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How to set the value for event log in the registry

I was aked to follow these folling steps to disable the"print the event log"option "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlPrintProviders". Add "Eventlog" and set the value "Reg_DWORD" at "0".
but the problem is that I couldn't set "Reg_DWORD" by default it is written as "event log" even then I changed the value to "0" but still the problem hasn't been rectified :-( its still the same:(

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  • ferdy_fs Jun 25, 2009

    even after changing the (event log) value to "0" i have the same problem with my printer... again and again an extra page with all the details about the document is being printed at the end:-(... I've even tried uninstalling and then reinstalling my printer but even then it doesn't work:-(

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If I understand what you are needing to do is to Disable Print Job Notification in Event Viewer for Windows Vista Home Premium

When you are in the registry editor

and at
"System Key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Print\Providers]
you should have seen and entry, right ?

name type Data
eventlog Reg_DWORD 0x00000000 (0)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
To change the DATA value, double click on the NAME Eventlog
A small window will open that says "edit DWORD value"

Value Name: event log
leave this the same, it is not changeable

Value Data:
Change this data to 0
You can go back into the registry to confirm this value was changed, then turn off your computer and turn it back on again.

This should work for you.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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