My apologies Katrina, I should have explained how to get to "regedit". Go to your "start" icon and type "regedit" in the "Search Programs & Files". "Regedit" will be displayed at the top of the menu list. Click on this and "User Account Control" will ask you if you want to allow. Click "Yes" and you will be taken to the "Registry Editor" menus. There are 5 names listed all starting "HKEY..... In my last post at no 2. Look for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.Click on the small triangle to the left of the icon. This will open up another menu. Now look for "Software" and click again on the triangle to the leftto open another menu. Carry on for "Microsoft", "Windows", "Current Version", "Policies". Follow instructions from original post from No. 3 IF YOU ARE UNSURE OR RELUCTANT TO MAKE CHANGES TO REGISTRY. ASK SOMEONETO HELP YOU.