Author Topic: [Fixed]Some sysinternals tools(Autoruns PStools) are having issues  (Read 4362 times)

Offline BenYeeHua

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If you are using Autoruns to disable some Explorer dll(shell dll), it will remove the current registry value and showing it fail to find the file.
http://forum.sysinternals.com/bug_topic30729.html

Based on the PSTools, it look like somehow it will replace the space into ":", for example, "Program Files" will become "Program:Files" and fail....

For Autoruns, you can use CCleaner as a temp software to disable context menu dll, or older Autoruns if you still has it on your hard disk. :)
« Last Edit: December 22, 2014, 01:33:42 PM by BenYeeHua »

Offline edkiefer

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I use it but not the explorer tab , good to know though.
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Yup, and lucky I am using it for control the software that I can get the context menu back very easy, like the Winrar. ;)

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I forgot to update this post, this issues is fixed, but still remember to back up the registry before you change it, it may still got some hidden bugs. :)