Can you point me to some of your literature on this as this is news to me. If accidental or hurried actions made you reinstall your operating system and lose important data, read this article to learn how to recover them:. So is important then value is 0 like a Key msahi. No menus were availalbe and Windows hotkeys were not working. Disk Management was also not working, it keeps on loading for a long time with a blank window. I'm marking this as solved. I know that the need for the administrator password is already mentioned.
In order to avoid getting stuck in safe mode again or prior, setup a local account with no Microsoft account details and change from local to admin account. I tried checking the Resource Monitor but that did not give much info. Reghack has to have a value of 0. Steve, First of all thank you for putting your time and effort into making this tutorial. Most likely your registry writes are getting redirected to the 32 bit area of the registry. The danger as you well know is bricking your system if you screw up. If you receive the User Account.
Thanks for the communication buddy. Could there be another cause altogether? I ran into an interesting problem and found an easy fix. So please add that as well. It took a bit of work to manipulate the the drive letters afterwards but got there eventually. After the installation I realized that the machine was running terribly slow.
I usually log in with my pin which I know , not my password. These include hot plug functionality and power management functionality. Now I am stuck having to buy a 16gb flash drive so I can make boot media to repair this mess. Best of luck to you too! Oliver is the founder and lead editor of this site. This is what I did: 1. I have already run the update assistant several times with no solution.
Without kowing it, many users will feel no difference. Hopefully somebody more knowledgeable will pop by with a definitive answer for you. Modifications of the settings are at your own risk. When making the registry edit using my. I've tried a bunch of different methods and so far this has been the most promising. When I reverted back it did not even redetect hardware and no problems. If I tried to get to the keyboard settings nothing happened.
Is there a way to disconnect the sata drives through system settings rather than physically unplugging since I have a laptop? Do the same for the other two Nvidia Controllers in Device Manager and restart your system. Has anyone had this problem and could you please help me resolve mine? I realise I'm probably teaching my Grandmother to suck eggs with this post here but perhaps somebody as equally technophobic as me, may find it useful. I hold off for a couple days but realize that once I am in safemode the next set of instructions reverses it. On the File menu, click Exit to close Registry Editor. Hi again, please consider my previous reply wrong! I want to set up a dual boot system with Linux Mint or Fedora. This is for the dell xps 13 9360.
This is what you get for trying to help people out for free I guess! For some reason up until tonight I never checked what the Sata mode was set to in the bios. See the comments section below for examples of a couple of people who ran into mishaps after encountering other underlying issues or forgetting their admin password before starting the process. I implemented the solution recommended here: and so far at least, it seems to be working. Fresh install of Win 7. It also enables a host of other interesting features.
I could have easily gotten the password before I doomed my computer into safe mode purgatory if it simply said I needed it in the post. After swearing at the computer several times, I decided that perhaps a reboot would help the situation. But it requires a registry tweak to get things working properly. I found some other 8930 users said that the similar method has worked…. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum I hope I am not duplicating something here.