you could try this
You can edit the entries that TeaTimer uses to automatically "Allow" or "Deny" changes that were based on the use of "Remember this decision" as follows:Right click on the TeaTimer system tray icon and select Settings. This will bring up TeaTimer's "White & Black List". There are four (4) Buttons across the top of the "White & Black List":
Allowed registry changes
Blocked registry changes
You can review all the entries that you have stored by clicking on these buttons. The entries that you should review are in "Allowed registry changes" and "Blocked registry changes". You can delete entries by clicking on the scripted black "X" to the right of the entry that you want to delete and then clicking the "OK" button when you're done. This will in effect make TeaTimer forget what you told it to remember so that during future changes to these items TeaTimer will issue a pop-up dialog rather then just a notification pop-up.
P4 3ghz, 512mb ram, W2k sp4, ad-aware, spybot s&D with resident portion enabled, zonealarm
About a month ago, while installing windows updates I got prompted by spybot to allow an update to make a change. As I was clicking to allow the change I got distracted and foolishly clicked on the deny button. Since that time I have been unable to get any windows updates. Can anyone help me undo whatever setting I created to disallow windows updates to function?
Prior to this blunder, windows update has always worked flawlessly on this machine.
Any suggestions appreciated.