My Big Brother has disabled my USB on my system
Also he has admin profile an i am a normal user.
Is there any way wherewe can enable USB using Regedit without having Admin account
Re: USB Enable
If the USB slots have been disabled and require administrative rights it is for the protection of the system. it's actually a Group Policy & Security Policy Setting. and without an admin. account it's just about impossible to enable the removable media policies which usually includes floppies as well.
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