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Why I am not able to run cmd.exe?

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I am trying to open cmd.exe and it is not working.
I try to add the "RUN" to the Start Menu from the "Task Bar and Start Menu properties" it was not found there.
I run the CMD.exe directly from system32 folder the following windows appears as in the image file.
How to solve this?

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Use the following link to get this fixed:
http://windowsxp.mvps.org/disablecmd.htm
 
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by:nabilhammoud
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As you see in the picture, I am using windows Vista and your solution is for windows XP, so how can apply this in windows Vista.
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This article shows you how to do that in Windows Vista (different ways):

http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/152934-command-prompt-enable-disable.html
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>> so how can apply this in windows Vista

Try "method 2" or "method 3" in that page. They work in Vista as well.
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Yes there is not much difference in Vista and XP. Try the 2nd or 3rd method.
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