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       #40

    sammie said:
    Hello again

    Don't worry, I only wanted to get Control Panel onto the Win+X menu.
    I just found your other tutorial "How to Add or Remove Control Panel on Win+X Menu in Windows 10".
    Works a treat, and so much simpler to implement.
    Thanking you.

    PS I'll add some info in that regard at the that tutorial.

    Cheers


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       #41

    Since my last missive, I noticed that someone else (post #7) had msvcp100.dll error and overcame it by using something called WinX Editor. This looks a bit complicated and has not been updated in 4 years. (I think it's the same author as hashlnk.exe)

    I was wondering, Mr Brink, if I could prevail upon you to post an already hashed 'regedit' shortcut for me.

    Thanks in advance.
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  3. Brink's Avatar
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       #42

    sammie said:
    Since my last missive, I noticed that someone else (post #7) had msvcp100.dll error and overcame it by using something called WinX Editor. This looks a bit complicated and has not been updated in 4 years. (I think it's the same author as hashlnk.exe)

    I was wondering, Mr Brink, if I could prevail upon you to post an already hashed 'regedit' shortcut for me.

    Thanks in advance.
    I'll look into this in the morning for you to see what I can do.
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       #43

    Thanks.
    Not sure whether I was a bit vague, I mean a .lnk shortcut hash file that I can then drag into WinX\Group2 folder (as per your tutorial for Control Panel).
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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       #44

    sammie said:
    Thanks.
    Not sure whether I was a bit vague, I mean a .lnk shortcut hash file that I can then drag into WinX\Group2 folder (as per your tutorial for Control Panel).
    No worries. Here's the Registry Editor shortcut with a hash in the ZIP file below.

    Registry Editor_shortcut_with_hash.zip
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       #45

    You're a gentleman, much appreciated, ta.
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  7. Brink's Avatar
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       #46

    sammie said:
    You're a gentleman, much appreciated, ta.
    You're most welcome.
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