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The main problem is that your using Windows Explorer, which is closely linked to Internet Explorer, as shell to run regedit.exe. A workaround is to use the command prompt to run regedit.exe. Just follow these instructions: Run the command prompt by pressing the Windows key and R simultaneously. Type regedit.exe in the command prompt and execute it by ...
Sysinternals Suite - PsExec. Run regedit at SYSTEM right: psexec -i -d -s %windir%\regedit.exe Run regedit at SYSTEM right Windows 2003/XP: ntsd -c qd regedit
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