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  1.    15 Apr 2017 #31
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    Hello

    I'd like to give Eagle51's recommendation a try but... how can I delete those two keys after exporting them? I do not have the right to do so, it says...

    ?
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  2.    15 Apr 2017 #32
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    Right click on the Registry key that you want to delete (the ones mentioned above), select Permissions, choose Administrators, tick Full Control and Accept
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  3.    15 Apr 2017 #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by gommace View Post
    Right click on the Registry key that you want to delete (the ones mentioned above), select Permissions, choose Administrators, tick Full Control and Accept
    Okay, I will try it!

    Just to be crystal clear here, though, are these the two keys I should first export and then delete?

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    And so, I export the key (left pane) and then I delete that entire key from the left pane of the Registry Editor, after gaining Administrative rights? Do I delete the highlighted key(s), as shown in my screenshots or just the underlined values?

    I have clean-installed the Creators Update using the ESD-ISO, which I got from the Media Creation Tool. Will Eagle51's method work for me?

    Thank you.
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  4.    15 Apr 2017 #34
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    Yes, this is the way.
    Keep in a safe place the exported Keys, because you can import them Again if somthing goes wrong.
    You have to delete the entire key (s). I mean the highligthed one (s).
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  5.    15 Apr 2017 #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by gommace View Post
    Yes, this is the way.
    Keep in a safe place the exported Keys, because you can import them Again if somthing goes wrong.
    You have to delete the entire key (s). I mean the highligthed one (s).
    Okay, thank you very much, I'll definitely try this at some point in time today, a bit later though, even though I've just finalized my clean installation of the Creators Update, and everything -besides DISM- is functioning perfectly!

    Please, reply to my last inquiry: I used the ESD-ISO from the Media Creation Tool, and thus I have the install.esd on my thumb drive.

    - Will this method work for me, as well?

    Thanks a lot!
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  6.    15 Apr 2017 #36
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    Yes, of course. I am completly sure because it is the same way i've used for my instalation.
    And sorry about my bad english, I am spanish, living in Madrid.
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  7.    15 Apr 2017 #37
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    The method also work for me! Else I wouldn't be able to use Chrome to write this message anyway.
    CheckHealth still says my component store is repairable though. I wanted to do a clean install of creators update, but I have no idea how to do that and if it will affect my documents, programs etc.
    Anyone who knows a good guide to do so?
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  8.    15 Apr 2017 #38
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    Well... unfortunately it does not work for me...

    I think it has to do with the fact that I am using the install.esd file from my ESD-ISO.

    Here are the results of DISM, after exporting the two Registry keys I've shown above, deleting them, and rebooting.

    After rebooting, SFC /SCANNOW does not find any integrity violation. But DISM still fails...................

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    Note_1: Guys, is it sure that I have deleted the appropriate Registry keys? Because one key from those I have deleted is not the same as Eagle51's... The point is, that I have not found the keys he mentions in my Registry. That is why I've posted screenshots of my Registry, and asked... Have I removed the appropriate keys then, or not? Why is DISM not working in my system, with this trick?

    Note_2: Since DISM is not working with this trick, I decided to add (restore) the 2 deleted keys back in my Registry. I cannot! When I double-click on them, they are saved on my Desktop, I get an error "Error accessing the registry". This is happening when I try to import those 2 keys from inside RegEdit, as well....
    Last edited by Joanne; 15 Apr 2017 at 11:42.
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  9.    15 Apr 2017 #39
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    Sorry about the misunderstanding. I was using my iPhone to see your previous post and I couldŽnt see it clearly. Now in my PC I can see that the second key you deleted is not correct. So, please, import to your registry the saved keys and repeat tehe procedure with exactly the two following keys:

    1st Key:
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Component Based Servicing\PackageIndex\Microsoft-Windows-TestRoot-and-FlightSigning-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~0.0.0.0]

    2nd Key:
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Component Based Servicing\Packages\Microsoft-Windows-TestRoot-and-FlightSigning-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~10.0.15063.0]

    Good luck!
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  10.    15 Apr 2017 #40
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    Regarding your note 2, you have first to give administrative rights to the folder that contains the keys you have deleted:
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Component Based Servicing\PackageIndex,
    So, right click, properties, permissions, administrator, full control.
    After that you can import your two saved key.
    Dont to go back when the importation finished and restore the old permisions (unchek Administrators/Permissions/Full Control)
    Goog luck!
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