Windows 7 64 Bit Registry Issue

My windows 7 64 bit Pro edition has a USB issue open and They want me to delete all referances of this usb device sandisk
So I ran as administrator regedt32 and when I get into the system area I get access denied while trying to delete keys

I tried to change the permissions and it fails with access denied also

I am defined as an administrator of my local pc

I even tried in safe mode

I downloaded a reg cleaner but that costs money and I do not trust those programs

Need to remove those keys how can I change the persmisons so I can?

I would hate to have to reformat and resinstall

I already have a laptop that I may have to do that on also

So I hope we can come up with a solution

Thanks
InserachofAsked:
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vdh_techCommented:
First off, I would be careful deleting any disk out of the registry -- bad mooju.

Second, try to backup the registry by creating a system restore point:
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/3195/create-a-system-restore-point-in-windows-7

Third, launch regedit as an administrator
1. Navigate to C:\windows\system32\regedit.exe
2. Right-click regedit.exe and "Run as administrator"
3. Try deleting now
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c_a_n_o_nCommented:
Same problem, with probable solution:
go to the following file on C:\windows\system32\group policy\gpt.cnfg , and change the administrative privilege to full access.
Source: http://forums.techarena.in/windows-software/1176161.htm
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InserachofAuthor Commented:
I am only deleting sandisk entries

I tried those options and it still will not delete

also gave full controll to authenticate users on gpt.cnfg and still get access denied

Can not delete these bloddy keys

Thanks
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vdh_techCommented:
Maybe you need a sledge hammer...

Try taking ownership of the key with this little app... http://www.resplendence.com/reglite
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InserachofAuthor Commented:
Software that I downloaded was able to delete all the entries in one swoop very good

Now I can go back to my orignal issue
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