Manual trick to Enable Registry Editing Disabled by Administrator: Virus attack error

“Registry Editing has been disabled by the administrator”

The above is the one of the most irritating error faced by even after a slight virus attack, thus interrupting the smooth system performance. As we all know Registry is the most important part of the Windows System Management as it stores all the information whether it is hardware or software. It contains settings for low-level operating system components as well as the applications running on the platform: the kernel, device drivers, services, SAM, user interface and third party applications all make use of the registry.

This is why it is the most prone area of the viruses attack… now what to do if this already happened to any system and is blocked… though there are many automated registry editors available over the web and many already mentioned on this blog also… but in case if you don’t have ready with you or looking for a manual way to fix it… you can also go through… just follow the steps given below:

Notepad trick to enable registry:
1. Open the Notepad.
2. Copy the below code and paste into the notepad.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

3. Now save the Notepad file as “anything.reg“(without quotes) and remember to select the file type as all files while saving otherwise you will not been able to execute it.
4. Now Close the file and open by double click on file and then click ok
Though the above tricks works in most of the cases but even if the problem not fixed you can also do it via the GPEDIT.MSC; steps given below:

Start -> Run -> gpedit.msc -> User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Prevent access to registry editing tools -> Right Click Properties -> Disabled

That’s all the simple hack to Enable the Registry disabled by Administrator. Isn’t that simple…

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