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Game Database Login Register Remember Me? I admit, could be the installer for alcohol, but your installer didnt list the option to uninstall. :S Last edited by DemonNinja; 07-30-2008 at 06:55 AM.. Finally succeeded by opening cmd "as administrator" and running psexec -i -s c:\windows\regedit.exe (note no -d option) Robbie's solution was the only one that worked for me.Cheers, robbie! If you have SPTD 1.86 version or higher installed, driver will not boot in safe mode.

I ran it again, and it showed that I could uninstall it from the same interface, so I can assume that it installed correctly.When I try to run the Alchohol installed, After reboot you can delete the whole sptd key in registry. It doesnt look like a permissions issue. In this case in Permissions window go to "Advanced->Owner" select/add yourself as an owner, check the first checkbox (you should have 2 below the owners) and Apply, then you should be http://forum.daemon-tools.cc/f19/how-do-i-delete-sptd-regedit-25899/

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I have tried running CMD as administrator also with the same results. god bless.. I can install the STPD drivers from the file "SPTDinst-v174-x86.exe" successfully.

I removed SPTD manually, re-installed and then re-installed Daemon Tools without a problem. What a relief....! Took ownership, access denied as admin, then as LOCAL admin, then as LOCAL admin in safe mode!! You've be able to figure out what no one else could.

i deleted all the folders as u said nd its not wrkin,, X( Left by abhi on Aug 28, 2009 1:49 PM # re: Re-Installing Daemon Tools Lite (and SPTD) on Sptd Driver Windows 10 At last a solution that works! Left by Vash on Oct 09, 2009 1:09 PM # re: Re-Installing Daemon Tools Lite (and SPTD) on Windows 7 If you still can't set the OwnerShip to yourself, disable UAC https://djsilenceboy.wordpress.com/2011/04/15/how-to-fully-uninstallclean-sptd-virtual-driver/ After reboot open registry editor again, enable all permissions of sptd/cfg key, then delete entire sptd key, and reboot again (important).After this second reboot re-install SPTD layer, and after required reboot

Then follow the next steps: Right click on sptd key Choose Permissions... Stop the task, delete the .exe But no matter what I can NOT edit HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\avguard.exe No matter if I run as local admin, or a System with I select English. I clicked on user and checked the full control box.

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What was left in my Windows Registry was HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\ ENUM\Root\legacy_ssnfd. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/56fed319-a532-46a4-a384-fd795998c4a3/regedit-permissions-access-denied-or-error-while-deleting-key-even-as-admin?forum=w7itproinstall So I tried following ways: 1. Sptd Windows 10 Realy aprishiate whis! Daemon Tools Lite Make something idiot proof, but then they just make a better idiot Peace Through Power Reply With Quote ←Previous Thread | Next Thread→ Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.icio.us StumbleUpon Google Posting Rules

You did me well, friend. http://txtbl.com/windows-10/cannot-back-up-registry-key.html don't forget to reboot people! It even allows me to uninstall it (which I do not do now). THIS SITE (C) 2006 DUPLEX SECURE Ltd.

  1. I just press ctrl+f and search for all the SPTD keys and deletes them all.) Anyway, when I restart my computer, it restarts itself over and over again.
  2. After that the Teeter2 stuff from it remained.
  3. Back to top #15 ptolomeus3 ptolomeus3 Forum Support Support Team 5,144 posts Posted 15 October 2010 - 07:28 PM Maybe the "upgrade" mixed up some of the permissions.
  4. After reading about their APP I did download their PSTools, and used PSEXEC to allow me to delete the entry in Windows Registry in all 6 places.....
  5. Forum DAEMON Tools Support Technical Questions How do I delete SPTD from Regedit???

IF YOU CLICK DELETE ... Left by Nat on Oct 31, 2009 2:24 AM # re: Re-Installing Daemon Tools Lite (and SPTD) on Windows 7 From me too, thanks very much! But it worked like magic!Thanks... http://txtbl.com/windows-10/cannot-delete-sptd-error.html For some keys, you need to right click on the key (and may be on all its sub-keys), and select "permissions…" and check "Full control" in order to delete the key.

Just righ-click on the SPTD installation file and select "Run as administrator" and it wokrs perfectly :-) Left by MST on Feb 05, 2010 11:10 AM # re: Re-Installing Daemon Tools just one last thing - could you clarify what values 0,1,2,3,4 ... PSEXEC give's one all the power of over-riding Trust Installed Apps in the Registry....

Saturday, November 28, 2015 8:48 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the exact same problem and tried everything here but none of them worked.

I don't get the "failed to open service key" error.This is the error that I get:SPTDinst-v176-x86.exe is not a valid Win32 Application.I followed the link above and am sure I downloaded Further those registry entries should be overwritten during the install. I still got error with psexec and access denied with registrar. Out of frustration/curiosity, I installed the Pro trial instead of lite, and it worked right out of the box.I spent almost two hours screwing with reg entries, rebooting, and nearly pulverizing

But I still couldn't install the SPTD. Reboot. 6. So I need to give myself permission, to give myself permission, to do a simple task like delete a single registry key! http://txtbl.com/windows-10/cannot-edit-registry-value.html This is because Administrator Command Prompt seems to read folder names in traditional DOS-like fashion (ie.

Thanks . Back to top #8 bobmorton bobmorton 1% Member Members 1 posts Posted 10 September 2010 - 09:16 PM Go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\sptd" and set the "Start" value to "4" (service disabled).Reboot, go I couldn't find any help on daemon tools support knowledge base but I did find a link to your website from a follow forum member. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here...

It's enough to just run the installation with administrator rights. Registeror Login→ Remember Me? Left by Ryan Pfister on Oct 04, 2009 9:34 AM # re: Re-Installing Daemon Tools Lite (and SPTD) on Windows 7 For those that still get the error. Thanks again.

Since I knew where the entry was located, I used Regedit to try and remove it, like your entry above, It Denied me Access...! Left by EL CABRON on Apr 04, 2010 7:38 PM # re: Re-Installing Daemon Tools Lite (and SPTD) on Windows 7 Thank you! I examined the registry again to confirm there was no references to SPTD and Alcohol. Here are the steps to re-install SPTD on Windows 7: 1.) Open regedit.

You have to set you as owner of the key first and give you full writing permissions. I tried to run the Alcohol120_retail_2.0.1.2033.exe installer. Any suggestions? Finally, just in case, delete this entry too: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\eventlog\System\sptd Now run SPTD setup again, you should be able to install it and after a reboot install Daemon Tools.

Sorry but I'm all new to this. Edit 3. Get access denied when trying to either delete or reset permissions on so-called legacy key. By-note, we always advice a fresh install instead of a "upgrade".Hi, I booted in Safe Mode, and logged in an account with Administrator privaleges.

Also tried bunch of other registry programs as well...