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I usually use Windows+X shortcut key to access Windows Mobility Center.
But it doesn't work anymore.

What can I do?

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There are a few ways of disabling the Windows Mobility Center and it is hard to know how it was done in your case, the most common one is by a registry key. To restore (If it was done this way) Do the following:

Open up the Registry Editor and expand to:


Take a look for the key NoWinKeys and simply delete it.

Here is a .reg file that can be directly run to do the above job.

If this doesn't work, please say and I will try to write a guide for some of the other methods.

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But I wanna enable it!!! – Mohammad Dayyan Feb 14 '10 at 14:34
Sorry, This should do the job, I just phrased it bad, I will try to edit... – William Hilsum Feb 14 '10 at 14:35
Thanks Wil, I did a Virus Scan, It have fixed with it!!! – Mohammad Dayyan Feb 14 '10 at 22:55

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