|27 Aug 2009||#21|
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If you merged the .reg files - the reg entries are correct.
I have no reason to suspect Glary as I can't replicate that on my system. I did exactly what you did - unticked, closed the app. , restarted Glary, then ticked it again . No problems.
I seem to remember I came across this before and don't recall having found the cause.
Check in System Environment variables and see if you have this entry ( yours will probably be C: instead of D: )
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|27 Aug 2009||#23|
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well been googling around and have found the following :-
regedit32.exe program has no way to create a default value of REG_EXPAND_SZ datatype. You have to create a merge file and use "@=hex(2):00,00" to insert a empty string of that datatype. Note that you can created named values of the REG_EXPAND_SZ datatype, just not the default value.
Looks like when i did a reg Clean with Glary it must have messed something up somewhere else in the reg, and i have no chance of finding it. Unfortunately iv also found that because i use a duel boot xpp/Windows 7 system it is causing me to loose my restore points on both xp and Windows 7 because they are both using the same system restore volume, so no restore points for me to use
Well all this is darn annoying & other than putting a short cut up for compmgmt.msc i reckon i might have to do a repair install of Windows 7 or maybe ill just forget about it as its such a minor thing but things like this do tend to drive me mad.
Anyhow thx for all your help chaps, if you have any more suggestions as to what i can do next to diagnose whats gone wrong they would be greatly appreciated.
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