Solved want to delete usb entry using regedit

Kingston Kingston datatraveler 101 g2 64...
November 8, 2012 at 02:32:28
Specs: Windows XP, 2GHZ/2GB
want to delete usb entry from regedit using dos cmd

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#1
November 8, 2012 at 02:46:23
What do you mean by USB entry?

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November 8, 2012 at 05:32:10
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"want to delete usb entry from regedit using dos cmd"

Regedit is a command/tool used to edit the registry, that's why is called REGEDIT. You do not have to use CMD. All you do is go to Start > Run, type in regedit, then click OK. I assume you want to remove the USB entry because you don't want anyone to know you've been using your Kingston DataTraveler on the system? Click Edit > Find, type in your search term, then click Find Next. Delete the entry, then press F3 to find the next Entry, delete that, then continue the process until no more are found.


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#3
November 8, 2012 at 05:42:50
want to delete usb entry from regedit using dos cmd

Seeing as DOS had no registry you will not find a DOS Command that has anything to do with the registry.

What you might find are are commands that run from a Command Prompt which just by chance just happens to look like the same Command Prompt that came with DOS, and old and antiquated Operating System.

You could use regedit from a Command Prompt but you would end up back in Windows just as if you had used Start > Run from Windows to begin with. The are no command line options that can be used with Regedit, it is purely a GUI application.

Stuart


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November 9, 2012 at 03:08:45

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