|Product:||F-PROT Antivirus for Windows|
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|Deleting and editing from the registry|
Locating a Key, Subkey, or Value
To start the registry editor, click on Start -> Run and type regedit in the field. Press "Ok" to confirm. Now the registry editor opens. There are five different top-level registry keys (or hives). They each start with "HKEY", for example: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft
The keys and subkeys are listed in a folder tree in the left pane of Registry Editor. If you click a key or subkey in the left pane, information about that key appears in the right pane.
To locate the registry key listed in this section, follow these steps:
Note: When you click the Microsoft subkey, the different values (but not subkeys) that it contains appear in the right pane. To view the subkeys, expand Microsoft. To locate a value, click the subkey that contains the value, and then view the contents of the right pane.
To change the value data for the TestDWORD DWORD Value to 0 in the TestSubkey key, follow these steps:
To delete the TestDWORD DWORD Value in the TestSubkey key, follow these steps:
For further information, please see the Microsoft's Help and Support: