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The letter "t" before REG BINARY is a switch that tells Windows that this is a type. The switch named "v" precedes that value letting Windows know that fe340ead is a value.
If your computer contained a parent key named HKLM\Software\My Co and you pressed "Enter." Windows would add your new key and its value to the registry. Review the help for other commands, such as Delete and Copy, to see examples of how to use those commands to perform those operations.
Syntax: REG QUERY [ROOT\]Reg Key /v Value Name [/s] REG QUERY [ROOT\]Reg Key /ve --This returns the (default) value REG ADD [ROOT\]Reg Key /v Value Name [/t Data Type] [/S Separator] [/d Data] [/f] REG ADD [ROOT\]Reg Key /ve [/d Data] [/f] -- Set the (default) value REG DELETE [ROOT\]Reg Key /v Value Name [/f] REG DELETE [ROOT\]Reg Key /ve [/f] -- Remove the (default) value REG DELETE [ROOT\]Reg Key /va [/f] -- Delete all values under this key REG COPY [\Source Machine\][ROOT\]Reg Key [\Dest Machine\][ROOT\]Reg Key REG EXPORT [ROOT\]Reg Key File REG IMPORT File REG SAVE [ROOT\]Reg Key File REG RESTORE \Machine Name\[ROOT]\Key Name File REG LOAD File Name Key Name REG UNLOAD Key Name REG COMPARE [ROOT\]Reg Key [ROOT\]Reg Key [/v Value Name] [Output] [/s] REG COMPARE [ROOT\]Reg Key [ROOT\]Reg Key [/ve] [Output] [/s] Key: ROOT : HKLM = HKey_Local_machine (default) HKCU = HKey_current_user HKU = HKey_users HKCR = HKey_classes_root Value Name : The value, under the selected Reg Key, to edit.
(default is all keys and values) /d Data : The actual data to store as a "String", integer etc /f : Force an update without prompting "Value exists, overwrite Y/N" \Machine : Name of remote machine - omitting defaults to current machine.
Your cursor appears next to the command prompt in that window. The help displays the Add command's syntax and explains each of the command's parameters and switches.
Find the area at the bottom of the dialog box labeled \"Export range\" and make sure the \"All\" button is checked.Only HKLM and HKU are available on remote machines.File Name : The filename to save or restore a registry hive. (Creating a new key) /S : Query all subkeys and values.In this example, assume that you want to change a key value associated with the program called CHKDSK, and that you have been told it exists at the following location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Current Control Set\Control\Session Manager\Boot Execute Find the specific Registry key.In the panel on the left-hand side of the Registry Editor, find the top-level folder named HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.
These changes may be difficult to undo and may require you to completely re-install your operating systems.