How to find high definition sound settings in regedit

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How to find high definition sound settings in regedit   10 November 2017, 18:56

Hi, thanks for this product.

I use networkscanner to read value about regedit. I found out a lot of settings about my computer.

I would like know that computer have sound. I manually disable by in panel control\hw setting\high definition... and i disable it.

Thanks for your time!!!
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Re: How to find high definition sound settings in regedit   10 November 2017, 19:06

It's probably specific to your sound hardware and driver.

To find out where a setting is in the registry, create a complete registry dump via regedit.exe - File - Export - All before changing the setting, and then another dump after the setting was changed. Then compare these registry dumps to see what's changed.

Re: How to find high definition sound settings in regedit   11 November 2017, 05:27

i have two regedit, but... how can i compare them?
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Re: How to find high definition sound settings in regedit   11 November 2017, 12:47

There is a bunch of on-line file compare services, as well as free apps like WinMerge.

There is also a built-in file comparison command in Windows called fc and you can find out more by typing fc /? in the command prompt.

Re: How to find high definition sound settings in regedit   12 November 2017, 22:00

Thks by your knowledge.
Thks by time

Re: How to find high definition sound settings in regedit   13 November 2017, 07:42

i don't get correctly key regedit to find out if a computer has sound enable sad

Re: How to find high definition sound settings in regedit   14 November 2017, 00:18

finally i try block out audio by service, net stop service "net stop Audiosrv" and i read that value by netscan easy.

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