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While registry need restart for sure, but try in this way may be it work. Like you had done some changes in registry, than call task manager by pressing CTRl+Alt+Del. Find the Explorer and Click on End Task. If shut down screen come - - > Click Cancel. Now Select File - -> New Task - -> Enter Explorer and Click OK. In that you got New Explorer and with ...


I would expect that upgrading to Windows 10 made numerous modifications to the registry. Windows 10 might also use a different on-disk file format that Windows 8.1 simply doesn't understand. (Microsoft regularly make either superficial or actual changes to internal file formats between versions. Compare SQL Server, where you can't even take a backup from a ...


Here is the VBScript code to find the Serial number of the machine you are using: strComputer = "." Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" _ & "{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2") Set colItems = objWMIService.ExecQuery( _ "SELECT * FROM Win32_ComputerSystemProduct") For Each objItem in colItems ...


It's telling you to delete the email of the microsoft account that the system has stored. It's safe to delete it, and if the thing tells you that it's not set yet, skip that step and go ahead adding your microsoft account in the control panel.


You can use regedit to export the wanted settings to a .reg file and then just double click it to import it back. Just open the desired part of registry, select the key and use File -> Export. The file format is text, so if you only need some values and not all to go back to default you can just remove those values with a text editor.

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