|Main Application||Version 1.4 or later|
1.5.3 for adv. file
|File Parameters||yes (sixth)|
|Build Parameters||yes (fifth)|
Looks wether the given registry value has another value then the given one.
RegyChange:<description(string)>,<rootkey(enum)>,<keypath(string)>,<value=data>[,advanced build parameters[,advanced file parameters]]
RegyChange:"Folder history",HKEY_CURRENT_USER,"\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\","Save Directory="
Empties the registry value Save Directory.
This command checks whether a specified value has known data, to be able to correct that data back to the known one should it have been changed.
- First, a description. Using a description template instead of plain text is recommended so that the user will receive a localized version.
- The root key, where HKEY_CURRENT_USER stands for all users actually, and HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE covers both 32 and 64 bit where applicable, so no Wow6432Node subkey is required.
- The path to the value, starting with a backslash. AP PT
- An entry that is used to assign new data to a value. You can use a simple value=newdata; or for numeric values, value=dword:0815 (or value=W=0815 in short). Binary is possible as well (value=B=0011). Algo-Prefixes are allowed for both value name and text data here. AP
- This field supports advanced build parameters. Verifiers are not supported, since the change code conflicts with the verification code currently.
- Starting with 1.5.3, advanced file parameters for Flow Control can be specified. PT
You should keep in mind that even system registry values may differ between Windows versions.
- A special result that allows to change the value back to the known data upon fixing.