I have a Win2k SP3 system on my bench. I think some kiddo's have downloaded something that has hijacked IE. I have done the SFC program and it is still broken. I did the registry change to allow me to re-install IE. I re-installed IE, but it didn't appear that it took long enough.
I can't run anti-virus on it, either.
Any ideas? I thought about hooking just the drive to my test system as a slave drive and trying to edit the registry, but I can't find a registry editor that will work on a slave drive. Anyone know of such a program. (If there's not one I bet I could make a fortune if I wrote one! LOL )
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