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Check HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ Explorer for the same string and see if NoInstrumentation is listed there or under the previous key.
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wannabe1, yes, that string is there.

Edited by poppyal, 04 October 2006 - 07:34 PM.

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Double click on it...what is the Value data?
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The value is 1 (one).
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Change it to 0 (zero) in both keys if it's present.

You'll have to log off of Windows or reboot for this to take effect. Open a program twice and close it...does it show in recent programs?
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wannabe1, yar a genius! A full list of my last-used programs came up. I didn't even have to open any programs. I don't know how you know all that stuff, but I ain't complainin'. Thanks a bunch to you (and Keith) for the help. I'll try not to be a bother for a while. Thanx, again.

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Edited by poppyal, 04 October 2006 - 07:54 PM.

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Glad we could help! :whistling:
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:) Hi Dad!!!! :blink: :help:

Thanks, Keith and Wannabe! Geeks' finest at their best, once again. :whistling:
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