How to Fix Registry editing has been disabled by your administrator. How to Enable Registry Editor disabled by Administrator or Virus affected
Fix Registry editing has been disabled by your administrator Solved
The Windows Registry Editor is where all of our computer’s settings are kept. Typically, you can reach it by typing REGEDIT. However, some viruses disable the Windows Registry Editor in the background so that we do not terminate them and do not locate them. Here in this article Registry editing, disabled, we will share the solution does not open for you.
This error is usually found on infected computers. For this, we strongly recommend that you scan your computer with an Antivirus.
Activate the Registry editing with Group Policy
- Firstly, press Win + R keys at the same time and write “gpedit.msc” and press ENTER
- Local Group Policy window will pop up. In the left menu, go User Configuration > Administrative Templates > System and then select System.
- Then, double left click on the “Prevent acces to registry editing tools”
- In the new window that opens, select Disabled at the top left and click “OK”.
Activate the registry editor with a line of code
You can reactivate the Registry editor with a Command. To do so, copy the following code and type “CMD” in the Start menu. Command Prompt will appear. Right click on it and Run as Administrator. Just paste the code below and press ENTER on the keyboard.
REG DELETE "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v "DisableRegistryTools" /f
Activate with registry key
- Copy the code given below and paste it to a notepad.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
- Name it as “Activate-Registry-Editor.reg” and save it.
- Make sure there is .reg at the end.
- Then, double click on the file and run it.
- Press “YES” and “OK”
- You have successfully re activated Command Prompt.