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this one had me stumped for ages!! i could add all the reg's in the world, but could i delete one? no!

well anyways, all you have to do is add a minus (-) before the line of registry you want to delete.

will post an example in a minute

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this will delete that entire -Site0 key:


delete a value (will delete the line about local directory):


-"Local Directory"=dword:00000001

delete contents of a value (will blank the local directory value):


"Local Directory"=-

that should all work ok, hope this is of use to you.


Whoops, fixed mistake as mentioned below, sorry!

Edited by paul3vanz
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REG DELETE HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run /v MsnMsgr /f

That deletes the Run entry value after installing MSN so it won't start with Win. I use that in Runoncex after it's installed.

Open a command prompt and type REG DELETE /?

REG DELETE HKLM\Software\Macromedia\Sites\-Site0 /f

Deletes the registry key -Site0 and its all subkeys and values

/f Forces it.

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