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It's ROM (read-only-memory) Back to top #3 thesbros Members 484 posts LocationMy house. I don't like to mess with msconfig. 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 # So while running Ubuntu live off of USB stick, I checked NTFS partitions in Gparted program. http://addictech.net/access-denied/an-access-denied-error-was-returned-while-attempting-to-change-a-service.html

I will try the program recommended to replace using misconfig. Much more lightweith on resources, and much mor problems free and it does the job perfectly. I see that when I installed the printer software, HP kindly set up a new user account, 'ASP.NET Machine A...' on my machine without asking my permission. I have read the prior posts from all of you who have discussed (cussed in my case) the issue. this page

I receive similar access denied error when trying to change the startup type through services.msc and even by attempting to disable through msconfig. But no, they don't "get an F". TheShooter93 replied Jan 23, 2017 at 3:02 PM unable to connect to router... Back to top #12 OFFLINE Linguist Linguist Member Members 21 posts Gender:Male Location:Spain Posted 05 December 2013 - 03:30 PM Yes, I'm using avast!

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 I am trying to change a services "Start" value from 2 to 3. Back to top #9 OFFLINE Linguist Linguist Member Members 21 posts Gender:Male Location:Spain Posted 05 December 2013 - 09:44 AM Even with a reboot, the Run key has no other values Where else?

How do I know the registry key is protected? 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 These are necessary to improve.
Finally, in addition to a full system restore point, you can also just backup the registry itself.
Y'all need to keep calm and groove on.

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On many occasions that thing has locked up my drives, prevented me access to my own data or removing things that it shouldn't. Also, hope you don't mind my butting in. You should now be able to edit any of the entries within the registry key that you just modified permissions for.  Don’t forget that if you want to maintain proper security So I am trying to run command chkdsk /f C: as well as chkdsk /r C: (and all other variants((with c or without)) and I get " Cannot Lock Current drive"

I'll try it with another computer with avast! Thanks Shneiky! That's simply not true. Anyway, I hope the problem is solved soon, because I don't want to disable the selfdefense everytime...

I'll post my results. weblink Sign Up Now! For what it's worth, I am trying to change the service startup type for LEMSS Agent. Ask !

I'll only ask you to read forum rule #15. PML Security Update pmsvptch.exe v1.0 released on 2006-11-07 for the software from HP's website. On many occasions that thing has locked up my drives, prevented me access to my own data or removing things that it shouldn't. navigate here It does look like HP is the culprit in these issues so I will have to try to solve my problem with the same procedures.

You control the last. However, this is not recommended for security purposes unless you plan on removing said permissions when you finish working. Stay logged in Sign up now!

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Any suggestions how to fix it? Reply Ramesh March 20, 2013 at 4:17 am # Thanks for u r tips..Its very helpful….. try running regedit as administrator (right click and hit run as administrator) Reply joe April 12, 2015 at 4:16 pm # however, the file lost ownership can't be reset , as Then, finally go to Registry Editor & search for keywords "pml" & "hpz12" & deleted all entries that showed that they were of HP.

Back to top #15 OFFLINE dvdbane dvdbane Advanced Member Members 356 posts Gender:Male Posted 17 December 2013 - 06:33 PM avast already updated to v9.0.2011 can anyone test if it is I see most of the posts are a year old, however there is one recent one, so I don't feel too out of date. Thanks Rod Seed Reply goLfie February 7, 2011 at 12:06 pm # This should work for any registry key. his comment is here I tried searching for answers, but couldn't find any that would help me snailshell, Dec 5, 2006 #1 Sponsor wr4698er73678 Banned Joined: Nov 25, 2006 Messages: 308 What service

Do your Registry Cleaning in small bits (at the very least Check-mark by Check-mark)ALWAYS BACKUP THE ENTRY, YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU'LL BREAK IF YOU DON'T. Here's my problem though: I was able to Disable AVG related files in the Startup tab. The reason for doing this via the Registry, rather than tweaking the Pml hpz12 entry in Services, was that HP seems determined I should not adjust this startup item easily and Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account?

So far this fault has therefore been merely a hassle; but I am concerned that if the Administrator status is not properly recognised by the system, someday something else that responds Several functions may not work. If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box. However, since it is just a permissions issue we can get around this by granting your user account in Windows the correct permissions!  Read on to learn how.

Yes Windows X goes too far in their information gathering. Just use security essentials if you have xp or seven or windows defender if you have windows 8. YES I ran as administrator. You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others.

mizmander, May 26, 2007 #15 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Access Denied To Change Startups Started by van1934 , Jan 12 2007 11:41 AM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic #1 van1934 van1934 Members 24 posts OFFLINE Back to top #3 OFFLINE hpower1 hpower1 Newbie Members 2 posts Gender:Male Posted 05 November 2013 - 08:25 AM . Are you sure you have disabled all AVG components completely?

I hope the Regedit didn't get corrupted... If not, you may need to run regedit as an administrator. The only way I could change permissions was to edit the registry in SAFE mode.