Windows 7 Windows 7 64bit PaintDeskTopVersionVerion

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  1. jjstccean

    jjstccean New Member

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    I'm wondering if anybody out there has the same problem with the windows 7 desktop version info sitting on their desktop (appeared without encouragement - have not edited the registry entry PaintDeskTopVersion = true or false) and it just won't go away! I've deleted the dWord entirely from the registry, recreated it again as 64bit dWord set it to true or false respectively - rebooted my machine - still there!

    Recently a new line appeared:
    Test Mode [new line]
    Windows 7
    Build 7600

    My windows is a legal copy and have been activated. I'm running the 64bit version with 4gig of RAM - 160gig Hard drive - 512mb gForce pci express colour card. I do not use any windows enhancing software - I'm using Kaspersky Antivirus software latest version. (Legally)

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
     
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  2. reghakr

    reghakr Excellent Member

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    Doesn't matter if you edit the regidsry,in the bets it was in the user32.dll file,
     
  3. jjstccean

    jjstccean New Member

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    if it's in the user32.dll file - have you any suggestions of what I can do about it, please? Does this mean it's a 32bit dWord in the registry?

    Thanks.
     
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    reghakr Excellent Member

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    No I'd on']think it can be done,''You would Have to be very experirnced and know how to use a hex editor
     

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