I am not able to edit my basic info.
Hi, what basic info exactly are you talking about?
Computer owner / organisation?
If you would like to use a script to change your owner / organisation, please follow the steps below.
NOTE: Executing a .VBS script is usually not a good idea, unless you know what you are doing. Please carefully follow the instructions below.
Below is a custom script made to change your owner/organisation.
type notepad.exe, press Enter
copy and paste the following:
'ChgOwnOrg.vbs - Change Win9x Registered Owner/Organization.
'© Bill James - email@example.com - rev 29 Oct 1999.
'Modified for Windows XP
Set ws = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Dim ws, t, p1, p2, n, g, cn, cg
p1 = "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\"
n = ws.RegRead(p1 & "RegisteredOwner")
g = ws.RegRead(p1 & "RegisteredOrganization")
t = "Change Owner and Organization Utility"
cn = InputBox("Type new Owner and click OK", t, n)
If cn <> "" Then
ws.RegWrite p1 & "RegisteredOwner", cn
cg = InputBox("Type new Organization and click OK.", t, g)
If cg <> "" Then
ws.RegWrite p1 & "RegisteredOrganization", cg
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If you feel at all unsure, do not run this script. All it does it change your Owner and Organisation of the computer.
Save that file (in notepad) as "Change Info.vbs"
Note that you will have to change the "Save as type" to "All Files"
After you are done saving it, close notepad and double click "Change Info.vbs" and it will ask you to enter first your name, and then your organisation.
If this wasn't what you were asking about, or if you don't want to run a .vbs script (I can understand), please let us know.
Dec 14, 2009 |
Computers & Internet