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I'm trying to add a DWORD value to the registry. However, when I open the entry the value data is f and not the numeric value of 15.

REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\NVIDIA Corporation\Global\GridLicensing" /v LicenseInterval /t REG_DWORD /d 15

If I manually set the regkey and then export it, the hex value is: 00000015

If I enter this into my REG ADD command the key still displays a value of 000000f or f if I open it up.

Any ideas why this doesn't seem to work when adding the value using reg add?

  • Can we assume you are merging a .reg file you made into the registry? – Moab Nov 13 '19 at 16:54
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The value 15 is taken as decimal, which in hexadecimal is F.

For entering a hex value, the /d flag requires that you preface the 8-character hex value with 0x.

Write it like this: /d 0x00000015

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