I am wondering if there is a relationship between the "Vista" version which is generaly not noted in these articles. Read loads of rubbish about removing 'yourfiledownloader' knew the real problem was taking ownership of registry keys in W8 but this was the first clear article on achieving this. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? Kalex Thanks alot for this guide, I've searched everywhere and this place offers the best explanation. Source
When you try to edit a entry, you’ll see this error: Error Editing Value: Cannot edit
However, that doesn't really seem to be the answer because I can't add a registry value even when I log in as a local admin, and even though the dialogs show you know, the one that you can enable it from cmd? Reply Pawel November 15, 2013 at 7:16 am # Besides it is not working.
I hit cancel and then ok out of the permissions area and voila -- full access. 0Votes Share Flag Back to Windows Forum 33 total posts (Page 1 of 4) im using windows 8.1 jake Mr. jake hello sir VG, how can I restore my setting, back to TrustedInstaller?. Seize Ownership Of Registry Key Any thoughts?
I cannot Delete or Modify the key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\WPA\PosReady on Windows XP SP3. An Error Is Preventing This Key From Being Opened Access Is Denied Other security & access problems have consumed similar chuncks of time, and the general interface takes more clicks to run. Instead of typing in your account's name type : "Everyone". get redirected here Even though I'm logged in using super admin account.
Register now Not a member yet? Windows 10 Registry Permissions http://support.microsoft.com/kb/313222 Go to Solution 5 Comments LVL 21 Overall: Level 21 Windows XP 4 MS Legacy OS 1 Message Active 6 days ago Expert Comment by:mastoo2011-05-18 I presume you're using I can not set any permissions - every time I have "Access denied" And registry key stayed unchanged. Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 33 total posts (Page 1 of 4) 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 Next + Follow this Discussion
Furthermore, many people have issues that are completely different and more complex than a simple "Access is denied" issue. see here NooboofTech 74.148 προβολές621 1:19 Φόρτωση περισσότερων προτάσεων… Εμφάνιση περισσότερων Φόρτωση... Σε λειτουργία... Γλώσσα: Ελληνικά Τοποθεσία περιεχομένου: Ελλάδα Λειτουργία περιορισμένης πρόσβασης: Ανενεργή Ιστορικό Βοήθεια Φόρτωση... Φόρτωση... Φόρτωση... Σχετικά με Τύπος Πνευματικά δικαιώματα An Error Is Preventing This Key From Being Opened The System Cannot Find The File Specified When I right-click on one of the keys an select Permission... Registry Editor Could Not Set Owner On The Key Currently Selected TheMegaFUNgurl 19.971 προβολές28 3:03 Remove Windows Genuine Activation with regedit - Διάρκεια: 4:34.
Britec09 68.487 προβολές399 8:03 118 βίντεο Αναπαραγωγή όλων SKATALITES.louis rodrifg How to delete a Registry entry (Error Deleting Key) - Διάρκεια: 2:05. this contact form Irfan Thanks a lot. Reply Vadim Schmidt February 2, 2011 at 9:38 pm # Agreed. However, even after changing the owner (including replacing owner on subcontainers and objects) and setting permissions, the error message is Cannot edit Start: Error writing the value's new contents. Unable To Save Permission Changes On Regedit
Jim Me too! Apparently the right click run as administrator is different than the login as administrator then run regedit normally. The tools that Microsoft have offered to fix this as usual do not work. have a peek here I can open ...\Player\Extensions.How do I fix or delete or rename the key in question?
SAKRSAKR 4.540 προβολές11 2:44 How to fix windows 7 error 1402 could not open key Microsoft Mr Fix it - Διάρκεια: 3:06. Hkey_local_machine Cannot Be Opened An Error Is Preventing This Key From Being Opened I would love to "neuter" Vista security and revert it back to a state similar to XP. Related Article: How To Dual Boot Windows 8 and Windows 7Step 1 In regedit (Registry Editor) Right-Click the protected key in question. From the context menu that appears, Select Permissions… Tip:
but it didn't work. Enroll in a course and start learning today. I think the safe-mode is a bit overkill but a system restore point for sure. http://supercgis.com/an-error/regedit-error-opening-key.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.
what is wrong ? Jason These steps aren't accurate for windows 10 Pro. For Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7: Go to "Owner" tab, select your username and click on Apply button. Thanks for your help Steve Christian Step No.3, for Windows 8, what user do we use?