I am running Windows XP Pro SP2
Intel Pentium 4 2.8Ghz, 512MB RAM
MB-embedded graphics & audio (Intel D845GVSR board)
Just discovered that Ctrl+Alt+Del brings up a window labeled "Local Area Connection" instead of the Task Manager. I have attached a screen shot of this app, in its the actual size. Can someone tell me what happened to my Task Manager?
The last major thing I did was flashing the BIOS on my Intel D845GVSR motherboard with the latest update this afternoon. Immediately following the update (upon restart), I received a number of Windows errors (those ones that ask you if you wanna send a report over to Microsoft), but I ignored them, and they have not returned since (I restarted several times). However, this is rather strange and I am wondering if something else got messed up as well. Is there a way to roll the BIOS back to its original version?
This is where I got the BIOS update:
If someone can help me I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks!