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  1. I/O Port Functions UDF Windows 7 and x64-compatible! This is a simple I/O (Input/Output) UDF for interacting with ports. The ability to write to ports was stripped from Windows with Vista+. While many do not miss this ability, there are some uses still in existence: Re-enable the internal PC Speaker - the good ol' "Beep" function can be restored using basic I/O PS/2 Keyboard Functions - Turn it off/on, mess with LED's, inject keys into the keyboard output stream - even thwart UAC prompts! =O Also work with Parallel, Serial (COM), PS/2 mouse, and miscellaneous ports that devices interface th
  2. Hello, I have created a script on my own computer for uninstalling and installing a specific customer application. For some reason it works great on my own computer, but i doesn't run at all at the customer his or her computer. I have a Windows 7 Professional - 64-bit machine and the first machine i have tested it at the customers location was a 32-bit machine, so ok, maybe that is the problem, but at an other computer with 64-bit it also doesn't work. So i installed AutoIT with editior on both machines, but a simple RUN command doesn't work. #RequireAdmin Run("C:\TEM
  3. Under a 64-bit OS, do I always have to call RegDelete() with both the 64-bit reg path and the regular reg path if I want to delete a reg key or value? I've been insulted here for writing more than a dozen or so words in these posts, but I don't know any other way to explain myself, so here I go again (please be kind): I've been struggling with the fact that the scripts I've recently written to delete some registry keys on a 64-bit Windows 7 Pro system don't end up actually deleting the keys in question. In these scripts, I've always made sure to suffix the reg root key with "64", as emph
  4. Hi, is this the right way to use RegWrite func on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows $HKEY_CURRENT_USER = 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER64' If @OSArch = 'X86' Then $HKEY_CURRENT_USER = 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER' RegWrite($HKEY_CURRENT_USER & '\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run', 'Obd2Diag', 'REG_SZ', 'app') Thanks in advance
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