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Windows 7: Desktop and Shutdown Tweaks Combined

03 Jun 2010   #40

MS Windows Server 2008 R2

glad to be of any service

btw: does anyone happen to have a .reg like this but for WinXP?

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20 Jun 2010   #41

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1

Here you go.

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12 Aug 2010   #42

Windows 7 Home edition (64 bit)

I am new on this forum and I used this registry tweak today. I made the Full registry thing to roll back whenever i want but now after using this tweak i dont see the visual effects of minimising/maximising. This is the reason i hv decided to roll back.
The minimising/maximising is too fast and does not show the true visual effects which it showed before.
But when i click on the backup registry "Full registry", after clicking yes etc, an error comes

"Cannot import C:\Users\Zeeshan\Desktop\Full registry.reg: Error accessing the registry."

I really need help..
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15 Aug 2010   #43

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1

Hi thriller,

I'm sorry, maybe i'm confused what is it that is happeneing or has gone wrong and what do you want to do?
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16 Aug 2010   #44

Windows 7 Home edition (64 bit)

thanks for your assistance..
actually, i wanted to roll back to my default registry which i did so by restoring the system-backup.

There was some difference in the visual effects.. I don't know but maybe it was just normal :P
Anyhow, I've rolled it back.
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17 Aug 2010   #45

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1

Glad things worked out.

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20 Aug 2010   #46

Windows 7 Professsional
boot defrag

how long does the boot defrag take, how do I know when it's done and it's safe to shut down? I did not see much change in CPU activity.

The CPU went to zero for a while so I figured it was done and I shut down.

Arrrgh, now my computer won't shut down after I start up, and nothing is working, it won't let me open anything either. What is wrong? how do I undo the change?

update: after I started in safe mode, and then restarted normally, everything is back to how it was.

update 2: it seems from looking at some other pages that there is not supposed to be a space between the comma and "ProcessIdleTasks"? is that right?
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21 Aug 2010   #47

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1

Hi X201t,

Welcome to the forum.

I'm sorry but I haven't got the slightest clue as to what you are talking about.

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11 Sep 2010   #48

Windows Home Edition 32 bit

does this work since my OS is on my D drive and not my c drive
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12 Sep 2010   #49

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1

Hi RickyMan,

It doesn't matter if the OS is on D or Whatever. It still is C to Windows. Nevertheless registry key commands are OS related and don't have a directory route. They will change the OS commands because the request isn't saying change something from a directory it's saying change something to the OS commands.
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