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1. Go to Start > Run and type in the following and then press OK: regedit
2. Find the following reg key:
For Vista/Windows 7: The value of 'ImageState' in HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\State
For XP: The value of 'AuditInProgress' in HKLM\System\Setup
3. Right click the reg key and select Modify
4. Delete the value then press OK.
Again, modify reg keys only if you're comfortable.
I found this on Google Chrome help. Use it if you want to.......it turns audit mode off
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