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Enraged Dingo

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Yah I am back - I am sorta the "Hey he knows a lil about comps, lets take it to him once we jack **** up" guy in my little town here.

So, a friend of mine who is infected with Doly called me up, I talked em through deleting all of the files, restoring msconfig.exe and regedit.exe.

One thing is throwing me though - maybe I did something wrong, I dont know , but registry editing is still disabled, so I cant fix that part. I looked it up on the net and followed a different set of instructions to fix this, still no good. All of the files it creates are gone, I cleaned out the autoexec.bat file all that is left is the registry, as I understood it - once the files were deleted, and autoexec.bat restored - all I had to do was extract msconfig and regedit.exe once again and it was resolved - cleary, I was mistaken.
Cant find any help sites that cover that part - they just say "take out these keys yhatta yhatta" well I'd do that if I could open registry , I know what key disables it, what I dont know is how to delete it from the registry, w/o starting the registry.
 
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Enraged Dingo

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Yah I was gonna restore reg from a backup but only as a last resort, ill check the util out and see what happens

and yah it is pretty mean, ive been beating it with a stick for a while now gotten this far, almost done heh

ahah - its the same idea i was working on, just right a .reg file and runnin it to change DisableRegistryTools from 1 to 0
wasnt sure it would work but thats the same thing they have up to unlock , thx =)
 
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