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  1. Actually, I'm logged in to the machine itself but under <SOME_DOMAIN>\UID instead of <LOCAL_MACHINE>\UID The PC is connected to a corp network and allows users from other domains to log in. Thank you for the tip!
  2. Thanks! I will try that. In the mean time I found what was preventing me from deleting the registry with regedit32. Turns out that, every time I gave myself permission to a particular VID key, a new sub-node gets created with no permissions. One needs to refresh Reg Editor after each time a permission is added in order to see this. After two or three iterations, it finally stops creating these sub-nodes and one can finally delete the registry. I was logged into the machine from an external domain, not to the machine itself. That may be part of the problem since, I noticed, each new sub-node has <LocalMachine>\Administrators automatically added. Regards.
  3. Hi I just downloaded RegASSASSIN to delete the following registry in a Windows Vista machine: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB\VID_0547&PID_0101 It keeps telling me that the Registry Key cannot be removed. I'm logged-on with administrator access. I initially tried regedit32 and was able to delete all sub-nodes except the following: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB\VID_0547&PID_0101\6&26379b8a&0&3\Properties\{83da6326-97a6-4088-9453-a1923f573b29} That is when I came accross RegASSASSIN and was hopping it would do a better job than I. Does anyone know the solution? Thanks.