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1st do a complete uninstall of the product if you have had i t before Then reboot Reinstall the scanner (don't connect your scanner until instructed)

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First defrag,then click on RUN,type regedit,go to hkey user, delete logs

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<p>Introduction:<br /> <p>When installing or uninstalling the printer driver, a message may appear stating that <span>access is denied</span>. This may occur in Windows 2000 or XP. It may be necessary to edit the registry of the computer to resolve this issue. <br /> <p>Editing the registry with the instructions in this document may bypass security profiles. Please consult your system administrator.<br /> <p>According the instructions below, first check the service pack on your computer, and if necessary update it. If the issue is not resolved, proceed and edit the registry.<br /> <p>Instructions:<br /> <p><b>Step 1: Check the service pack</b> <br /> <p>The issue may be resolved by updating the service pack, if the most recent service pack is not already installed. To check which service pack is installed on the computer, complete the following steps: <br /> <ul> <li> <p><b>Windows XP:</b> Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. Under System:, the service pack is listed. <br /> <li> <p><b>Windows 2000:</b> Right-click My Computer and then click Properties. Under System:, the service pack is listed. <br /></li></ul> <p>Make a note of the service pack information. <br /> <p>On the Microsoft Web site, find the Windows Update information. Check to verify the latest service pack and whether it is installed on your computer. If necessary, follow the instructions provided by Microsoft, or contact Microsoft for help, to install the service pack.<br /> <p>If the error message returns and you are unable to install or uninstall the printer driver, proceed to Step 2.<br /> <p><b>Step 2: Edit the Registry</b> <br /> <p>Window maintains most of the information about your computer and its programs in a file called the registry. It is important to backup the registry before editing it. If mistakes are made when editing the registry, your computer may not function properly. Having a backup copy of a working registry will allow you to restore your computer to a working state if mistakes are made while editing the registry.<br /> <p><b>Backing up the Registry</b> <br /> <p>Complete the steps in this section to backup the Windows registry. <br /> <ol> <li> <p>Click Start and then click Run. <br /> <li> <p>In the Open box, type regedit. Click OK. <br /> <li> <p>In the Registry Editor, select My Computer. <br /> <li> <p>In Windows 2000, click Registry and then Export Registry. <br /> <p>In Windows XP, with My Computer highlighted, click File and then Export. <br /> <li> <p>Browse to a file location that will be easy to remember. <br /> <li> <p>Under Export Range, select All. <br /> <li> <p>Type in a filename. Suggestion: registry_backup with the current date. <br /> <li> <p>Click Save to save the backup copy of the register. <br /></li></ol> <p><b>Editing the Registry in Windows XP</b> <br /> <p>To make the necessary changes to the registry in Windows XP, follow these instructions: <br /> <ol> <li> <p>Click the ( <b>+</b>) next to HKEY LOCAL MACHINE. <br /> <li> <p>Click the ( +) next to SOFTWARE. <br /> <li> <p>Right-click Hewlett-Packard, then click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is checked in the Permissions for Users box below the Group or user names box. Then, click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Click the ( +) next to Hewlett-Packard. <br /> <li> <p>Right-click HPDJ PRINTING SYSTEM CONFIG and then click Permissions. Verify full control is allowed for each user on the list. Then, click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Right-click HPZ and then click Permissions. Verify full control is allowed for each user on the list, then click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Click the X in the upper-right corner of the Registry Editor to close it. <br /> <p>Now, with the registry edited properly, uninstall and reinstall the printer.<br /></li></ol> <p><b>Editing the Registry in Windows 2000</b> <br /> <p>To make the necessary changes to the registry in Windows 2000, follow these instructions: <br /> <ol> <li> <p>From the desktop (with the registry closed), click Start and Run. <br /> <li> <p>In the Open: box, type <span>Regedt32</span> and then click OK. <br /> <li> <p>In the tiled windows, find the one labeled HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on local machine and maximize it. <br /> <li> <p>Double-click HKEY LOCAL MACHINE. <br /> <li> <p>Double-click Software. <br /> <li> <p>Click the Hewlett-Packard entry. <br /> <li> <p>Click Security on the menu bar at the top of the window. <br /> <li> <p>Click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is checked in the Permissions box. <br /> <li> <p>Double-click Hewlett Packard. <br /> <li> <p>Click HP DJ PRINITNG SYSTEM CONFIG. <br /> <li> <p>Click Security and then click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is allowed for every user in the list. Click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Click HPZ. <br /> <li> <p>Click Security and then click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is allowed for every user in the list. Click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Close and exit from the registry.<br /> <p>Now, with the registry edited properly, uninstall and reinstall the printer.<br /></li></ol>

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Problems in setup softwaer on pc( registry) hkey local machine .


1st do a complete uninstall of the product if you have had i t before Then reboot Reinstall the scanner (don't connect your scanner until instructed)

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How i can reuse the norton 360 v 4.3.0.5 Its trial period is expired. Plz send me product key or trial reseter. special thanks


Please remove the existing version of Norton program from the control panel, then go ahead and delete all Symantec and Norton files from the computer's C or D drive.

After that, open your registry and first take a back up just in case anything get deleted by mistake.
Then delete all Norton and Symantec files from HK CURRENT USER, HKEY LOCAL MACHINE, HKEY USERS, HKEY CURRENT CONFIG.

You can click on the SOFTWARE folder in each class to find the Norton files if any.
To open your registry editor, type regedit in RUN command (windows key+R)

After that you can again install a trial version of Norton for 30 days.

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Most PC Problems like Slow PC performance is because the Windows Registry is corrupted or has critical errors. Try using a Windows Registry Cleaner to cleanup all errors. An optimized registry ensures error free and fast computing experience. Read more at www.fixpcfreeze.com

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Hauppauge ImpactVCB 166 make setting default to S-Video


it should just be a setting under options in the driver controll panle for the video card
the next way is probly above your technical abilities

if you care to try here is how
find the folder in programs files if not there check in the main c drive
once you find the driver folder for the video card you have to find the file that controls the settings
mostlikely ending in .ini
if your lucky it will be a simple text file that you can open with notepad
your going to have to do some research on what the proper wording is to make the setting defult to s-video
who know it might be just that simple

you could also try the registy approach and change the setting in the registry that says what the defualt is saposed to be this method is the fastest and esayest way it is also the proper way if the setting is unavalible from the video cards controll panle.

the hard part is finding the corect registry entry to edit or modify
to get into the registry
start/run/enter in the field "regedit" then click ok
the registry editor should now be open

be highly advised making mistakes in here can and will corupt your system to the point of not working at all
if you dont know what the hkey is for dont tinker with it you will be sorry if you do
export any key you plan on changing befor you change it thus if you do make a mistake you can simply double click the exported hkey to restore it back to its original state
note for some Hkeys this wont be a fix it because your system wont even boot after you corupt the Hkey
good lucky making the change you need to make and check the setting of the card driver first look for tabs and sub menues boxes that say advanced on them check thru those first

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I learned that my CA software was not operating properly because I still have Norton anti-virus on my system. CA support told me to uninstall Norton and reinstall CA. I downloaded the Norton removal tool...


Please delete the files of Symantec from hkey users, hkey local machines, hkey current user and remove Symantec, Norton files frm common files in program files application data, local settings... and next steps is .... to be continued..next week

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I picked up this program called personal antivirus and I can't get rid of it.i looked in my programs and it's not even there.Any ideas?


go to start menu, then go to "run", then type regedit and hit enter.
Now you are in registry.
Find the HKEY LOCAL MACHINE and expand it, then find Software, and expand it. You should see your program here, right click and delete file.

Do the same with HKEY LOCAL USER

Also go to start menu, search , type program name. When found, right click and delete all files.

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Software problem


registry mechanic is a fluke program.
Don not trust it. Suggest you use Mcafee or another popular anti-virus solution.
What are you trying to fix ?

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