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Cannot access system registry

Posted on 2003-12-03
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When I try to add a reference using VB 6  from Visual Studio6, I get an error
"Cannot access system registry"

I have Service pack 1 on my pc using winXP..

Can u tell me what I can do to solve this.

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Scarlet
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I have win xp, I donot have that option if i go to myComputer->properties->performance tab to change the registry size.
I have also looked for it in control panel->system but there is no option to change registry size.

where can i find this on xp?
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Dear ScarletBlue,
     Try the following link. It provides you the way to change the registry size on Windows XP.
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/prodtechnol/winxppro/proddocs/sysprop_to_change_the_size_of_the_computer_s_registry.asp
     Any question, please let me know.
                                                                          Meng
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