I understand you were trying to disable the right click menu options for your graphics drivers.
The registry fix will only work to remove right click graphics options, that's it, no other issues.
What is the computer model?
Do you know the processor model?
Are you currently running Intel® graphics drivers? if so, what is the driver version?
I wasn't trying anything really, besides trying to get it work normally again. That link was just one of the only things i found regarding a similar problem, so i gave it a go.
The laptop is a asus x73s, it runs on windows 10.
Where do i check processor model or driver version?
Thank you for the information about the computer model.
I have checked the computer specifications based on the model number. It says you are currently running an Intel® Core™ i5-2450M Processor. This is a 2nd generation graphics that does not have driver support for Windows® 10.
You will get Windows®10 graphics driver support starting from 3rd generation graphics.
It might be that your issue is caused by operating system incompatibility.
See the list of supported operating systems here: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/graphics-drivers/000005526.html
Ok and how do you suggest i solve my problem?
Using an incompatible operating system will not help solve this problem. You need to change the operating system and get proper drivers for your computer model.
ok, thanks for not really helping me at all and taking 5 days to do so.