|05 Jul 2011||#1|
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Deleting registry keys with a batch file?
I downloaded a beta version of a program and it for some reason it has a "usage count" in the registry which denies access to the program after 10 uses. When i delete the key it works again but it's pretty annoying to keep deleting it through the registry all the time.
I want to make a batch file to delete this key so i can just put it in the autostart folder and it will delete the key at every system start.
Can someone give me an example of how this batch file should look like?
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