Posted 17 October 2008 - 07:26 AM
Hey there, glad you fixed the first problem. Then new problem just started after you turned it on automatic? I would guess it would be due to the name being spelt wrong, so it cant read it. Open regedit through start>run>(type "regedit" without the quotes) and find your way to the program or registry value you're receiving the error message from. HKLM refers to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE so open that, and then follow the registry key, displayed by the error message. I usually don't recommend changing values in the registry, but there shouldn't be a problem as long as you're just renaming it. When you find the key, it will probably be misplaced spelling or maybe nonexistent. If you found the one it should be, maybe off by a few letters, right click it, and click modify. Make sure you type in the EXACT file key name. This should hopefully solve your problem, if not, or if there wasn't even a value that looked close to the one stated in the error message, reply back here.