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\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nstart>run>regedit\n. \nDo remember to backup your registry whenever you are about to do an registry update\n. \n Answer \n. \nYou can run… the Registry Editor by simply clicking 'Run' from the Start Menu, and entering 'Regedit'\n. \nNOW FOR SOME CAREFUL WARNINGS concerning the registry. If you intend to edit the registry it is highly advisable to make a backup. The Registry Editor is an advanced tool for viewing and changing settings in your system registry, which contains information about how your computer runs. Windows stores its configuration information in a database (the registry) that is organized in a tree format.\n. \nRegistry Editor allows you to inspect and modify the registry, normally you do not need to do so, and making incorrect changes can break your system.\n. \nIncorrectly editing the registry may severely damage your system. You should use tools and programs that provide safer methods for editing the registry, such as Regcleaner.
Regedit can be enabled by changing the policy setting in Windows Group Policy Editor (GPEdit.msc). This however requires administrative rights.
Copy all starting with 'Enable Registry Editing and save to a text file and call it EnableRegistryEdit.vbs Of course you need to have scripting enabled. Then simply double c…lick and it will delete that value from registry. 'Enable Registry Editing' 'Â© Veegertx - 4/7/2004 'This code may be freely distributed/modified On Error Resume Next 'Prevents errors from values that don't exist Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") 'Delete DisableRegistryTools registry values WshShell.RegDelete "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System\DisableRegistryTools" WshShell.RegDelete "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System\DisableRegistryTools" 'display message Message = "You should have access to Regedit now" X = MsgBox(Message, vbOKOnly, "Done") Set WshShell = Nothing Set fso = Nothing
Start -> Run ,type "regedit" (without quotes) in the box, hit enter.
There are a number of tutorials on the web teaching about the registry. It is suggested that only advanced users edit the registry. Included are a few links below to get you s…tarted. To open the registry go to Start -> run -> "regedit". Quote (pctools.com): Like Windows explorer, to expand a certain branch (see the structure of the registry section), click on the plus sign [+] to the left of any folder, or just double-click on the folder. To display the contents of a key (folder), just click the desired key, and look at the values listed on the right side. You can add a new key or value by selecting New from the Edit menu, or by right-clicking your mouse. And you can rename any value and almost any key with the same method used to rename files; right-click on an object and click rename, or click on it twice (slowly), or just press F2 on the keyboard. Lastly, you can delete a key or value by clicking on it, and pressing Delete on the keyboard, or by right-clicking on it, and choosing Delete.
I noticed that users who having administrator rites they can able to enable the Registry access using thru following command… REG add HKCU\\Software\\Micr…osoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Policies\\System /v DisableRegistryTools /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f Start>> Run >>Type above command and say OK Now you can able to access Registry. Thanks & Regards Basil .A
The regedit interface is used to edit entries in the Windows registry. Care must be taken while using it, however. Damage to the operating system or applications can resul…t.
Either you don't have required permissions (administrative), or you have a virus(es) which shuts down regedit automatically. Run full anti-virus check.
There is no - in regedit. click run and type regedit not reg-edit
User account passwords are not stored in the regedit. The passwords are stored in a hidden file located in Windows. This file you can't see no matter what, you would have to g…et a third party program to unlock it and grab the information from the file.
Click on Start -> Run Enter GPEdit.msc and then press Enter.Navigate to the following location: User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> SystemIn the Settings pane, …locate the Prevent access to registry editing tools option, and then double-click on it to open the settings dialog.Select Disabled or Not Configured.Click on OK button.Try to run RegEdit.exe, and if required (still blocking yet), restart the computer.
Normally there are two main keys responsible for Print Spooler: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Print and HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet…\\services\\Spooler
In Windows XP
RegEdit is used to Change/Modify Registry files used by windows and programs. Please be careful when using RegEdit as you can cause damage to windows and your programs if y…ou are not careful.
In Windows 98
if you cannot find it, simply run it from the RUN menu type 'regedit' and it will take you there
Hit <Ctrl R> then type 'regedit' then hit enter.
Regedit is not disabled by default in Windows 7. To run regedit, click the Start button and in the Search Programs and Files box type regedit and press the Enter key. Regedit …should open. If regedit has been disabled there are a few methods to use to re-enable it. Click Start button and then type gpedit.msc in the Search Programs and Files box and press the Enter key. The Local Group Policy Editor window should open. Expand User Configuration>Administrative Templates>and highlight System. In the right pane open (double click) 'Prevent access to registry editing tools'. Set it to Disabled. Click Ok. Log off Windows and log back on. Now try running regedit from the Search Programs and Files box.For this you will need the Run box to be visible. If it is not, do the following to enable it: Right click on the Start button> click Customize button> scroll down until you see checkbox for 'Run Command'. Put check in the box. Click Ok. Now that the Run box is available off the Start Menu do the following: Copy paste the text in bold (all of it) into the Run box and click Ok. REG add HKCU\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Policies\\System /v DisableRegistryTools /t REG_DWORD /d 0 if prompted value DisableRegistryTools exists, overwrite (Y/N)? Type yes and hit Enter. Next, copy and paste the text in bold into the run box and click Ok. REG add HKLM\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Policies\\System /v DisableRegistryTools /t REG_DWORD /d 0 if prompted value DisableRegistryTools exists, overwrite (Y/N)? Type yes and hit Enter. Now type regedit in the Run box and click ok. Regedit should open. However, it is possible that regedit is disabled by group policy. If so, you can not change that. Consult your administrator.