It might be a virus. Or perhaps windows has a missing component
There is no - in regedit. click run and type regedit not reg-edit
== == I went to start, run, typed in regedit, pressed ctrl F, typed in Green Av deleted everything in the folder, deleted the folder, ran an anti-virus software, deleted all cookies and restart computer.
The registry editor is located in C:\WINDOWS\regedit. You can also access it by going to Start > Run and entering in regedit, then pressing OK.
i cant see and access "run" on my start menu... even if i press windowkey + r it doesnt work... i just want to access the regedit but our computer has restrictions to applications being run... is there any other way to run regedit or to run "run" even with restrictions??
if you cannot find it, simply run it from the RUN menu type 'regedit' and it will take you there
You might want to stay out of the regedit if you have no clue what your doing, messing around in there can mess up your computer. If you want to go in there anyways go to Start > Run and type in regedit. You can also go to C:\WINDOWS\regedit.
Just run "regedit" command from DOS..
Hit <Ctrl R> then type 'regedit' then hit enter.
I went to start, run, typed in regedit, pressed ctrl F, typed in Green Av deleted everything in the folder, deleted the folder, ran an anti-virus software, deleted all cookies and restart computer.
Start -> Run ,type "regedit" (without quotes) in the box, hit enter.
It is stored in the Registry -- Click START then Click RUN -- Type in REGEDIT and it will take you into the REGESTRY --- Wildbilly Oki
Run "regedit" (without quotes)
Start - Run - type "regedit" and then enter
To remove this file from the resistry open it by opening run and typing in "regedit" delete that file and you will be fine.
b/c u need a new computer, it probably doesnt run the right way on your type of computer
Normally, yes. YouTube the app runs on your computer or run from the internet will stop loading when you break the connection from restarting your computer.
Login to the computer as an Administrator or someone who has administrative privileges, you should then be able to access regedit via the run command. Most likely reason access has been disabled is because you have limited permissions to the computer. You only modify the registry if you know how to use a computer (as it can cause serious damage leaving your computer unusable), if that is true then there should have been no need to post this question.
Shutdown computer, restart in safe mode, download Malwarebytes, run scan, click remove files, restart in normal mode, BAM ITS GONE!
1. click Start 2. Click Run 3. Type in "Regedit" 4. Know what you are doing or you will crash the computer big time!
Use the program "regedit" in the run toolbar from windows.
You can usually fix the 9c47 error code by uninstalling IE, restart the computer, and download IE from Microsoft. Disconnect the Internet before you run the installer file. Once installed, restart the computer.
Either you don't have required permissions (administrative), or you have a virus(es) which shuts down regedit automatically. Run full anti-virus check.
choose start, then run, then type regedit and hit ok, but unless you know what you are doing NEVER delete or change anything! Deleting or changing the wrong thing will make your computer not work and it is very hard to get your computer to work.
You can go to "run" and then wrtite "regedit". it will open registry editor.