to this link,
http://www.petri.co.il/disable_uac_in_windows_vista.htm

here are 4 ways to turn it off. I usually use option 4.

Microsoft will provide you with replacement media, I am guessing $20.00
or so.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/326246

Dan

On Sun, 2009-04-19 at 17:27 -0400, Fuzzy Zabriskie wrote:
> 
> 
> > I usually just linger trying to learn.
> > A couple of things though;
> > 1. You can easily turn off UAC if you do not like it.
>  
> nods.
>  
> Is that an option with TweakVI or a special utility?
> Can the constant 'its not on' messages be suppressed?
>  
> 
> > 2. Most new computers have a partition with the OS on it and a utility
> > to allow you to make a set of CD's.
> > Dan
> >
> 
> It did but the media was bad :(. 
> the program then refused to rerun them. 
>  
> I guess the powers-that-be never heard of 
> of optical disk getting scratched or being 
> defective, or hard drives crashing. 
>  
> I did explain the bad media issue, and the mfg 
> was willing to snailmail a set so I guess if one
> complains one can can get them.
>  
> I even asked if there was a registry tweak to tell 
> the program to forget the set was made, (so as to recreate
> them).
>  
> They also told me the disks they were sending could not 
> be imaged even on a unix-like OS using dd, that didn't
> seem reasonable either. If the OS isn't sold but licensed,
> why restrict a legal reinstall due to hardware crash?
> Aren't they OEM versions supposed to be tied to the hardware?
>  
> I can image the hard drive with Acronis True Image Home to 
> an external hard drive and use its bootable media to restore
> that image. Why try to keep a user from imaging the recovery disks?
> They are hardware dependant anyway.
>  
> 
> 
> 
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