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Windows 7: change control panel settings in registry export to another system


14 May 2012   #1

win7 64bit
 
 
change control panel settings in registry export to another system

Hello,
can any one help me in this .How to change these settings in registry for win 7 64bit and tried manually i want to change all these settings in one registry export that registry file to another 6 win 7 64bit systems .

1.Control panel/select power plans :enable "High performance"
2.Control panel /high performance /change plan settings: Turn-off display: never,put the computer to sleep:Never
3.Control panel/power options/high performance/change plan settings/change advanced power settings :
a. Hard disk /turn-off hard disk after :never (set to "0")
b sleep after :Never
c. USB settings /usb selective... Disable
d. Power button and lid/power button action : shut down
e.Display/Turn off display after:never Thanks for your Support

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