How to remove Active Desktop Recovery screen

  1. Go to Run and type regedit
  2. Now navigate to this path – HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Desktop\SafeMode\Components
  3. You would find a key named DeskHtmlVersion
  4. Right click the key and select Modify
  5. Under the label Base, select the radio button Decimal
  6. Change Value data to 0
  7. Click OK

This should do the trick. If the screen doesn’t go then try restarting your PC for the changes to take effect.

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213 comments

  1. Dear bro,

    thanks for the idea.

    rgs,

    Symon.

  2. thanks! it works! no need to call my helpdesk support :)

  3. Grt idea thanks

  4. Thanks. It works.
    Speedy Resolution.
    Excellent!

  5. Thank you very very much….it helped :)

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  7. Thans best tricks

  8. thanks,

  9. Thanks, great help, the white Active Reovery screen dissappeared after following your instructions and restarting the computer

  10. Genuinely when someone doesn’t know then its up to other visitors that they will help, so here it happens.

  11. This solution worked 100% for me. Thanks man..

  12. Tq Dude

  13. Thanks for the help

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