Windows and Buttons Restricted (Greyed) Part 2 – Display Properties

Windows XP Windows and buttons drop down box located in the Display Properties under the Appearance tab is restricted/disabled (greyed out). The most likely cause of this is malware utilizing Group Policy Objects which enforces policies for system settings and/or user account(s) settings. The Group Policy for Load a specific visual style file or force Windows Classic will cause the Windows and buttons drop down box to be restricted/disabled (greyed out) in Display Properties when enabled.

Group Policies are typically applied at businesses to control access to programs, system properties, and user account settings. For Home users, Windows and buttons drop down box can be restricted/disabled (greyed out) by these Group Policies but usually malware is the culprit. If you are a home user and the Windows and buttons drop down box is restricted/disabled (greyed out) from the Display Properties and looks like the pictures below then there is a good chance you are infected with malware.

NOTE

Ensure your computer is malware free before applying the following solutions.

CAUTION

Before making any changes to the Windows XP Registry, please backup your Windows XP Registry using the direction from "Using ERUNT to back up the Windows XP Registry".

Manual Steps Using Group Policy Editor

NOTE

The Group Policy Editor requires Administrative privileges and is only available for Windows XP Professional Edition. Windows XP Home users can use the Windows XP Registry method to remove the Group Policy restriction.

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type gpedit.msc in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. In the Group Policy Editor navigate to:

    User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Display > Desktop Themes

  5. Double-click Load a specific visual style file or force Windows Classic.
  6. Select Not Configured.
NOTE: If the Windows and buttons drop down box is restricted/disabled (greyed out) on a per User account basis then the above method will not work, you will need to use the Registry Editor to remove the Group Policy.

Manual Steps Using Windows XP Registry

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type regedit.exe in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Navigate to:

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

  5. Right-click SetVisualStyle to select Delete.
  6. Navigate to:

    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

  7. Right-click SetVisualStyle to select Delete.
  8. Quit the Registry Editor (Regedit.exe).

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Manual Steps Using REG DELETE

  1. Open a Command Window.
  2. Type:

    REG DELETE "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v SetVisualStyle /f

  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Type:

    REG DELETE "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v SetVisualStyle /f

  5. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  6. Type EXIT and press ENTER on your keyboard.

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Automated Fix Using an Registration File

  1. Download WndwBttns.Prt2.Allow.reg to a folder on your hard drive.
  2. Right-click WndwBttns.Prt2.Allow.reg to select Merge.
  3. Now the registration entries are added for you.

NOTES

The WndwBttns.Prt2.Allow.reg file is from my web server (http://lprf.homeserver.com). You also can view the contents of the WndwBttns.Prt2.Allow.reg file by right-clicking the file and selecting Edit. You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Platforms Tested

  • Microsoft Windows XP Editions

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Version 2.1
Edited: May 9, 2012

Windows and Buttons Restricted (Greyed) Part 1 – Display Properties

Windows XP Windows and buttons drop down box located in the Display Properties under the Appearance tab is restricted/disabled (greyed out). The most likely cause of this is malware utilizing Group Policy Objects which enforces policies for system settings and/or user account(s) settings. The Group Policy for Prevent selection of windows and button styles will cause the Windows and buttons drop down box to be restricted/disabled (greyed out) in Display Properties when enabled.

Group Policies are typically applied at businesses to control access to programs, system properties, and user account settings. For Home users, Windows and buttons drop down box can be restricted/disabled (greyed out) by these Group Policies but usually malware is the culprit. If you are a home user and the Windows and buttons drop down box is restricted/disabled (greyed out) from the Display Properties and looks like the pictures below then there is a good chance you are infected with malware.

NOTE

Ensure your computer is malware free before applying the following solutions.

CAUTION

Before making any changes to the Windows XP Registry, please backup your Windows XP Registry using the direction from "Using ERUNT to back up the Windows XP Registry".

Manual Steps Using Group Policy Editor

NOTE

The Group Policy Editor requires Administrative privileges and is only available for Windows XP Professional Edition. Windows XP Home users can use the Windows XP Registry method to remove the Group Policy restriction.

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type gpedit.msc in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. In the Group Policy Editor navigate to:

    User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Display > Desktop Themes

  5. Double-click Prevent selection of windows and button styles.
  6. Select Not Configured.

NOTE

If the Windows and buttons drop down box is restricted/disabled (greyed out) on a per User account basis then the above method will not work, you will need to use the Registry Editor to remove the Group Policy.

Manual Steps Using Windows XP Registry

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type regedit.exe in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Navigate to:

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

  5. Right-click NoVisualStyleChoice to select Modify.
  6. Change the value to 0.
  7. Navigate to:

    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

  8. Right-click NoVisualStyleChoice to select Modify.
  9. Change the value to 0.
  10. Quit the Registry Editor (Regedit.exe).

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Manual Steps Using REG ADD

  1. Open a Command Window.
  2. Type:

    REG ADD "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v NoVisualStyleChoice /t REG_DWORD /d 0

  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Type:

    REG ADD "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v NoVisualStyleChoice /t REG_DWORD /d 0

  5. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  6. Type EXIT and press ENTER on your keyboard.

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Automated Fix Using an Registration File

  1. Download WndwBttns.Prt1.Allow.reg to a folder on your hard drive.
  2. Right-click WndwBttns.Prt1.Allow.reg to select Merge.
  3. Now the registration entries are added for you.

NOTES

The WndwBttns.Prt1.Allow.reg file is from my web server (lprf.homeserver.com). You also can view the contents of the WndwBttns.Prt1.Allow.reg file by right-clicking the file and selecting Edit. You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Platforms Tested

  • Microsoft Windows XP Editions

Related Articles

Version 2.1
Edited: May 8, 2012

Wallpaper / Background Restricted (Greyed) Part 2 – Display Properties

Windows XP Background area located in the Display Properties under the Desktop tab is restricted/disabled (greyed out). The most likely cause of this is malware utilizing Group Policy Objects which enforces policies for system settings and/or user account(s) settings. The Group Policy for Active Desktop Wallpaper will cause the Background area to be restricted/disabled (greyed out) in Display Properties when enabled.

Group Policies are typically applied at businesses to control access to programs, system properties, and user account settings. For Home users, Background area can be restricted/disabled (greyed out) by these Group Policies but usually malware is the culprit. If you are a home user and the Background area is restricted/disabled (greyed out) from the Display Properties and looks like the pictures below then there is a good chance you are infected with malware.

NOTE

Ensure your computer is malware free before applying the following solutions.

CAUTION

Before making any changes to the Windows XP Registry, please backup your Windows XP Registry using the direction from "Using ERUNT to back up the Windows XP Registry".

Manual Steps Using Group Policy Editor

NOTE

The Group Policy Editor requires Administrative privileges and is only available for Windows XP Professional Edition. Windows XP Home users can use the Windows XP Registry method to remove the Group Policy restriction.

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type gpedit.msc in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. In the Group Policy Editor navigate to:

    User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Desktop > Active Desktop

  5. Double-click Active Desktop Wallpaper.
  6. Select Not Configured.

NOTE

If the Background area is restricted/disabled (greyed out) on a per User account basis then the above method will not work, you will need to use the Registry Editor to remove the Group Policy.

Manual Steps Using Windows XP Registry

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type regedit.exe in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Navigate to:

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

  5. Right-click Wallpaper to select Delete.
  6. Navigate to:

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

  7. Right-click WallpaperStyle to select Delete.
  8. Navigate to:

    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

  9. Right-click Wallpaper to select Delete.
  10. Navigate to:

    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

  11. Right-click WallpaperStyle to select Delete.
  12. Quit the Registry Editor (Regedit.exe).

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Manual Steps Using REG DELETE

  1. Open a Command Window.
  2. Type:

    REG DELETE "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v Wallpaper /f

  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Type:

    REG DELETE "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v WallpaperStyle /f

  5. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  6. Type:

    REG DELETE "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v Wallpaper /f

  7. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  8. Type:

    REG DELETE "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v WallpaperStyle /f

  9. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  10. Type EXIT and press ENTER on your keyboard.

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Automated Fix Using an Registration File

  1. Download WllpprBckgrnd.Prt2.Allow.reg to a folder on your hard drive.
  2. Right-click WllpprBckgrnd.Prt2.Allow.reg to select Merge.
  3. Now the registration entries are added for you.

NOTES

The WllpprBckgrnd.Prt2.Allow.reg file is from my web server (http://lprf.homeserver.com).  You also can view the contents of the WllpprBckgrnd.Prt2.Allow.reg file by right-clicking the file and selecting Edit. You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Platforms Tested

  • Microsoft Windows XP Editions

Related Articles

Version 2.1
Edited: May 8, 2012

Wallpaper / Background Restricted (Greyed) Part 1 – Display Properties

Windows XP Background area located in the Display Properties under the Desktop tab is restricted/disabled (greyed out). The most likely cause of this is malware utilizing Group Policy Objects which enforces policies for system settings and/or user account(s) settings. The Group Policy for Prevent changing wallpaper will cause the Background area to be restricted/disabled (greyed out) in Display Properties when enabled.

Group Policies are typically applied at businesses to control access to programs, system properties, and user account settings. For Home users, Background area can be restricted/disabled (greyed out) by these Group Policies but usually malware is the culprit. If you are a home user and the Background area is restricted/disabled (greyed out) from the Display Properties and looks like the pictures below then there is a good chance you are infected with malware.

NOTE

Ensure your computer is malware free before applying the following solutions.

CAUTION

Before making any changes to the Windows XP Registry, please backup your Windows XP Registry using the direction from "Using ERUNT to back up the Windows XP Registry".

Manual Steps Using Group Policy Editor

NOTE

The Group Policy Editor requires Administrative privileges and is only available for Windows XP Professional Edition. Windows XP Home users can use the Windows XP Registry method to remove the Group Policy restriction.

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type gpedit.msc in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. In the Group Policy Editor navigate to:

    User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Display

  5. Double-click Prevent changing wallpaper.
  6. Select Not Configured.

NOTE

If the Background area is restricted/disabled (greyed out) on a per User account basis then the above method will not work, you will need to use the Registry Editor to remove the Group Policy.

Manual Steps Using Windows XP Registry

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type regedit.exe in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Navigate to:

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\ActiveDesktop

  5. Right-click {450D8FBA-AD25-11D0-98A8-0800361B1103} to select Modify.
  6. Change the value to 0.
  7. Navigate to:

    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\ActiveDesktop

  8. Right-click NoChangingWallPaper to select Modify.
  9. Change the value to 0.
  10. Quit the Registry Editor (Regedit.exe).

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Manual Steps Using REG ADD

  1. Open a Command Window.
  2. Type:

    REG ADD "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\ActiveDesktop" /v NoChangingWallPaper /t REG_DWORD /d 0

  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Type:

    REG ADD "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\ActiveDesktop" /v NoChangingWallPaper /t REG_DWORD /d 0

  5. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  6. Type EXIT and press ENTER on your keyboard.

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Automated Fix Using an Registration File

  1. Download WllpprBckgrnd.Prt1.Allow.reg to a folder on your hard drive.
  2. Right-click WllpprBckgrnd.Prt1.Allow.reg to select Merge.
  3. Now the registration entries are added for you.

NOTES

The WllpprBckgrnd.Prt1.Allow.reg file is from my web server (http://lprf.homeserver.com).  You also can view the contents of the WllpprBckgrnd.Prt1.Allow.reg file by right-clicking the file and selecting Edit. You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Platforms Tested

  • Microsoft Windows XP Editions

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Version 2.1
Edited: May 8, 2012

Theme Tab Missing – Display Properties

Windows XP Theme tab is missing from the Display Properties. The most likely cause of this is malware utilizing Group Policy Objects which enforces policies for system settings and/or user account(s) settings. The Group Policy for Remove Theme option will cause the Theme tab to be removed from Display Properties when enabled.

Group Policies are typically applied at businesses to control access to programs, system properties, and user account settings. For Home users, Theme tab can be removed these Group Policies but usually malware is the culprit. If you are a home user and the Theme tab is missing from the Display Properties and looks like the pictures below then there is a good chance you are infected with malware.

NOTE

Ensure your computer is malware free before applying the following solutions.

CAUTION

Before making any changes to the Windows XP Registry, please backup your Windows XP Registry using the direction from "Using ERUNT to back up the Windows XP Registry".

Manual Steps Using Group Policy Editor

NOTE

The Group Policy Editor requires Administrative privileges and is only available for Windows XP Professional Edition. Windows XP Home users can use the Windows XP Registry method to remove the Group Policy restriction.

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type gpedit.msc in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. In the Group Policy Editor navigate to:

    User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Display > Desktop Themes

  5. Double-click Remove Theme option.
  6. Select Not Configured.

NOTE

If the Theme tab is missing on a per User account basis then the above method will not work, you will need to use the Registry Editor to remove the Group Policy.

Manual Steps Using Windows XP Registry

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type regedit.exe in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Navigate to:

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer

  5. Right-click NoThemesTab to select Modify.
  6. Change the value to 0.
  7. Navigate to:

    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer

  8. Right-click NoThemesTab to select Modify.
  9. Change the value to 0.
  10. Quit the Registry Editor (Regedit.exe).

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Manual Steps Using REG ADD

  1. Open a Command Window.
  2. Type:

    REG ADD "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer" /v NoThemesTab /t REG_DWORD /d 0

  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Type:

    REG ADD "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer" /v NoThemesTab /t REG_DWORD /d 0

  5. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  6. Type EXIT and press ENTER on your keyboard.

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Automated Fix Using an Registration File

  1. Download ThmTb.Show.reg to a folder on your hard drive.
  2. Right-click ThmTb.Show.reg to select Merge.
  3. Now the registration entries are added for you.

NOTES

The ThmTb.Show.reg file is from my web server (http://lprf.homeserver.com).  You also can view the contents of the ThmTb.Show.reg file by right-clicking the file and selecting Edit. You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Platforms Tested

  • Microsoft Windows XP Editions
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Version 2.1
Edited: May 8, 2012

Settings Tab Missing – Display Properties

Windows XP Settings tab is missing from the Display Properties. The most likely cause of this is malware utilizing Group Policy Objects which enforces policies for system settings and/or user account(s) settings. The Group Policy for Hide Settings tab will cause the Settings tab to be removed from Display Properties when enabled.

Group Policies are typically applied at businesses to control access to programs, system properties, and user account settings. For Home users, Settings tab can be removed these Group Policies but usually malware is the culprit. If you are a home user and the Settings tab is missing from the Display Properties and looks like the pictures below then there is a good chance you are infected with malware.

NOTE

Ensure your computer is malware free before applying the following solutions.

CAUTION

Before making any changes to the Windows XP Registry, please backup your Windows XP Registry using the direction from "Using ERUNT to back up the Windows XP Registry".

Manual Steps Using Group Policy Editor

NOTE

The Group Policy Editor requires Administrative privileges and is only available for Windows XP Professional Edition. Windows XP Home users can use the Windows XP Registry method to remove the Group Policy restriction.

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type gpedit.msc in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. In the Group Policy Editor navigate to:

    User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Display

  5. Double-click Hide Settings tab.
  6. Select Not Configured.

NOTE

If the Settings tab is missing on a per User account basis then the above method will not work, you will need to use the Registry Editor to remove the Group Policy.

Manual Steps Using Windows XP Registry

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type regedit.exe in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Navigate to:

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

  5. Right-click NoDispSettingsPage to select Modify.
  6. Change the value to 0.
  7. Navigate to:

    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

  8. Right-click NoDispSettingsPage to select Modify.
  9. Change the value to 0.
  10. Quit the Registry Editor (Regedit.exe).

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Manual Steps Using REG ADD

  1. Open a Command Window.
  2. Type:

    REG ADD "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v NoDispSettingsPage /t REG_DWORD /d 0

  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Type:

    REG ADD "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v NoDispSettingsPage /t REG_DWORD /d 0

  5. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  6. Type EXIT and press ENTER on your keyboard.

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Automated Fix Using an Registration File

  1. Download SttngsTb.Show.reg to a folder on your hard drive.
  2. Right-click SttngsTb.Show.reg to select Merge.
  3. Now the registration entries are added for you.

NOTES

The SttngsTb.Show.reg file is from my web server (http://lprf.homeserver.com).  You also can view the contents of the SttngsTb.Show.reg file by right-clicking the file and selecting Edit. You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Platforms Tested

  • Microsoft Windows XP Editions
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Version 2.2
Edited: May 12, 2012

Screen Saver Timeout Restriction (Greyed) – Display Properties

Windows XP Screen saver timeout numeric box located in the Display Properties under the Screen Saver tab is restricted/disabled (greyed out). The most likely cause of this is malware utilizing Group Policy Objects which enforces policies for system settings and/or user account(s) settings. The Group Policy for Screen Saver timeout will cause the Screen saver timeout numeric box to be restricted/disabled (greyed out) in Display Properties when enabled.

Group Policies are typically applied at businesses to control access to programs, system properties, and user account settings. For Home users, Screen saver timeout numeric box can be restricted/disabled (greyed out) by these Group Policies but usually malware is the culprit. If you are a home user and the Screen saver timeout numeric box is restricted/disabled (greyed out) from the Display Properties and looks like the pictures below then there is a good chance you are infected with malware.

NOTE

Ensure your computer is malware free before applying the following solutions.

CAUTION

Before making any changes to the Windows XP Registry, please backup your Windows XP Registry using the direction from "Using ERUNT to back up the Windows XP Registry".

Manual Steps Using Group Policy Editor

NOTE

The Group Policy Editor requires Administrative privileges and is only available for Windows XP Professional Edition. Windows XP Home users can use the Windows XP Registry method to remove the Group Policy restriction.

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type gpedit.msc in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. In the Group Policy Editor navigate to:

    User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Display

  5. Double-click Screen Saver Timeout.
  6. Select Not Configured.

NOTE

If the Screen saver timeout numeric box is restricted/disabled (greyed out) on a per User account basis then the above method will not work, you will need to use the Registry Editor to remove the Group Policy.

Manual Steps Using Windows XP Registry

  1. Click Start and then Run.
  2. Type regedit.exe in the Run dialog box.
  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Navigate to:

    HKCU\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Control Panel\Desktop

  5. Right-click ScreenSaveTimeOut to select Delete.
  6. Navigate to:

    HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Control Panel\Desktop

  7. Right-click ScreenSaveTimeOut to select Delete.
  8. Quit the Registry Editor (Regedit.exe).

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Manual Steps Using REG DELETE

  1. Open a Command Window.
  2. Type:

    REG DELETE "HKCU\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Control Panel\Desktop" /v ScreenSaveTimeOut /f

  3. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  4. Type:

    REG ADD "HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Control Panel\Desktop" /v ScreenSaveTimeOut /f

  5. Press ENTER on your keyboard.
  6. Type EXIT and press ENTER on your keyboard.

NOTE

You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Automated Fix Using an Registration File

  1. Download ScrnSvrTmt.Allow.reg to a folder on your hard drive.
  2. Right-click ScrnSvrTmt.Allow.reg to select Merge.
  3. Now the registration entries are removed for you.
NOTES: The ScrnSvrTmt.Allow.reg file is from my web server (http://lprf.homeserver.com).  You also can view the contents of the ScrnSvrTmt.Allow.reg file by right-clicking the file and selecting Edit. You may need to log off then log on to your user account or restart your computer for the changes to take affect.

Platforms Tested

  • Microsoft Windows XP Editions
Related Articles

Version 2.2
Edited: May 8, 2012