So apparently it's not possible to set ownership of certain registry entries even with SetACL? Well that's bad thing then. Maybe it will be...
Any idea what causes this? Those registry key do exists (list is rather long, same error). I'm using Windows 7 Professional x64.
It definitely looks like that's the issue.
I too have crashing problem, not sure if it's the same thing tough. I'm running Windows 7 x64 and UAC is disabled.
When cleaning creatives driver...
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