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No access. Now click on OK button. 4. Step 5 A new Permission Entry window should pop-up, just Check the Allow Full Control box and Click OK. Did you add yourself as owner? http://txtbl.com/unable-to/cannot-change-permissions-in-registry-key.html

I then tried to do the regedit without first right click run as administrator permission and then everything worked. I am trying to change a services "Start" value from 2 to 3. Reply Pawel November 15, 2013 at 7:16 am # Besides it is not working. Multiple people have posted that it worked, and said thanks. http://www.groovypost.com/howto/take-full-permissions-control-edit-protected-registry-keys/

Unable To Save Permission Changes On Regedit

Reply Harry June 10, 2014 at 2:34 pm # That "thanks for visiting my site" ad for subscription is most annoying. 🙂 At the end of the day no one solved Next navigate to the registry key where you want to make the change. Error logs, examples of code. I am on Home Premium, but I assume most professionals are on Business or Ultimate, which have GPE.

If the Full Control option is not enabled, check the option Allow so enable the permission for the user account. AboutNickNick is a Software Engineer. VG ^^ Did you try CCleaner? Unable To Save Permission Changes Windows 10 Comment Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website Email me when someone adds a comment here.

Reply John Zucker October 21, 2012 at 4:49 am # This does not seem to be a working recipe, unfortunately. Registry Editor Could Not Set Owner On The Key Currently Selected When trying to create a new entry within a protected Key you’ll see the following error: Error Creating Key Cannot create key: You do not have the requisite permissions to create Please try again later. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/238556-45-cannot-modify-delete-change-permissions-registry I don't think keeping you as the owner of the file will anyhow create any trouble.

Reply Harry June 10, 2014 at 2:34 pm # That "thanks for visiting my site" ad for subscription is most annoying. 🙂 At the end of the day no one solved Unable To Save Permission Changes Access Is Denied When you are working with a premade .reg file, it won’t work.  If you run a .reg file to import new registry entries, you’ll encounter the following error: Registry Editor Cannot Thi tran thi ha 2,808 views 2:13 Repair Windows 10 using Automatic Repair - Duration: 6:54. Reply ted mosby August 8, 2012 at 9:43 am # i got an access denied when i tried to replace owner Reply ted mosby August 8, 2012 at 9:44 am #

Registry Editor Could Not Set Owner On The Key Currently Selected

Should I do those first, then try steps 1 and 2 again? Finally, in addition to a full system restore point, you can also just backup the registry itself. Unable To Save Permission Changes On Regedit For Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7: Go to "Owner" tab, select your username and click on Apply button. Windows 10 Registry Permissions It'll open new dialog box.

Reply Jay Reaper June 3, 2014 at 3:31 pm # Gotta admit, I find it pretty amusing when people say that Groove is making Windows less safe. I get "Unable to save permission changes on USBSTOR. This was added executing the .reg file: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\WPA\PosReady] "Installed"=dword:00000001 Please, I did something bad step?? Popular Latest Auto Back Up Your Photos to OneDrive from Any Mobile Device October 5, 2016 How to Disable Startup Programs in Windows 10 October 30, 2016 Microsoft Patch Tuesday for Cannot Edit Registry Windows 10

When I click "OK" at the end of step 3, I don't get the dialog box shown in your step 4. Groove for the article but I want some details about how to do it using Command prompt I need it bu commands ot like batch file; thank you again Adel Reply I would recommend to undo this once your done editting your registry so that you're not prone to security issues later on… Reply Rey March 3, 2015 at 4:03 am # Desktop has Windows 10 Pro.

Reply Ramesh March 20, 2013 at 4:17 am # Thanks for u r tips..Its very helpful….. An Error Is Preventing This Key From Being Opened The System Cannot Find The File Specified Click on Apply and OK buttons and you'll now have full permission on the registry key. .Thanks for watching Howtosolveit Channel. Reply Dave March 6, 2013 at 7:20 pm # Step 3 - access denied!

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Right-click on the desired key and select Permissions from the popup menu.Click on "Change" button. Windows 10 Guru 47,849 views 7:16 Loading more suggestions... mrgroove should probably highlight that point so it sticks out a little more - Once you make the tweak you need, reverse the process to lock things back up again. Can't Edit Registry Windows 7 There are plenty of other websites that show how to introduce hacks into the registry to try and get free support without having to bring this to the groovypost forums.

Can you provide any help? I tried to get around this "We won't let you do it" by using some C# code after backing up the registry and as soon as the code hit the break-point Although we provide detailed steps to do this task in all our tutorials, some people find it difficult to take ownership of registry keys. Nope I don't trust Microsoft and its dirty tactics and was they to spend half as much time fixing windows as they do at auditing our every move for the NSA

The following tutorial will help you to take full permission control to edit protected Registry keys in Windows 10.Steps To Take Full Permissions Control To Edit Protected Registry Keys in Windows Please make sure you are following all the steps properly. But no, they don't "get an F". Multiple people have posted that it worked, and said thanks.

Should I do this? Published on Sep 27, 2015How to Take Full Ownership of Windows Registry Keys. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose how to take ownership permission of a registry key in windows 10 - Howtosolveit Howtosolveit SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe11,60111K Loading... If they're greyed out like in my screenshot, but you don't have full access, you can try to take ownership of the object by clicking Advanced Then next to Owner click

Search through over 5000+ Articles! Home News Windows Downloads Security Edge IE Office Phone General Deals Forum About How to take full control of Windows Registry keys RECOMMENDED: Click here to fix Windows errors and improve Reply Rod Seed February 7, 2011 at 6:26 am # Please Mr Groove could you tell us novices which key it is? Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading...