Editing the Registry in CMD

Command to display: reg query <registry keyname> /v <value name>

Command to change value: reg add <registry keyname> /v <value name> /t <type: DWORD, etc.> /d <data> /f

Registry keyname – complete registry key name

/v – adds or changes a value

/t – The type of value: REG_BINARY, REG_DWORD…

/s – specifies the character used to separate strings

/d – data assigned to a value

/f – forces overwriting of existing values with prompting

***Registry values manage computer settings and operations. If a registry is incorrectly changed or deleted, the computer might not startup or run.

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