Thursday, February 8, 2007
Posted by Jon Westfall in "SOFTWARE" @ 07:00 AM
Read on for the full step-by-step!
To disable a plugin, Run regedit.exe (The usual registry editing warning applies) and navigate to the following key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows CE Services\Partners
If you extend the tree out on the left-hand pane, you'll see subkeys that have unique device relationship IDs (For example, mine reads 78101e48). Expand that subkey out to:
Now you should see a list of sync conduits as subkeys. These include "Favorite", "File", "Media", etc.. You should also see a subkey for the conduit you want to disable. Click on its subkey.
Now comes the fun part. In the right pane of regedit, find an entry named Disabled. It should be set to 0x000000000 (0). This means that the entry is Enabled! Double click on it and change the entry to read "1". If for some reason the Disabled entry isn't there, simply rightclick and choose New -> DWORD value. Name the value "Disabled", set it to "1" and you're done.
Easy as that!