What type of reg key is this, if string value, then sol.
It needs to be dword. Also when editing is the Base radio button set to Hexadecimal (this is likely your problem)?
Hi,it is DWORD and it is set to Hexadecimal
In regedit, you don't have to put in the "0x" portion of the number. You just put the actual six digit hexadecimal value in. For example, if you want it to be "0xffff9d" then you'd just put in the "ffff9d" part. Because hexadecimal values only use 1-9 and a-f, the program is probably just preventing you from using any other key, which explains why you couldn't get past the zero (because you were putting in an "x").
If you are still confused, or need any more help on this (or anything, for that matter), please post back and I (or someone else) will help you out in any way we can!
*Edited because my keyboard sucks and is making me type stuff all wrong and messed up (and because my typing skills need some serious improvement, but whatever).*
[This message has been edited by CujoRbd (edited 02-12-2001).]
Hi guys, I am trying to modify the Value Data for (SFCDisable) I want to modify it to 0xffffff9d but when I try it won't let me get past 0, can someone tell me why and how to fix this. Much Thanks.
Thanks Cujo for the explanation tried it and all is well.
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