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Q: Cannot import items into the registry: There may be a disk or file system error

original title: registry

i change my registry:

 Open Regedit, and navigate to the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT branch, scroll down until you see the .exe entry.

It should read Default (value not set) Content Type should read application/x-msdownload.

Now scroll down to exefile. The Default data value should read Application. The editFlags entry should read 37 07 00 00. FriendlyTypeName should read @SystemRoot\System32\shell32.dll, 10156

DefaultIcon key should read %1. The Shell key should only have a data value of (value not set)

The Open key should have Default with a value of (value not set). The EditFlags should have a Data value of 00 00 00 00

The command key should have the default value set to %1 %.. The same value under IsolatedCommand should also read %1 %

Under runasuser, the Default value is (value not set). The HashLUAShield has no entry at all. Clicking on command gives you the same results as in the open command above.

The runasuser, The default value should read @shell32.dll,-50944. Extended should have no value set. SuppersionPolicyEX should have a Default value of {F211AA05-D$DF-4370-A2A0-9F19CO9756A7}

Under Shellex you will also find keys named ContextmenuHandlers, DropHandler, and PropertySheetHandlers

Now i get select Start->run->regedit

Adding information can unintentionally change or delete values and cause component to stop working correctly. If you do not trust the resource of this infomation in.. do not it to the registry. Are you want to continue?

i select yes Cannot import ..:Error opening the file. There may be a disk or file system error

Please, help me !

Thanks!

Answer

A:

Because i have an error *.exe has stop working, so i try registry and ... :D

I solved this error.

Thank you very much!:)

 

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