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Here is the code but well I am a brute force programmer (I am an MIS major and specialize in networking and suck at programming) and cannot figure out exactly how to use this to modify a key in the registry. All that I need to is find a key in the registry and modify it. If anyone could provide the correct syntax for this that would be sweet. Until then, I guess I am trying to figure it out on my own.

;Reg-Modify
#region     Doc:
#region     Doc: Notes
; Extends functionality of Registry functions
#endregion  Doc: Notes
#region     Doc: History

#endregion  Doc: History
#region     Doc: FunctionList
; _RegCreateKeys                        Creates a range of delimited subkeys        
; _RegReRead                            Checks if the value is a registry key\val and if true returns that value.
; _RegRenameVal                         Renames registry $nam1 to $nam2 in key $Key
; _RegSearchAndReplace                  Scans through the registry replacing one string for another.
; _RegSetReset                          Updates the registry to either a set or reset value
; _RegSplit                             Splits a registry key+name string into key and name.
; _RegSwapVal                           Swaps registry $nam1 to $nam2 in key $Key
; _RegType                              Returns the string value of the registry type.
; _RegWriteSetRst                       Writes to the registry one of two values depending on $OkRst
#endregion  Doc: FunctionList
#endregion  Doc:
#region     Init:
#region     Init: Includes
    #include-once
    #include '..\PopGincl\PopG_MsgBox.au3'
    #include '..\PopGincl\PopG_String.au3'
    #include <GuiConstants.au3>
    #include <Constants.au3>
#endregion  Init: Includes
#region     Init: Absolute Constants
    Global Const $Hkcu                                      ='HKEY_CURRENT_USER'
    Global Const $Hklm                                      ='HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE'
    Global Const $Hku                                       ='HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE'
    Global Const $Hkcr                                      ='HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT'
    Global Const $REGGR_INDATA                              =1
    Global Const $REGGR_INKEY                               =2
    Global Const $REGGR_INVALUE                             =3
    Global Const $RegBIN                                    ='REG_BINARY'
    Global Const $RegDBE                                    ='REG_DWORD_BIG_ENDIAN'
    Global Const $RegDWD                                    ='REG_DWORD'
    Global Const $RegESZ                                    ='REG_EXPAND_SZ'
    Global Const $RegFUL                                    ='REG_FULL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR'
    Global Const $RegLNK                                    ='REG_LINK'
    Global Const $RegMSZ                                    ='REG_MULTI_SZ'
    Global Const $RegNON                                    ='REG_NONE'
    Global Const $RegREQ                                    ='REG_RESOURCE_REQUIREMENTS_LIST'
    Global Const $RegRES                                    ='REG_RESOURCE_LIST'
    Global Const $RegSZ                                     ='REG_SZ'
#endregion  Init: Absolute Constants
#region     Init: Derived Constants
    Global Const $HkcrCls                                   =$Hkcr&'\CLSID'
    Global Const $HkcuCp                                    =$Hkcu&'\Control Panel'
    Global Const $HkcuCpDesk                                =$HkcuCp&'\Desktop'
    Global Const $HkcuEnv                                   =$Hkcu&'\Environment'
    Global Const $HkcuSw                                    =$Hkcu&'\Software'
    Global Const $HkcuSwGrv                                 =$HkcuSw&'\Groove Networks, Inc.\Groove'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMs                                  =$HkcuSw&'\Microsoft'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsIe                                =$HkcuSwMs&'\Internet Explorer'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWin                               =$HkcuSwMs&'\Windows'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCv                             =$HkcuSwMsWin&'\CurrentVersion'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCvExp                          =$HkcuSwMsWinCv&'\Explorer'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCvPol                          =$HkcuSwMsWinCv&'\Policies'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCvPolExp                       =$HkcuSwMsWinCvPol&'\Explorer'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCvPolNet                       =$HkcuSwMsWinCvPol&'\Network'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCvPolSys                       =$HkcuSwMsWinCvPol&'\System'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinNt                             =$HkcuSwMs&'\Windows NT'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinNtCv                           =$HkcuSwMsWinNt&'\CurrentVersion'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinNtCvExp                        =$HkcuSwMsWinNtCv&'\Explorer'
    Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinNtCvNet                        =$HkcuSwMsWinNtCv&'\Network'
    Global Const $HkcuSwPol                                 =$HkcuSw&'\Policies'
    Global Const $HkcuSwPolMs                               =$HkcuSwPol&'\Microsoft'
    Global Const $HkcuSwPolMsWin                            =$HkcuSwPolMs&'\Windows'
    Global Const $HkcuSwPolMsWinSys                         =$HkcuSwPolMsWin&'\System'
    Global Const $HkcuSwPopG                                =$HkcuSw&'\PopG'
    Global Const $HklmSw                                    =$Hklm&'\Software'
    Global Const $HklmSwCls                                 =$HklmSw&'\Classes'
    Global Const $HklmSwGrv                                 =$HklmSw&'\Groove Networks, Inc.\Groove'
    Global Const $HklmSwMs                                  =$HklmSw&'\Microsoft'
    Global Const $HklmSwMsIe                                =$HklmSwMs&'\Internet Explorer'
    Global Const $HklmSwMsWin                               =$HklmSwMs&'\Windows'
    Global Const $HklmSwMsWinCv                             =$HklmSwMsWin&'\CurrentVersion'
    Global Const $HklmSwMsWinCvExp                          =$HklmSwMsWinCv&'\Explorer'
    Global Const $HklmSwMsWinNt                             =$HklmSwMs&'\Windows NT'
    Global Const $HklmSwMsWinNtCv                           =$HklmSwMsWinNt&'\CurrentVersion'
    Global Const $HklmSwMsWinNtCvWinl                       =$HklmSwMsWinNtCv&'\Winlogon'
    Global Const $HklmSwPopG                                =$HklmSw&'\PopG'
    Global Const $HklmSys                                   =$Hklm&'\System'
    Global Const $HklmSysCcs                                =$HklmSys&'\CurrentControlSet'
    Global Const $HklmSysCcsCtl                             =$HklmSysCcs&'\Control'
    Global Const $HklmSysCcsSvc                             =$HklmSysCcs&'\Services'
    Global Const $HkuDef                                    =$Hku&'\.DEFAULT'
    Global Const $HkuDefCp                                  =$HkuDef&'\Control Panel'
    Global Const $HkuDefCpDesk                              =$HkuDefCp&'\Desktop'
    Global Const $HkuDefEnv                                 =$HkuDef&'\Environment'
    Global Const $HkuDefSw                                  =$HkuDef&'\Software'
    Global Const $HkuDefSwMs                                =$HkuDefSw&'\Microsoft'
    Global Const $HkuDefSwMsWinNt                           =$HkuDefSwMs&'\Windows NT'
    Global Const $HkuDefSwMsWinNtCv                         =$HkuDefSwMsWinNt&'\Current Version'
    Global Const $HkuDefSwMsWinNtCvNet                      =$HkuDefSwMsWinNtCv&'\Network'
#endregion  Init: Derived Constants
#region     Init: Autoit options
    #NoTrayIcon
    Opt('MustDeclareVars', True)
    Opt('RunErrorsFatal',False)
#endregion  Init: Autoit options
#endregion  Init:
#region     Run:
#region     Run: Test Harness
#region     Run: Test _RegSearchAndReplace
;~  Local $Hive=$HkcuSwPopG&'\test'
;~  RegWrite($Hive,'fred',$RegSZ,'joar')
;~  RegWrite($Hive,'andy',$RegSZ,'tom')
;~  RegWrite($Hive,'barbara',$RegSZ,'zebedee')
;~  RegWrite($Hive&'\a','fred',$RegSZ,'joar')
;~  RegWrite($Hive&'\a','andy',$RegSZ,'tom')
;~  RegWrite($Hive&'\a','barbara',$RegSZ,'zebedee')
;~  RegWrite($Hive&'\b','fred',$RegSZ,'joar')
;~  RegWrite($Hive&'\b','andy',$RegSZ,'tom')
;~  RegWrite($Hive&'\b','barbara',$RegSZ,'zebedee')
;~  RegWrite($Hive&'\b\c','fred',$RegSZ,'joar')
;~  RegWrite($Hive&'\b\c','andy',$RegSZ,'tom')
;~  RegWrite($Hive&'\b\c','barbara',$RegSZ,'zebedee')
;~  Local $OkData=True
;~  Local $OkValue=False
;~  Local $Srch='ar'
;~  Local $Repl='H'
;~  Local $Occ=0
;~  Local $Case=0
;~ ;ProgressOn('','')
;~  Local $ProgCnt=1
;~  Local $ProgMax=10
;~  _RegSearchAndReplace($Hive,$Srch,$Repl,$Occ,$Case,$OkData,$OkValue,$ProgCnt,$ProgMax)
;~ ;ProgressOff()
#endregion  Run: Test _RegSearchAndReplace
#region     Run: Test _RegSplit
;~  Local $Reg,$Key,$Name,$Val
;~  $Reg=$HklmSwMsWinCvExp&'\Abc=Def'
;~  _RegSplit($Reg,$Key,$Name,$Val)
;~  MsgBox(0,'_RegSplit test',  '$Reg='&$Reg&@LF&'$Key='&$Key&@LF&'$Name='&$Name&@LF&'$Val='&$Val)
;~  Exit
#endregion  Run: Test _RegSplit
#region     Run: Test Gui
;~  Local $AppNam='Test Program for PopG_Array.au3'
;~  If WinExists($AppNam) Then _MsgBoxExit($mbfStop, $AppNam,'Already Running')
;~  AutoItWinSetTitle($AppNam)
;~  Local $msg,$Form1,$err,$new,$val1,$val2
;~  Local $Key=$HkcuSw&'\PopG\temp'
;~  Local $Test_RegRenameVal,$Test_RegSwapVal,$Test_RegCreateKeys,$Test_RegWriteSetRst,$Test_RegType
;~  $Form1 = GUICreate($AppNam, 300, 200, 192, 125)
;~  GUICtrlCreateLabel('Select from the functions below to initiate a test. To verify actions you may wish to have the registry open.', 10, 10, 280, 34)
;~  $Test_RegRenameVal          =GUICtrlCreateButton('$Test_RegRenameVal',      10, 40, 200, 21)
;~  GUICtrlSetTip($Test_RegRenameVal,'This test renames a registry string called "fred" to "joe"')
;~  Local $Test_RegSwapVal      =GUICtrlCreateButton('$Test_RegSwapVal',        10, 70, 200, 21)
;~  GUICtrlSetTip($Test_RegSwapVal,'This test creates two entries Fred and Joe and then swaps their values.')
;~  Local $Test_RegCreateKeys   =GUICtrlCreateButton('$Test_RegCreateKeys',     10, 100, 200, 21)
;~  GUICtrlSetTip($Test_RegCreateKeys,'Click me to add a 2dim array to another 2dim array. You will see three dialog boxes'&@LF&'1. TwoArr1 before'&@LF&'2. TwoArr2 before'&@LF&'3. TwoArr1 after'&@LF&'remember the first value is the number of entries')
;~  Local $Test_RegCreateKeys   =GUICtrlCreateButton('$Test_RegCreateKeys',     10, 130, 200, 21)
;~  GUICtrlSetTip($Test_RegCreateKeys,'Click me to add a 2dim array to another 2dim array. You will see three dialog boxes'&@LF&'1. TwoArr1 before'&@LF&'2. TwoArr2 before'&@LF&'3. TwoArr1 after'&@LF&'remember the first value is the number of entries')
;~  Local $Test_RegType =GUICtrlCreateButton('$Test_RegType',       10, 130, 200, 21)
;~  GUICtrlSetTip($Test_RegType,'Click me to add a 2dim array to another 2dim array. You will see three dialog boxes'&@LF&'1. TwoArr1 before'&@LF&'2. TwoArr2 before'&@LF&'3. TwoArr1 after'&@LF&'remember the first value is the number of entries')
;~  Local $DoneBtn              =GUICtrlCreateButton('$DoneBtn',                10, 160, 100, 21)
;~  GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)
;~  While True
;~      $msg = GuiGetMsg()
;~      Select
;~      Case $msg = $Test_RegRenameVal
;~          RegDelete($Key)
;~          RegWrite($Key,'fred',$RegSZ,'fredsvalue')
;~          _RegRenameVal($Key,'fred','joe')
;~          $err=@error
;~          $new=RegRead($Key,'joe')
;~          MsgBox($mbfInfo,'joes value is','"'&$new&'"'&' with an @error='&$err)
;~          RegDelete($Key)
;~      Case $msg = $Test_RegSwapVal
;~          RegDelete($Key)
;~          RegWrite($Key,'fred',$RegSZ,'fredsvalue')
;~          RegWrite($Key,'joe',$RegSZ,'joessvalue')
;~          _RegSwapVal($Key,'fred','joe')
;~          $err=@error
;~          $val1=RegRead($Key,'fred')
;~          $val2=RegRead($Key,'joe')
;~          MsgBox($mbfInfo,'_RegSwapVal result','freds value is "'&$val1&'"'&' and joes value is"'&$val2&'"'&' with an @error='&$err)
;~          RegDelete($Key)
;~      Case $msg = $Test_RegCreateKeys
;~      ;;;
;~      Case $msg = $Test_RegType
;~      ;;;
;~      Case $msg = $Test_RegWriteSetRst
;~      ;;;
;~      Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Or $msg=$DoneBtn
;~          ExitLoop
;~      Case Else
;~      ;;;;;;;
;~      EndSelect
;~  WEnd
;~  Exit
#region     Run: Test _RegSetReset
;~  _RegSetReset
#endregion  Run: Test _RegSetReset
#endregion  Run: Test Gui
#endregion  Run: Test Harness
#region     Run: Functions:
; _RegSetReset                          Updates the registry to either a set or reset value
Func _RegSetReset($Key,$Name,$Type,$SetVal,$OkReset=False,$OkSetDelete=False,$OkResetDelete=False,$RstVal='',$Desc='')
    Local $OldVal   =RegRead($Key,$Name)
    Local $OldErr   =@error
    Local $OldExt   =@extended
;
;~  If $OldErr Then
;~      If $OldErr=1 Then           ;Key not found
;~          SetError(1)
;~          Return False
;~      ElseIf $OldErr=-1 Then      ;name not found - not an error in this program.
;~          SetError(0)
;~      ElseIf $OldErr=-2 Then      ;unsupported type, so exit.
;~          SetError(2)
;~          Return False
;~      EndIf
;~  EndIf
    Local $OldType  =_RegType($OldExt)
;
;~  If $OldType<>$Type Then 
;~      If MsgBox($mbfStop,$AppTtl,'Registry type mismatch for' _
;~          &@LF&'Key: '&$Key _
;~          &@LF&'Name: '&$Name _
;~          &@LF&'Old type was: '&$OldType _
;~          &@LF&'New type is: '&$Type)<>$mbaOk Then
;~          SetError(3)
;~          Return False
;~      EndIf
;~  EndIf
;
;~  If $OkConfirm Then
;~      If MsgBox($mbfinfo,'Confirm','Ok to change: '_
;~      &@LF&'Key: '&$Key _
;~      &@LF&'Name: '&$Name _
;~      &@LF&'to: '&$SetVal _
;~      &@LF&'Purpose: '&$Desc)<>$mbaOk Then 
;~      SetError(4)
;~      Return False
;~  EndIf
;
;~  RegDelete($Key,$Name)           ; safety precaution. Trying to modify a value with a different (possibly wrong) type fails. But it could cause additional delays...
;
    Local $result
    If $OkReset Then
        If $OkResetDelete Then
            RegDelete($Key,$Name)
            $result=1               ;ignore errors
        Else
            $result=RegWrite($Key,$Name,$Type,$RstVal)
        EndIf
    Else
        If $OkSetDelete Then
            RegDelete($Key,$Name)
            $result=1               ;ignore errors
        Else
            $result=RegWrite($Key,$Name,$Type,$SetVal)
        EndIf
    EndIf
    Return $result
EndFunc; _RegSetReset
; _RegSearchAndReplace                  Scans through the registry replacing one string for another.
Func _RegSearchAndReplace($Hive,$Srch,$Repl,$Occ,$Case,$OkData,$OkValue,$ProgCnt=0,$ProgMax=0)
    Local $Idx,$Jdx,$Error
    Local $Key,$Val,$New,$Data,$Type
        $Jdx=1
        While True
            $Val=RegEnumVal($Hive,$Jdx)
            If @error<>0 Then ExitLoop
            $Jdx=$Jdx+1
            If $OkData Then
                $Data=RegRead($Hive,$Val)
                If @error=0 Then
                    $Type=_RegType(@extended)
                    If $Type=$RegSZ Then        ; we c/should extend this to extended string types.
                        $Data=StringReplace($Data,$Srch,$Repl,$Occ,$Case)
                        RegWrite($Hive,$Val,$Type,$Data)
                    EndIf
                EndIf
            EndIf
            If $OkValue Then
                $New=StringReplace($Val,$Srch,$Repl,$Occ,$Case)
                _RegRenameVal($Hive,$Val,$New)
            EndIf
    If $ProgCnt>=1 Then
        ProgressSet($ProgCnt/$ProgMax*100)
        $ProgCnt=$ProgCnt+1
        If $ProgCnt>100 Then $ProgCnt=1
    EndIf
    WEnd
;
    $Idx=1
    While True
        $Key=RegEnumKey($Hive,$Idx)
        If @error<>0 Then ExitLoop
        $Idx=$Idx+1
        _RegSearchAndReplace($Hive&'\'&$Key,$Srch,$Repl,$Occ,$Case,$OkData,$OkValue,$ProgCnt,$ProgMax)
    ;
    WEnd
;
;Not supported yet.
;   If $OkKey Then
;       $New=StringReplace($Key,$Srch,$Repl,1,$Case)
;       _RegRenameKey($Hive&'\'&$Key,$New)
;   EndIf
EndFunc; _RegSearchAndReplace
; _RegRenameVal                         Renames registry $nam1 to $nam2 in key $Key
; @error - 1 if $nam1=$nam2
; @error - 2 if $nam2 already exists
; @error - 3 if error reading $nam1
; @error - 4 if error writing $nam2
Func _RegRenameVal($Key,$OldV,$NewV)
    If $OldV=$NewV Then
        SetError(1,0)
        Return False
    EndIf
    Local $NewD=RegRead($Key,$NewV)
    If Not @error Then; If new exists then leave it in place.
        SetError(2,0)
        Return False
    EndIf
    Local $OldD=RegRead($Key,$OldV)
    If @error Then 
        SetError(3,0)
        Return False
    EndIf
    Local $Type=_RegType(@extended)
    RegWrite($Key,$NewV,$Type,$OldD)
    If @error Then 
        SetError(4,0)
        Return False
    EndIf
    RegDelete($Key,$OldV)
    SetError(0,0)
    Return True
EndFunc; _RegRenameVal
; _RegType                              Returns the string value of the registry type decimal constant,
Func _RegType($idx)
    Local $Type
    Select
    Case $idx=$REG_NONE
        $Type=''
    Case $idx=$REG_SZ
        $Type=$RegSZ
    Case $idx=$REG_EXPAND_SZ
        $Type=$RegESZ
    Case $idx=$REG_BINARY
        $Type=$RegBIN
    Case $idx=$REG_DWORD
        $Type=$RegDWD
    Case $idx=$REG_DWORD_BIG_ENDIAN
        $Type=$RegDBE
    Case $idx=$REG_LINK
        $Type=$RegLNK
    Case $idx=$REG_MULTI_SZ
        $Type=$RegMSZ
    Case $idx=$REG_RESOURCE_LIST
        $Type=$RegRES
    Case $idx=$REG_FULL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR
        $Type=$RegFUL
    Case $idx=$REG_RESOURCE_REQUIREMENTS_LIST
        $Type=$RegREQ
    Case Else
        SetError(1)
    EndSelect
    Return $Type
EndFunc; _RegType
; _RegSwapVal                           Swaps registry $nam1 to $nam2 in key $Key
; @error - 1 if $nam1=$nam2
; @error - 2 if error reading $nam1
; @error - 3 if error reading $nam2
; @error - 4 if error deleting $nam1
; @error - 5 if error deleting $nam2
; @error - 6 if error writing $nam1
; @error - 7 if error writing $nam2
Func _RegSwapVal($Key,$nam1,$nam2)
    SetError(0)
    If $nam1=$nam2 Then
        SetError(1)
        Return False
    EndIf
    Local $val1=RegRead($Key,$nam1)
    If @error Then
        SetError(2)
        Return False
    EndIf
    Local $Type1=_RegType(@extended)
    Local $val2=RegRead($Key,$nam2)
    If @error Then
        SetError(3)
        Return False
    EndIf
    Local $Type2=_RegType(@extended)
    If $Type1<>$Type2 Then
        SetError(4)
        Return False
    EndIf
    If RegDelete($Key,$nam1) <> 1 Then
        SetError(5)
        Return False
    EndIf
    If RegDelete($Key,$nam2) <> 1 Then
        SetError(6)
        Return False
    EndIf
    If RegWrite($Key,$nam2,$Type1,$val1) <> 1 Then
        SetError(7)
        Return False
    EndIf
    If RegWrite($Key,$nam1,$Type1,$val2) <> 1 Then
        SetError(8)
        Return False
    EndIf
    Return True
EndFunc;_RegSwapVal
; _RegSplit                             Splits a registry key\name=val string into key, name & value
Func _RegSplit($RegKND,ByRef $Key,ByRef $Name, ByRef $dat)
    Const $KeyNamDlm='\'
    Const $NamValDlm='='
    Local $LeftSl,$RightSl,$LeftEq,$RightEq
    _StringSplit2($RegKND,$NamValDlm,$LeftEq,$RightEq,1)
    _StringSplit2($LeftEq,$KeyNamDlm,$LeftSl,$RightSl,-1)
    $Key=$LeftSl
    $Name=$RightSl
    $dat=$RightEq
EndFunc;_RegSplit
; _RegCreateKeys                        Creates a range of delimited subkeys        
Func _RegCreateKeys($base,$keys)
    Local $arr=StringSplit($keys,Opt('GUIDataSeparatorChar'))
    Local $Idx
    For $Idx=1 To $arr[0]
        RegWrite($base&'\'&$arr[$Idx])
    Next
EndFunc;_RegCreateKeys
; _RegWriteSetRst                       Writes to the registry one of two values depending on $OkRst
Func _RegWriteSetRst($Key,$name,$Type,$SetVal,$OkRst=False,$RstTyp=0,$RstVal='_RegWriteSetRst-novalue',$VfySecs=0,$VfyMsg='')
    Local $TgtVal=$SetVal
    If $OkRst Then $TgtVal=$RstVal
    If $VfySecs>0 Then _MsgBoxExit($mbfInfo+$mbfOkCancel,'_RegWriteSetRst','In registry key '&$Key&' for value '&$name&@LF&'Setting to: '&$TgtVal&@LF&'Notes: '&$VfyMsg,$mbaCancel)
    RegDelete($Key,$name)                   ; delete first then we can create a clean value.
    If $OkRst Then                          ; typically admins can reset.
        Select
        Case $RstTyp=0                      ; default: just delete
        ;;;                             ; which we have already done
        Case $RstTyp=1                      ; reset to $RstVal
            If $RstVal='_RegWriteSetRst-novalue' Then _MsgBoxExit($mbfStop,'_RegWriteSetRst','Fatal error: no reset value specified!',$VfySecs)
            RegWrite($Key,$name,$Type,$TgtVal)
        EndSelect
    Else
        RegWrite($Key,$name,$Type,$TgtVal)
    EndIf
EndFunc
; _RegReRead                            If the value read from the registry is registry key\val (ie begins with 'HKEY' then it reads and returns that value instead.
Func _RegReRead($Key,$Val)
    $Val=RegRead($Key,$Val)
    If StringLeft(StringLower($Val),5)='hkey_' = 0 Then Return $Val
    _StringSplit2($Val,Opt('GUIDataSeparatorChar'),$Key,$Val,-1)
    Return _RegReRead($Key,$Val)        ; recursive call!
EndFunc
#endregion  Run: Functions
#endregion  Run:

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Here is the code but well I am a brute force programmer (I am an MIS major and specialize in networking and suck at programming) and cannot figure out exactly how to use this to modify a key in the registry. All that I need to is find a key in the registry and modify it. If anyone could provide the correct syntax for this that would be sweet. Until then, I guess I am trying to figure it out on my own.

CODE
;Reg-Modify

#region Doc:

#region Doc: Notes

; Extends functionality of Registry functions

#endregion Doc: Notes

#region Doc: History

#endregion Doc: History

#region Doc: FunctionList

; _RegCreateKeys Creates a range of delimited subkeys

; _RegReRead Checks if the value is a registry key\val and if true returns that value.

; _RegRenameVal Renames registry $nam1 to $nam2 in key $Key

; _RegSearchAndReplace Scans through the registry replacing one string for another.

; _RegSetReset Updates the registry to either a set or reset value

; _RegSplit Splits a registry key+name string into key and name.

; _RegSwapVal Swaps registry $nam1 to $nam2 in key $Key

; _RegType Returns the string value of the registry type.

; _RegWriteSetRst Writes to the registry one of two values depending on $OkRst

#endregion Doc: FunctionList

#endregion Doc:

#region Init:

#region Init: Includes

#include-once

#include '..\PopGincl\PopG_MsgBox.au3'

#include '..\PopGincl\PopG_String.au3'

#include <GuiConstants.au3>

#include <Constants.au3>

#endregion Init: Includes

#region Init: Absolute Constants

Global Const $Hkcu ='HKEY_CURRENT_USER'

Global Const $Hklm ='HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE'

Global Const $Hku ='HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE'

Global Const $Hkcr ='HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT'

Global Const $REGGR_INDATA =1

Global Const $REGGR_INKEY =2

Global Const $REGGR_INVALUE =3

Global Const $RegBIN ='REG_BINARY'

Global Const $RegDBE ='REG_DWORD_BIG_ENDIAN'

Global Const $RegDWD ='REG_DWORD'

Global Const $RegESZ ='REG_EXPAND_SZ'

Global Const $RegFUL ='REG_FULL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR'

Global Const $RegLNK ='REG_LINK'

Global Const $RegMSZ ='REG_MULTI_SZ'

Global Const $RegNON ='REG_NONE'

Global Const $RegREQ ='REG_RESOURCE_REQUIREMENTS_LIST'

Global Const $RegRES ='REG_RESOURCE_LIST'

Global Const $RegSZ ='REG_SZ'

#endregion Init: Absolute Constants

#region Init: Derived Constants

Global Const $HkcrCls =$Hkcr&'\CLSID'

Global Const $HkcuCp =$Hkcu&'\Control Panel'

Global Const $HkcuCpDesk =$HkcuCp&'\Desktop'

Global Const $HkcuEnv =$Hkcu&'\Environment'

Global Const $HkcuSw =$Hkcu&'\Software'

Global Const $HkcuSwGrv =$HkcuSw&'\Groove Networks, Inc.\Groove'

Global Const $HkcuSwMs =$HkcuSw&'\Microsoft'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsIe =$HkcuSwMs&'\Internet Explorer'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWin =$HkcuSwMs&'\Windows'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCv =$HkcuSwMsWin&'\CurrentVersion'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCvExp =$HkcuSwMsWinCv&'\Explorer'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCvPol =$HkcuSwMsWinCv&'\Policies'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCvPolExp =$HkcuSwMsWinCvPol&'\Explorer'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCvPolNet =$HkcuSwMsWinCvPol&'\Network'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinCvPolSys =$HkcuSwMsWinCvPol&'\System'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinNt =$HkcuSwMs&'\Windows NT'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinNtCv =$HkcuSwMsWinNt&'\CurrentVersion'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinNtCvExp =$HkcuSwMsWinNtCv&'\Explorer'

Global Const $HkcuSwMsWinNtCvNet =$HkcuSwMsWinNtCv&'\Network'

Global Const $HkcuSwPol =$HkcuSw&'\Policies'

Global Const $HkcuSwPolMs =$HkcuSwPol&'\Microsoft'

Global Const $HkcuSwPolMsWin =$HkcuSwPolMs&'\Windows'

Global Const $HkcuSwPolMsWinSys =$HkcuSwPolMsWin&'\System'

Global Const $HkcuSwPopG =$HkcuSw&'\PopG'

Global Const $HklmSw =$Hklm&'\Software'

Global Const $HklmSwCls =$HklmSw&'\Classes'

Global Const $HklmSwGrv =$HklmSw&'\Groove Networks, Inc.\Groove'

Global Const $HklmSwMs =$HklmSw&'\Microsoft'

Global Const $HklmSwMsIe =$HklmSwMs&'\Internet Explorer'

Global Const $HklmSwMsWin =$HklmSwMs&'\Windows'

Global Const $HklmSwMsWinCv =$HklmSwMsWin&'\CurrentVersion'

Global Const $HklmSwMsWinCvExp =$HklmSwMsWinCv&'\Explorer'

Global Const $HklmSwMsWinNt =$HklmSwMs&'\Windows NT'

Global Const $HklmSwMsWinNtCv =$HklmSwMsWinNt&'\CurrentVersion'

Global Const $HklmSwMsWinNtCvWinl =$HklmSwMsWinNtCv&'\Winlogon'

Global Const $HklmSwPopG =$HklmSw&'\PopG'

Global Const $HklmSys =$Hklm&'\System'

Global Const $HklmSysCcs =$HklmSys&'\CurrentControlSet'

Global Const $HklmSysCcsCtl =$HklmSysCcs&'\Control'

Global Const $HklmSysCcsSvc =$HklmSysCcs&'\Services'

Global Const $HkuDef =$Hku&'\.DEFAULT'

Global Const $HkuDefCp =$HkuDef&'\Control Panel'

Global Const $HkuDefCpDesk =$HkuDefCp&'\Desktop'

Global Const $HkuDefEnv =$HkuDef&'\Environment'

Global Const $HkuDefSw =$HkuDef&'\Software'

Global Const $HkuDefSwMs =$HkuDefSw&'\Microsoft'

Global Const $HkuDefSwMsWinNt =$HkuDefSwMs&'\Windows NT'

Global Const $HkuDefSwMsWinNtCv =$HkuDefSwMsWinNt&'\Current Version'

Global Const $HkuDefSwMsWinNtCvNet =$HkuDefSwMsWinNtCv&'\Network'

#endregion Init: Derived Constants

#region Init: Autoit options

#NoTrayIcon

Opt('MustDeclareVars', True)

Opt('RunErrorsFatal',False)

#endregion Init: Autoit options

#endregion Init:

#region Run:

#region Run: Test Harness

#region Run: Test _RegSearchAndReplace

;~ Local $Hive=$HkcuSwPopG&'\test'

;~ RegWrite($Hive,'fred',$RegSZ,'joar')

;~ RegWrite($Hive,'andy',$RegSZ,'tom')

;~ RegWrite($Hive,'barbara',$RegSZ,'zebedee')

;~ RegWrite($Hive&'\a','fred',$RegSZ,'joar')

;~ RegWrite($Hive&'\a','andy',$RegSZ,'tom')

;~ RegWrite($Hive&'\a','barbara',$RegSZ,'zebedee')

;~ RegWrite($Hive&'\b','fred',$RegSZ,'joar')

;~ RegWrite($Hive&'\b','andy',$RegSZ,'tom')

;~ RegWrite($Hive&'\b','barbara',$RegSZ,'zebedee')

;~ RegWrite($Hive&'\b\c','fred',$RegSZ,'joar')

;~ RegWrite($Hive&'\b\c','andy',$RegSZ,'tom')

;~ RegWrite($Hive&'\b\c','barbara',$RegSZ,'zebedee')

;~ Local $OkData=True

;~ Local $OkValue=False

;~ Local $Srch='ar'

;~ Local $Repl='H'

;~ Local $Occ=0

;~ Local $Case=0

;~ ;ProgressOn('','')

;~ Local $ProgCnt=1

;~ Local $ProgMax=10

;~ _RegSearchAndReplace($Hive,$Srch,$Repl,$Occ,$Case,$OkData,$OkValue,$ProgCnt,$ProgMax)

;~ ;ProgressOff()

#endregion Run: Test _RegSearchAndReplace

#region Run: Test _RegSplit

;~ Local $Reg,$Key,$Name,$Val

;~ $Reg=$HklmSwMsWinCvExp&'\Abc=Def'

;~ _RegSplit($Reg,$Key,$Name,$Val)

;~ MsgBox(0,'_RegSplit test', '$Reg='&$Reg&@LF&'$Key='&$Key&@LF&'$Name='&$Name&@LF&'$Val='&$Val)

;~ Exit

#endregion Run: Test _RegSplit

#region Run: Test Gui

;~ Local $AppNam='Test Program for PopG_Array.au3'

;~ If WinExists($AppNam) Then _MsgBoxExit($mbfStop, $AppNam,'Already Running')

;~ AutoItWinSetTitle($AppNam)

;~ Local $msg,$Form1,$err,$new,$val1,$val2

;~ Local $Key=$HkcuSw&'\PopG\temp'

;~ Local $Test_RegRenameVal,$Test_RegSwapVal,$Test_RegCreateKeys,$Test_RegWriteSetRst,$Test_RegType

;~ $Form1 = GUICreate($AppNam, 300, 200, 192, 125)

;~ GUICtrlCreateLabel('Select from the functions below to initiate a test. To verify actions you may wish to have the registry open.', 10, 10, 280, 34)

;~ $Test_RegRenameVal =GUICtrlCreateButton('$Test_RegRenameVal', 10, 40, 200, 21)

;~ GUICtrlSetTip($Test_RegRenameVal,'This test renames a registry string called "fred" to "joe"')

;~ Local $Test_RegSwapVal =GUICtrlCreateButton('$Test_RegSwapVal', 10, 70, 200, 21)

;~ GUICtrlSetTip($Test_RegSwapVal,'This test creates two entries Fred and Joe and then swaps their values.')

;~ Local $Test_RegCreateKeys =GUICtrlCreateButton('$Test_RegCreateKeys', 10, 100, 200, 21)

;~ GUICtrlSetTip($Test_RegCreateKeys,'Click me to add a 2dim array to another 2dim array. You will see three dialog boxes'&@LF&'1. TwoArr1 before'&@LF&'2. TwoArr2 before'&@LF&'3. TwoArr1 after'&@LF&'remember the first value is the number of entries')

;~ Local $Test_RegCreateKeys =GUICtrlCreateButton('$Test_RegCreateKeys', 10, 130, 200, 21)

;~ GUICtrlSetTip($Test_RegCreateKeys,'Click me to add a 2dim array to another 2dim array. You will see three dialog boxes'&@LF&'1. TwoArr1 before'&@LF&'2. TwoArr2 before'&@LF&'3. TwoArr1 after'&@LF&'remember the first value is the number of entries')

;~ Local $Test_RegType =GUICtrlCreateButton('$Test_RegType', 10, 130, 200, 21)

;~ GUICtrlSetTip($Test_RegType,'Click me to add a 2dim array to another 2dim array. You will see three dialog boxes'&@LF&'1. TwoArr1 before'&@LF&'2. TwoArr2 before'&@LF&'3. TwoArr1 after'&@LF&'remember the first value is the number of entries')

;~ Local $DoneBtn =GUICtrlCreateButton('$DoneBtn', 10, 160, 100, 21)

;~ GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)

;~ While True

;~ $msg = GuiGetMsg()

;~ Select

;~ Case $msg = $Test_RegRenameVal

;~ RegDelete($Key)

;~ RegWrite($Key,'fred',$RegSZ,'fredsvalue')

;~ _RegRenameVal($Key,'fred','joe')

;~ $err=@error

;~ $new=RegRead($Key,'joe')

;~ MsgBox($mbfInfo,'joes value is','"'&$new&'"'&' with an @error='&$err)

;~ RegDelete($Key)

;~ Case $msg = $Test_RegSwapVal

;~ RegDelete($Key)

;~ RegWrite($Key,'fred',$RegSZ,'fredsvalue')

;~ RegWrite($Key,'joe',$RegSZ,'joessvalue')

;~ _RegSwapVal($Key,'fred','joe')

;~ $err=@error

;~ $val1=RegRead($Key,'fred')

;~ $val2=RegRead($Key,'joe')

;~ MsgBox($mbfInfo,'_RegSwapVal result','freds value is "'&$val1&'"'&' and joes value is"'&$val2&'"'&' with an @error='&$err)

;~ RegDelete($Key)

;~ Case $msg = $Test_RegCreateKeys

;~ ;;;

;~ Case $msg = $Test_RegType

;~ ;;;

;~ Case $msg = $Test_RegWriteSetRst

;~ ;;;

;~ Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Or $msg=$DoneBtn

;~ ExitLoop

;~ Case Else

;~ ;;;;;;;

;~ EndSelect

;~ WEnd

;~ Exit

#region Run: Test _RegSetReset

;~ _RegSetReset

#endregion Run: Test _RegSetReset

#endregion Run: Test Gui

#endregion Run: Test Harness

#region Run: Functions:

; _RegSetReset Updates the registry to either a set or reset value

Func _RegSetReset($Key,$Name,$Type,$SetVal,$OkReset=False,$OkSetDelete=False,$OkResetDelete=False,$RstVal='',$Desc='')

Local $OldVal =RegRead($Key,$Name)

Local $OldErr =@error

Local $OldExt =@extended

;

;~ If $OldErr Then

;~ If $OldErr=1 Then ;Key not found

;~ SetError(1)

;~ Return False

;~ ElseIf $OldErr=-1 Then ;name not found - not an error in this program.

;~ SetError(0)

;~ ElseIf $OldErr=-2 Then ;unsupported type, so exit.

;~ SetError(2)

;~ Return False

;~ EndIf

;~ EndIf

Local $OldType =_RegType($OldExt)

;

;~ If $OldType<>$Type Then

;~ If MsgBox($mbfStop,$AppTtl,'Registry type mismatch for' _

;~ &@LF&'Key: '&$Key _

;~ &@LF&'Name: '&$Name _

;~ &@LF&'Old type was: '&$OldType _

;~ &@LF&'New type is: '&$Type)<>$mbaOk Then

;~ SetError(3)

;~ Return False

;~ EndIf

;~ EndIf

;

;~ If $OkConfirm Then

;~ If MsgBox($mbfinfo,'Confirm','Ok to change: '_

;~ &@LF&'Key: '&$Key _

;~ &@LF&'Name: '&$Name _

;~ &@LF&'to: '&$SetVal _

;~ &@LF&'Purpose: '&$Desc)<>$mbaOk Then

;~ SetError(4)

;~ Return False

;~ EndIf

;

;~ RegDelete($Key,$Name) ; safety precaution. Trying to modify a value with a different (possibly wrong) type fails. But it could cause additional delays...

;

Local $result

If $OkReset Then

If $OkResetDelete Then

RegDelete($Key,$Name)

$result=1 ;ignore errors

Else

$result=RegWrite($Key,$Name,$Type,$RstVal)

EndIf

Else

If $OkSetDelete Then

RegDelete($Key,$Name)

$result=1 ;ignore errors

Else

$result=RegWrite($Key,$Name,$Type,$SetVal)

EndIf

EndIf

Return $result

EndFunc; _RegSetReset

; _RegSearchAndReplace Scans through the registry replacing one string for another.

Func _RegSearchAndReplace($Hive,$Srch,$Repl,$Occ,$Case,$OkData,$OkValue,$ProgCnt=0,$ProgMax=0)

Local $Idx,$Jdx,$Error

Local $Key,$Val,$New,$Data,$Type

$Jdx=1

While True

$Val=RegEnumVal($Hive,$Jdx)

If @error<>0 Then ExitLoop

$Jdx=$Jdx+1

If $OkData Then

$Data=RegRead($Hive,$Val)

If @error=0 Then

$Type=_RegType(@extended)

If $Type=$RegSZ Then ; we c/should extend this to extended string types.

$Data=StringReplace($Data,$Srch,$Repl,$Occ,$Case)

RegWrite($Hive,$Val,$Type,$Data)

EndIf

EndIf

EndIf

If $OkValue Then

$New=StringReplace($Val,$Srch,$Repl,$Occ,$Case)

_RegRenameVal($Hive,$Val,$New)

EndIf

If $ProgCnt>=1 Then

ProgressSet($ProgCnt/$ProgMax*100)

$ProgCnt=$ProgCnt+1

If $ProgCnt>100 Then $ProgCnt=1

EndIf

WEnd

;

$Idx=1

While True

$Key=RegEnumKey($Hive,$Idx)

If @error<>0 Then ExitLoop

$Idx=$Idx+1

_RegSearchAndReplace($Hive&'\'&$Key,$Srch,$Repl,$Occ,$Case,$OkData,$OkValue,$ProgCnt,$ProgMax)

;

WEnd

;

;Not supported yet.

; If $OkKey Then

; $New=StringReplace($Key,$Srch,$Repl,1,$Case)

; _RegRenameKey($Hive&'\'&$Key,$New)

; EndIf

EndFunc; _RegSearchAndReplace

; _RegRenameVal Renames registry $nam1 to $nam2 in key $Key

; @error - 1 if $nam1=$nam2

; @error - 2 if $nam2 already exists

; @error - 3 if error reading $nam1

; @error - 4 if error writing $nam2

Func _RegRenameVal($Key,$OldV,$NewV)

If $OldV=$NewV Then

SetError(1,0)

Return False

EndIf

Local $NewD=RegRead($Key,$NewV)

If Not @error Then; If new exists then leave it in place.

SetError(2,0)

Return False

EndIf

Local $OldD=RegRead($Key,$OldV)

If @error Then

SetError(3,0)

Return False

EndIf

Local $Type=_RegType(@extended)

RegWrite($Key,$NewV,$Type,$OldD)

If @error Then

SetError(4,0)

Return False

EndIf

RegDelete($Key,$OldV)

SetError(0,0)

Return True

EndFunc; _RegRenameVal

; _RegType Returns the string value of the registry type decimal constant,

Func _RegType($idx)

Local $Type

Select

Case $idx=$REG_NONE

$Type=''

Case $idx=$REG_SZ

$Type=$RegSZ

Case $idx=$REG_EXPAND_SZ

$Type=$RegESZ

Case $idx=$REG_BINARY

$Type=$RegBIN

Case $idx=$REG_DWORD

$Type=$RegDWD

Case $idx=$REG_DWORD_BIG_ENDIAN

$Type=$RegDBE

Case $idx=$REG_LINK

$Type=$RegLNK

Case $idx=$REG_MULTI_SZ

$Type=$RegMSZ

Case $idx=$REG_RESOURCE_LIST

$Type=$RegRES

Case $idx=$REG_FULL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR

$Type=$RegFUL

Case $idx=$REG_RESOURCE_REQUIREMENTS_LIST

$Type=$RegREQ

Case Else

SetError(1)

EndSelect

Return $Type

EndFunc; _RegType

; _RegSwapVal Swaps registry $nam1 to $nam2 in key $Key

; @error - 1 if $nam1=$nam2

; @error - 2 if error reading $nam1

; @error - 3 if error reading $nam2

; @error - 4 if error deleting $nam1

; @error - 5 if error deleting $nam2

; @error - 6 if error writing $nam1

; @error - 7 if error writing $nam2

Func _RegSwapVal($Key,$nam1,$nam2)

SetError(0)

If $nam1=$nam2 Then

SetError(1)

Return False

EndIf

Local $val1=RegRead($Key,$nam1)

If @error Then

SetError(2)

Return False

EndIf

Local $Type1=_RegType(@extended)

Local $val2=RegRead($Key,$nam2)

If @error Then

SetError(3)

Return False

EndIf

Local $Type2=_RegType(@extended)

If $Type1<>$Type2 Then

SetError(4)

Return False

EndIf

If RegDelete($Key,$nam1) <> 1 Then

SetError(5)

Return False

EndIf

If RegDelete($Key,$nam2) <> 1 Then

SetError(6)

Return False

EndIf

If RegWrite($Key,$nam2,$Type1,$val1) <> 1 Then

SetError(7)

Return False

EndIf

If RegWrite($Key,$nam1,$Type1,$val2) <> 1 Then

SetError(8)

Return False

EndIf

Return True

EndFunc;_RegSwapVal

; _RegSplit Splits a registry key\name=val string into key, name & value

Func _RegSplit($RegKND,ByRef $Key,ByRef $Name, ByRef $dat)

Const $KeyNamDlm='\'

Const $NamValDlm='='

Local $LeftSl,$RightSl,$LeftEq,$RightEq

_StringSplit2($RegKND,$NamValDlm,$LeftEq,$RightEq,1)

_StringSplit2($LeftEq,$KeyNamDlm,$LeftSl,$RightSl,-1)

$Key=$LeftSl

$Name=$RightSl

$dat=$RightEq

EndFunc;_RegSplit

; _RegCreateKeys Creates a range of delimited subkeys

Func _RegCreateKeys($base,$keys)

Local $arr=StringSplit($keys,Opt('GUIDataSeparatorChar'))

Local $Idx

For $Idx=1 To $arr[0]

RegWrite($base&'\'&$arr[$Idx])

Next

EndFunc;_RegCreateKeys

; _RegWriteSetRst Writes to the registry one of two values depending on $OkRst

Func _RegWriteSetRst($Key,$name,$Type,$SetVal,$OkRst=False,$RstTyp=0,$RstVal='_RegWriteSetRst-novalue',$VfySecs=0,$VfyMsg='')

Local $TgtVal=$SetVal

If $OkRst Then $TgtVal=$RstVal

If $VfySecs>0 Then _MsgBoxExit($mbfInfo+$mbfOkCancel,'_RegWriteSetRst','In registry key '&$Key&' for value '&$name&@LF&'Setting to: '&$TgtVal&@LF&'Notes: '&$VfyMsg,$mbaCancel)

RegDelete($Key,$name) ; delete first then we can create a clean value.

If $OkRst Then ; typically admins can reset.

Select

Case $RstTyp=0 ; default: just delete

;;; ; which we have already done

Case $RstTyp=1 ; reset to $RstVal

If $RstVal='_RegWriteSetRst-novalue' Then _MsgBoxExit($mbfStop,'_RegWriteSetRst','Fatal error: no reset value specified!',$VfySecs)

RegWrite($Key,$name,$Type,$TgtVal)

EndSelect

Else

RegWrite($Key,$name,$Type,$TgtVal)

EndIf

EndFunc

; _RegReRead If the value read from the registry is registry key\val (ie begins with 'HKEY' then it reads and returns that value instead.

Func _RegReRead($Key,$Val)

$Val=RegRead($Key,$Val)

If StringLeft(StringLower($Val),5)='hkey_' = 0 Then Return $Val

_StringSplit2($Val,Opt('GUIDataSeparatorChar'),$Key,$Val,-1)

Return _RegReRead($Key,$Val) ; recursive call!

EndFunc

#endregion Run: Functions

#endregion Run:

The first "programmer" thing I learned with AutoIT, and I'm not a programmer, is to use SciTE editor. Everything else is MUCH easier after that. You went a little nuts with the #region and Global Const statements, but that was not your question...

That's some painfull code to read, but I don't see a function in there for searching the registry for a key. Where did you get it? Were you told it contained a registry search? Do you intend to write one yourself? Have you availed yourself of this forum's search function to see what is already out there?

:whistle:


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The first "programmer" thing I learned with AutoIT, and I'm not a programmer, is to use SciTE editor. Everything else is MUCH easier after that. You went a little nuts with the #region and Global Const statements, but that was not your question...

That's some painfull code to read, but I don't see a function in there for searching the registry for a key. Where did you get it? Were you told it contained a registry search? Do you intend to write one yourself? Have you availed yourself of this forum's search function to see what is already out there?

:whistle:

I use scite and i did not write this, It was in the scripts and scrapts forum. Apparently it is able to find a key in the registry and modify its value but I can't seem to figure out how this script accomplishes this. You are right though, it is a pain to read through and figure out though. here is the link to where i got the script from. _RegSearchAndReplace seems to be what i could use. http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...545&hl=Reg*

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I use scite and i did not write this, It was in the scripts and scrapts forum. Apparently it is able to find a key in the registry and modify its value but I can't seem to figure out how this script accomplishes this. You are right though, it is a pain to read through and figure out though.

Post a link to where you got it, mayber there's some hints there... :whistle:


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Post a link to where you got it, mayber there's some hints there... :whistle:

I edited my post above to include the link to where i got it from.

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I edited my post above to include the link to where i got it from.

I haven't figured that one all out yet, but posted a tweak to another that might help you:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=9588

:whistle:


Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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