View Full Version : Registry Entry Warning illegible
When there's some kind of a registry change. Spybot does it's usual excellent job of letting me know, but since I did an upgrade to the most recent version of the software, I can't read a description of the registry change, or tell which button I'm pushing to accept or reject the change.
The window looks like this http://static.flickr.com/32/65985700_4670504425_o.jpg.
I've uninstalled and reinstalled a couple of times with no change. Suggestions?
See the first "sticky" in this forum for the repair of TeaTimer's window so that you can see things properly.
This is a little bug in version 1.4. We have already been able to locate and fix it. The fix will be downloadable with our next program upgrade. We hope that it will be available soon.
As a current solution you can work with your keyboard. Use the cursor keys to switch between the buttons ("Allow" is on the left, "Deny" on the right) and the space key to enter your selection. You can also press "A" on your keyboard for "Allow change" or "D" for "Deny change". The Checkbox for "Remember this decision" will work correctly in spite of the graphical issue. If you don't like to use the above workarounds you can disable TeaTimer as follows:
- Go into Spybot > Mode > Advanced Mode > Tools > Resident.
- Uncheck the following: Resident "TeaTimer" (Protection of over-all system settings) Active.
For more information please have a look here:
And you'll find a little workaround here:
Thanks for the fixes and thanks for not telling me to RTFM/Sticky like I should have.