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Error accessing the registry

When I run a registry program to add something to the registry I get the message: Error accessing the registry. What to do?
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Rod

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  • Gauravani Jul 23, 2008

    Yes I am logged in as administrator.

    I do not know if this is related, but I also cannot delete files from my boot drive, but I can from by secondary drive. I can move some of the files, but not delete them.

    Thanks,

    Gauravani

  • Richard Finch May 11, 2010

    There is a bad dose of Virtumondo going around that removes adminstrator privilegdes.

    What antivirus and antispyware scanners do you use?

  • Richard Finch May 11, 2010

    Are you logged in as the Administrator?

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Access registry:
goto google and search for "unhookexec.inf", u will get the download from symantec website. download it on your desktop, right click on the unhook icon and click 'install'.
now goto run and type regedit, u should be able to access registry.

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