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Thread: Taking ownership of a registry key to edit...

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    radzer0 is offline New Member
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    Default Taking ownership of a registry key to edit...

    Everywhere on google they say the same way to do it but apparently at some point in the past couple years there was a update that killed off the old way and I cant find a new way on a fully updated windows 7 load.

    Anybody have any ideas for me? Ive even tried some of the smaller tools such as regownit 1.0 etc etc. They say they do what they should but it doesnt.

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Enum\USBST OR\Disk&Ven_ASMT&Prod_2105&Rev_0\0123456789AB&0

    Thats the key im trying to change. Also I looked into logging in as system vs adminstrator but I cant find any info on how to do that on windows 7.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Kapil Arya's Avatar
    Kapil Arya is offline Microsoft MVP
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    You may try the RegOwnershipEx tool to take the ownership of the key you've mentioned so far. Let us know if that helps you.

    Hope this helps, Good luck

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