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Dogway

Remove Input Keyboard from Registry

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I want to know if it is correct this reg for removing a Language Keyboard, in Spanish by default we get "Español (alfabetización Tradicional) along Español (alfabetización Internacional) which is the correct one. I don't need both so I want to remove the former:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Keyboard Layout\Preload]
"2"="0000040a"

It seems to work from my tests on VM, but a RegShot showed more changes that I'm unsure I would need? I don't want to leave open regs or whatever.

edit: my bad, it should be

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Keyboard Layout\Preload]
"2"=-

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I want to know if it is correct this reg for removing a Language Keyboard, in Spanish by default we get "Español (alfabetización Tradicional) along Español (alfabetización Internacional) which is the correct one. I don't need both so I want to remove the former:

edit: my bad, it should be

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Keyboard Layout\Preload]
"2"=-

Yes, that script will correctly delete ( remove ) the value that is named "2" and its data.

So for example, if that registry key contains these values ...

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Keyboard Layout\Preload]

"3"="Something"

"4"="Something"

"2"="Something"

"1"="Something"

"5"="Something"

After running that script it will look like this ...

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Keyboard Layout\Preload]

"3"="Something"

"4"="Something"

"1"="Something"

"5"="Something"

As long as the value named "2" does in fact contain the keyboard you want to delete ( as I don't know what "0000040a" actually represents ), you are correct.

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Thanks a lot for confirmation!

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You might want to delete it in the Default user as well.

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