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I have 5 DTD entries in the registry, but only one seems to be a true DTD.....the remaining 4 don't give a result when input into DTDCalculator

BJabi
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AlHill
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Just a word of caution - do not mess with the registry. Otherwise, your next question on the forum may be "HELP - My Graphics are causing BSODs"

 

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AlHill
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Just a word of caution - do not mess with the registry. Otherwise, your next question on the forum may be "HELP - My Graphics are causing BSODs"

 

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BJabi
Beginner
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well, thanks....but "messing about" is how one learns.....this is a test bed laptop, and while re-loading Win 7, since I haven't imaged the thing (which I should do, is a PITA, it's do-able, and that's only if the Last Good Config fails, and/or I don't back up the registry and restore at boot time 😉

Leonardo_C_Intel
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Hello BJabi Thank you for posting in the Intel Community. As Al.Hill has mentioned we don’t recommend working with the Windows registry because this can cause errors on the system. Intel Customer Service no longer responds to telephone, chat, or e-mail inquiries for this [Product Name] but you may want to try our Discontinued Products Community (https://forums.intel.com/s/topic/0TO0P000000PmraWAC/discontinued-products) to get recommendations from fellow community members. You may also find the Discontinued Products Website (https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/discontinued-products.html) helpful to address your request. Hope this helps. Regards, Leonardo C. Intel Customer Support Technician Under Contract to Intel Corporation
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