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HOW TO DELETE REGISTRY VALUES WITH NAMES (Default) because I am finding difficulty in deleting registry values with name (Default).

Please help..
AmitGajjar 5-Apr-12 8:10am
do not use capitalization, it shows shouting :@

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string keyName = @"Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run";
using (RegistryKey key = Registry.CurrentUser.OpenSubKey(keyName, true))
    if (key == null)
        // Key doesn't exist. Do whatever you want to handle
        // this case
djrocks0101 5-Apr-12 7:16am
here Key name is (Default)..system generates a run-time error..when I am trying this..RegistryKey key = Registry.CurrentUser.OpenSubKey("(Default)", true)
djrocks0101 5-Apr-12 7:18am
ok I got it..
djrocks0101 5-Apr-12 7:24am
But still have the same problem...

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