Save it as EnableRegistry.bat and close Notepad. Get the answer nukemasterAug 18, 2015, 5:06 AM You restarted as well right?You did not play in group policy editor did you? In the "Value Data" field, change the text to a "0" instead of a "1." This should enable registry editing. 9 Try Regedit on your ordinary account. Some viruses will add false registry files named regedit.com to trick your computer into running the wrong file when you use the Regedit command. http://crudlet.org/windows-10/unable-to-access-registry-in-windows-7.html
Step 4 Click the Permissions tab and then the Add button. In the Select User window Type your username into the white box and Press OK. Report thebrownwelsh- Mar 30, 2010 08:13PM hey friend, yours was THE most helpful link ive found in my hours of surfing; everything you said helped me right up until the point Open the folder whose name is the SID you wrote down. This will open an admin command prompt to run your scan in.Again, I have not seen instances of regedit not working like this.
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