Hello Community, I've been looking around my computers registry and have found a few weird keys under Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ The keys are: ![Capture.PNG](/attachments/small/3/29dd83890b9d34a3c084272ea9bd6e68.PNG "align-right") I'll put them here too in case you want to copy and paste them or something: Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\멘Ṉ싈Ṉ멘Ṉ_ Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\뭘⨱㺀ℎ뭘⨱楎 Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\섀ׂ뤠ׂ߈_ Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\冀⩩览⏡冀⩩_ Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\鬰竣鯐竣鯰竣骐竣鳐竣饰竣鰰竣騰竣馐竣 Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\㦸ᷢ흠຾㦸ᷢE Could anyone tell me what the heck these are about.

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First of all, I realise there are a fair few related questions on many other sites, in addition to Microsoft Support pages. I have spent many hours on this issue, and this is where I stand and what I know/have been able to achieve: * I have an application written in Visual Basic Express 2010 * There is an AxWebBrowser control in the main form * On computers with Excel 2010 installed (and running Windows XP), I've managed to get it working fine; I realised that I needed to change the registry so that the Excel documents would open within …

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I got an assignment which I don't even know how to start, I have a path to a driver & its name (Argv) and I need to create a code that will install this driver automatically. If anyone even has an idea how to make this code generic I would be thankful! *I dont know what driver I need to install it will be according to the path & name that will be recived.

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My CD drive was not appearing in the My Computer window so I ran the regedit and deleted all of the upper and lower filters...now my keyboard and mouse will not work. The computer boots to the desktop and the mouse arrow is there but does not respond. Not too sure what to do.

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dear Sir/Madam, I am unable open the regedit and showing the message that "Registry editing has been disable by your Administrator" though i am logging in as an Administrator. I have tried lots of technique but all are in vain. I have tried these .... 1.[URL="http://www.techtipsgeek.com/re-enable-registry-editor-disabled-virus/4392/"]http://www.techtipsgeek.com/re-enable-registry-editor-disabled-virus/4392/[/URL] 2. Registryfix.exe 3. Restore point date is not available in my PC Please guide me for solving this problem because i am unable to installed Anti Virus Software too.

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Hello all, I started a thread in another section and was told to move it to here so I'm going to restate what was in each comment and hope to get help on this. 'Hi, I been able to get my computer better since the last post. I found out to run "Shutdown -a" to stop the Network/NT or something like that which cause the force shutdown in a minute. I am starting to remove "XP Antispyware 2010", but when I get to the regedit part, I keep running it and it get a "open with" prompt, something that happen …

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The following registry key contains many system default folder locations. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders The value for the path of the All Users desktop, which is found there, is as follows: XP or earlier : %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Desktop Vista or later: %PUBLIC%\Desktop Whereas the actual paths of the All User desktops, respectively, are as follows: XP or earlier : "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop" Vista or later: "C:\Users\Public\Desktop" Now, if you use copy and paste the above registry values in Windows Explorer and hit enter it takes you to the actual folders. For example, if you paste [%PUBLIC%\Desktop] in a Windows Explorer in Vista …

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Hi, I been able to get my computer better since the last post. I found out to run "Shutdown -a" to stop the Network/NT or something like that which cause the force shutdown in a minute. I am starting to remove "XP Antispyware 2010", but when I get to the regedit part, I keep running it and it get a "open with" prompt, something that happen for regedit and regedit.exe. Regedit32 does not exist on the program as I been told to check. I also know that I did run regedit to fix this error that I believe I post …

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The End.