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    Exclamation How to Fix This...!!!

    Hye MPGH...I need a Emergency Help.....Look at the pic below



    I need your Help please...I promise i will give u creditd...!!!
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    Try this:Method 1 - Enabling the Registry with VBScript

    Doug Knox, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional, has created a VBScript that enables or disables the Registry Editor based on the following location in the registry. Of course, since the registry editor is disabled, you can't change it manually, so Doug wrote a Visual Basic Script to accomplish the task.

    HKey_Current_User\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\Policies\System\

    Visit Doug's page and download Registry Tools VBScript to your desktop, double-click on it to run it, then reboot your computer and try to open the Registry Editor.

    If this fix didn't solve your problem, try method two shown below.

    Method 2: Use Symantec's tool to reset shell\open\command registry keys

    Sometimes worms and trojans will make changes to the shell\open\command registry entries as part of their infections. This will cause the virus to run each time you try to run an .exe file such as the Registry Editor. In these cases, visit Symantec's website and download the UnHookExec.inf file to your desktop. Right-click on it and choose Install. Restart your computer and then try to open the Registry Editor.


    Method 3: Rename Regedit.com to Regedit.exe
    Some viruses and other malware will load a regedit.com file that is many times a zero byte dummy file. Because .com files have preference over .exe files when executed if you type REGEDIT in the run line, it will run the regedit.com instead of the real regedit.exe file.

    Delete the regedit.com file if its a zero byte file to restore access to REGEDIT. In some cases, such as the W32.Navidad worm, you'll need to rename the REGEDIT file to get it to work.



    Method 4: Windows XP Professional and Group Policy Editor

    If you have Windows XP Professional and access to an administrative user account, you could change the registry editor options in the Group Policy Editor.
    Click Start, Run
    Type GPEDIT.MSC and Press Enter
    Go to the following location
    Pls THX /yea
    User Configuration
    Administrative Templates
    System
    In the Settings Window, find the option for "Prevent Access to Registry Editing Tools" and double-click on it to change.
    Select Disabled or Not Configured and choose OK
    Close the Group Policy Editor and restart your computer
    Try opening REGEDIT again
    Although there are a few other ways, the above ways I have used with great success in re-enabling the REGEDIT command. If you are interested in more ways to reactive the REGEDIT command, you may want to visit a site called Killian's Guide, that goes into more detail on a variety of ways to get the registry editor to work again.
    Pls THX
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    Can u give me the Link for all Download...I will Press thx if this Fixed my problem
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    So,the administrator isn't letting you to play Cross Fire.
    First try to run as administrator,if still none,log out and enter in the username administrator.

    And the problem is with the registry editor,so if you search on Google you get many tips on how to fix it.

    PS:
    The password probably is blank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erkan555 View Post
    Try this:Method 1 - Enabling the Registry with VBScript

    Doug Knox, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional, has created a VBScript that enables or disables the Registry Editor based on the following location in the registry. Of course, since the registry editor is disabled, you can't change it manually, so Doug wrote a Visual Basic Script to accomplish the task.

    HKey_Current_User\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\Policies\System\

    Visit Doug's page and download Registry Tools VBScript to your desktop, double-click on it to run it, then reboot your computer and try to open the Registry Editor.

    If this fix didn't solve your problem, try method two shown below.

    Method 2: Use Symantec's tool to reset shell\open\command registry keys

    Sometimes worms and trojans will make changes to the shell\open\command registry entries as part of their infections. This will cause the virus to run each time you try to run an .exe file such as the Registry Editor. In these cases, visit Symantec's website and download the UnHookExec.inf file to your desktop. Right-click on it and choose Install. Restart your computer and then try to open the Registry Editor.


    Method 3: Rename Regedit.com to Regedit.exe
    Some viruses and other malware will load a regedit.com file that is many times a zero byte dummy file. Because .com files have preference over .exe files when executed if you type REGEDIT in the run line, it will run the regedit.com instead of the real regedit.exe file.

    Delete the regedit.com file if its a zero byte file to restore access to REGEDIT. In some cases, such as the W32.Navidad worm, you'll need to rename the REGEDIT file to get it to work.



    Method 4: Windows XP Professional and Group Policy Editor

    If you have Windows XP Professional and access to an administrative user account, you could change the registry editor options in the Group Policy Editor.
    Click Start, Run
    Type GPEDIT.MSC and Press Enter
    Go to the following location
    Pls THX /yea
    User Configuration
    Administrative Templates
    System
    In the Settings Window, find the option for "Prevent Access to Registry Editing Tools" and double-click on it to change.
    Select Disabled or Not Configured and choose OK
    Close the Group Policy Editor and restart your computer
    Try opening REGEDIT again
    Although there are a few other ways, the above ways I have used with great success in re-enabling the REGEDIT command. If you are interested in more ways to reactive the REGEDIT command, you may want to visit a site called Killian's Guide, that goes into more detail on a variety of ways to get the registry editor to work again.
    Pls THX
    Like He Said

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    You dont need a download u just do 1 of does method with out a download. like 3 and 4 (no download)
    But if u want method 2 down load it is http://www.symantec.com/security_res...011316-0247-99 (dont forget thx)
    Last edited by erkan555; 11-08-2010 at 02:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erkan555 View Post
    You dont need a download u just do 1 of does method with out a download. like 3 and 4 (no download)
    But if u want method 2 down load it is W32.Downadup Removal Tool | Symantec (dont forget thx)
    I already Click the Link..but i don`t know how to download it..for Method 3..how to change the name..i already change the name but it can`t be change because of the stupid Administor
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    When u click the link u got to find the botton that says download removal tool. Hope fully it works BTW i am only 13 so dont ask me so many Q :P

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    Ok Fixed....Close This Thread please
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    Haha i did it :P so smart xD

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