Posted 28 September 2008 - 08:45 AM
Welcome to BleepingComputer! I've requested for your topic to be moved to another forum for you.
The meaning of a doubleword value in the registry is determined by whatever software refers to that key. The value is hexadecimal - a doubleword is four bytes, 00 00 00 00 to ff ff ff ff value.
I don't think there's a general rule. A LSD value of 0 to 1 may toggle some functions, ie dword:00000000 to dword:00000001, but that may not be so in other cases. You need to know what the application (Windows itself or a program) is expecting.
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