Power button registry xp Tags: Configuration Registry Power Windows XP Last response: December 8, 2010 9:47 AM in Windows XP Share Saitex May 20, 2010 2:40:20 PM Hello, i am looking for the registry key to change the power button option for default users. How can i change this in the registry? kind regards, Tom More about : power button registry soundguruman May 21, 2010 3:57:13 AM Saitex said:Hello, i am looking for the registry key to change the power button option for default users. How can i change this in the registry? kind regards, Tom my computer>control panel>display>screen saver>power monitor click power bar>click advanced> set power button setting That's the way to set it, not in the registry normally. dodzski December 8, 2010 9:47:19 AM Is there a way to have log-off added instead of "ask me what to do" when I press the power button? Since I can only see these options: Do Nothing Ask Me what to do Standby Shutdown Or, any other ways to set power button to log-off??? Need help. thanks Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCannot modify/delete/change permissions on a registry key ForumHELP: Dell Computer with registry issue? ForumLaptop is not shutting down untill pressing turn off button ForumModifying the Windows Registry with Visual Basic ForumNew system build, Power button only turns it off not on/also HDD Bad? ForumHp compac nc6000 power button will not stay on ForumWhat Registry Permissions are Needed for Printing ForumBest Registry /Windows Cleaner and Fixer? ForumAcer Crash, Now Slow. Registry Issue Maybe? ForumHow to get the power button LED to work? ForumWindows 7 virtual device driver format in the registry is invalid ForumWhat programs to fix Win registry errors? ForumRename of start button in Xp ForumPlease HELP! Registry issues ForumSystem does not turn off after pressing the power button ForumPCMCIA slots need more power??? HELP! ForumRegistry problem ForumDelete drivers guide from the registry ForumJava registry keys not found Forum[Solved] AV7 Registry Value and AV7 in Startup Menu More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !