Originally posted by SonicSam
quote:Exactly what I'm hoping for.
Originally posted by Chancer
Perhaps there's a command line to change that or a registry entry...
You can use a program like Registry Monitor
from former SysInternals (now it's in the hands of MS) to check registry changes. It's not that easy though. You'll notice there are thousands of registry settings changed/read all the time, so you will need to filter the correct process.
This said, even if you find out what registry settings are responsible for it, it wont mean it will work. This because changing the reg setting is often not enough, you also need the program (in this case the driver) to re-read the registry key. Compare it to changing Plus! settings directly in the registry; you can change them, but Plus! wont use them unless you actually opened the Preferences window and clicked OK/Apply to re-read them.
Also note that some settings might be stored on the disk instead of the registry. If that is the case you will have a harder time to track down the responsible file change. Although you could then use some File Monitor tool (iirc SysInternals also have some), it is very hard to track the change down.