I have a registry key that I cannot delete. If I try to click on or delete the key, I get the error "An error is preventing this key from being opened. Details: The system cannot find the file specified." If I try to delete the branch, I get a generic "error while deleting key"
The key is HKEY_USERS\...\Software\Adobe\Common\10\Sites\Software\SecuROM\License information
Bckground: In trying to move DreamWeaver site information over from a dead box, I inadvertently imported the entire Software registry branch from the old box into the DreamWeaver branch on the new W7 box. I was able to remove all the extraneous information except for this key. This key seems to be stopping me from retaining site information in DW, as any sites I create are lost when I close DW.
I've tried taking ownership of the key and branch in regedit but just get the same error that it doesn't exist. I've contacted Securom tech support and they suggested using RegDelNull (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897448.aspx), but that was also unsuccessful). Any other ideas for aggessively removing the rogue key?