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Settings reset after reboot of laptop.

Posted on 2007-03-22
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Each time I install pluggins e.g. in outlook or change application settings (not microsoft specific) or change windows settings etc.... when I reboot all of these are lost, it appears as though the registry is resetting. I am using XP Pro on a Toshiba Tecra laptop. Another example, when i reboot my scroll wheel is disabled on my mouse, i enable it, all is well, when i reboot it's disabled again. Any ideas?
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Is this on a domain?

Perhaps you have been assigned a mandatory usertype:

http://support.microsoft.com/KB/307800

If so - you will have to speak to your network IT team...
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Will check with my IT guys and get back to you. Sounds plausible.
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It turns out the the issue was caused by Spybot Search and destroy. Once I removed this all was ok.
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Mmmm - I have never heard of Spybot doing this - but there you go...

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