Windows 10: TouchPad problem

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  1.    20 Jul 2018 #141

    So that key def changes from 1 to 0 when it gets disabled as it did it again. When I enable the touchpad it changes back to 1.

    Tried to change the permissions but everything is greyed out for the 2 users so looks like I don't have permissions to change it
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  2.    20 Jul 2018 #142

    Are you running as admin?
    Try starting the registry editor with rt click, run as admin.
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  3.    20 Jul 2018 #143

    Attachment 196496

    i have managed to change the permissions now see attached
    and changed the 2 groups to read access only
    Last edited by bartjunited; 20 Jul 2018 at 09:50.
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  4.    20 Jul 2018 #144

    Great- let's see how the great experiment pans out..

    (Note- you might want to edit that screenshot so your email address is not shown)
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  5.    20 Jul 2018 #145

    Thanks again for your help. Fingers crossed now

    Do you still want me to look at the other tools you sent?
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  6.    20 Jul 2018 #146

    There are two possible approaches.
    1. See if this blocks the change.
    You can of course run the tool that monitors the key so you are immediately alerted to a change.

    2. Find the cause and solve the problem that way.

    Clearly the first- if it works- means you can get on with life (!)
    The second may take a long while to achieve.
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       20 Jul 2018 #147

    Please change that graphic. It has your email address exposed.

    Find the posting, click edit, click go advance, click on paper clip. Your attachments should show. Hover over attachment, an "X" appears. Click to delete.


    Looking forward to results of this registry change.
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  8.    20 Jul 2018 #148

    Caledon Ken said: View Post
    Please change that graphic. It has your email address exposed.

    Find the posting, click edit, click go advance, click on paper clip. Your attachments should show. Hover over attachment, an "X" appears. Click to delete.


    Looking forward to results of this registry change.
    Thanks I did it
    Didnt even realise it was there
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  9. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       20 Jul 2018 #149

    dalchina spotted. I just gave process as it it not intuitive.
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  10.    20 Jul 2018 #150

    Thanks both
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