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Discussion in 'FileChecker & ID-Blaster Forum' started by wrazoo, Jan 14, 2005.

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  1. wrazoo

    wrazoo Registered Member

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    I just installed IDBlaster and I am using the defaults with the installation: WMP7 + WMP8 Unique ID, NT -specific ID, Windows ID and Internet Explorer ID.

    When I edit one of the unique ID's, why can't I click on "Grab Registry Value and Intelligently Format" and have it perform that function on Internet ID or Windows ID or NT -specific ID?

    Also, how do I determine what ID's I might need to add? I frequently run 2 mp3 download programs (LimeWire and WinMX). Should I add these? If so, how do I find the current ID's?

    I am running Windows XP Pro, so should I delete the NT entry? This has been confusing to me, so thanks for your help.
     
  2. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    Hey wrazoo,

    Since I'm still learning IDblaster....I'll attempt to assist until those more versed in this program drop by.

    Since that registry entry is part of the Local_Machine(HKLM)....it's possible you need Admin priveligies in order to write to that key ?

    I'm still searching thru the past threads of this Forum and if\when I find related info I'll post....or....you can read this thread....and if there's any questions....just ask and I'll uh....try to find help o_O

    I would not delete anything just yet....but I would caution you to back-up your original ID's if you haven't already done so.
     
  3. wrazoo

    wrazoo Registered Member

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    Thanks for your help. I do have admin privledges. When I click on Grab Registry Value, the only one that changes is WMP7 + WMP8. Windows, Explorer and Windows NT don't.

    Also, how do you determine what other programs should be added?
     
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