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Discussion in 'Windows 10 Help and Support' started by chuckj5, Jun 29, 2016.
Yes, it is there.
I did not find the key
Could not install. Dialog box opens saying some files are in use or I do not have privileges to make changes.
I do not have that key.
I did find this key manually (Search registry did not find it)
Chuck try importing the file from reply #15. For most of these keys you do need to be an admin on the computer.
I do have this key (Search registry did not find it)
In my profile I am administrator - This is a personal laptop. I just checked the profile to make sure I am administrator
I tried the zip file again, attacked is snip of dialog box that comes up.
Please export your Folder key so I can see what yours is set to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder
These are the keys involved in opening a folder, the important one is shell\open\command\(Default)
The registry file you requested. I had to save as text so I could upload it. Forum would not let me upload as .reg
Hmm well that looks normal
I ran the Process Monitor and could not find that string. I did a search for it and received a message that it was unable to be found (see attached). I went to the Regedit and found it (see attachment).