Where can i find HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop?
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Go to Start > Run > type " regedit" > Enter > then browse to that key.
then in the Command Prompt, type:
and the file should be listed.
If you see instead
Then something very strange has happened.
But you can also try regedt32 in
If regedit.exe is where it should be, then Windows can't find it because C:\WINDOWS isn't in the path.
In that poky little dialog, in the System Variables section is an entry for Path. Double-click on the "Path" entry, and there's an even tinier (and barely usable) dialog in which you're expected to be able to inspect and edit the semicolon-separated list of directories.
Scroll along the text field looking for entries like C:\WINDOWS and C:\WINDOWS\system32
Insert into the text field:
ensuring that the entries are separated by a semi-colon.