Updating Component Registration

Updating component registration

Type a name for the file and choose the location. Verify that you have sufficient access to that key, or contact your support personnel. There is one issue that I've now seen on multiple customer machines that I wanted to post a workaround for in case anyone else runs into it in the future. Media Center component registration may have failed. There are a couple of problems that cause this issue.

Make sure toThis procedure involves editing the Windows

Occasionally, renaming the key allows the installer to re-create the key and reset the permissions if the key is corrupted. Make the necessary changes.

This procedure involves editing the Windows registry. Make sure to back up the registry before editing it. You will need to find the entry that is followed a few lines later by a line stating Will run in registration mode.

Choose Start type regeditYou will need to find the

For Export Range, choose All. Write down all of the paths listed in the file. Use the following commands, including quotation marks, and press Return at the end of each line.

Choose Start, type regedit in the Search text field, and then press Enter. For more information about the registry, see the Windows documentation or contact Microsoft. You can use method on all versions of Windows, but it requires use of the command prompt utility.