[Windows] Mouchard

Valable pour 98 - 98SE - ME - 2K - XP

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Microsoft a laissé trainer un mouchard dans son contrôle ActiveX. Il lui permet de lire votre HWID (Hardware ID) ainsi que le MSID (Microsoft ID).

Windows 2000

1.Menu Démarrer puis Exécuter
2.Tapez la commande suivante : regsvr32.exe -u c:\winnt\system32\regwizc.dll
3.Recommencer avec la commande : regsvr32.exe -u c:\winnt\system32\msident.dll

Windows 98, 98SE et ME

1.Menu Démarrer puis Exécuter
2.Tapez la commande suivante : regsvr32.exe -u c:\windows\system\regwizc.dll

Sinon, il reste toujours la possibilité d'effacer les valeurs qui vous identifient :

Ouvrir Regedit
Puis HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\
Effacer la valeur chaîne HWID
Ensuite effacer la valeur chaîne MSID

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