I cant switch out of S mode because there is no admin on my laptop

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  1. Posts : 6
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       #11

    @Dennis Yes but the yes button is completely disappeared
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  2. Try3's Avatar
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       #12

    Mrkwabs said:
    @Dennis Yes but the yes button is completely disappeared
    The procedure still applies to your situation.
    Fix UAC prompt has greyed out or missing Yes button - TenForumsTutorials

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       #13

    @Try3 Thanks I will try it Later I'm too tired now but thanks if it works ill reply tomorrow maybe
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       #14

    The Easiest thing is to do a Clean Install which will wipe out the S Mode setting.
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       #15

    spunk said:
    The Easiest thing is to do a Clean Install which will wipe out the S Mode setting.
    I think you may have to switch out of S mode before you can do that else it may not activate. You may find that a digital licence for S Mode may not activate a clean install, the digital licence may need to be switched too.
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  7. eLPuSHeR's Avatar
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       #17

    Seriously, this S mode is the worst idea ever.
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  8. Try3's Avatar
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    eLPuSHeR said:
    Seriously, this S mode is the worst idea ever.
    What, haven't you used an S0 Modern standby computer?

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  9. spunk's Avatar
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       #19

    S Mode is good for a Classroom, Library, Public Computer environment or a user that only uses a computer for social media, email and keeps them from downloading viruses.
    It is not for people who like to control their environment and install 3rd party apps.
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