You're welcome. But since I don't know what the named value "Speed" is used for, I would have added "ShowSingleRecorderSpeed" as a new entry rather than renaming "Speed". You might want to restore the "Speed" named value and add "ShowSingleRecorderSpeed" separately just to be safe.
By the way, for the sake of nomenclature consistency, the items in the left-hand pane of Registry Editor with the icons that look like folders are called "registry keys" or, commonly, "keys". The items in the right hand side with name, type, and data columns are called "named values"
Many people mistakenly call the named values keys, and you called them files, neither of which is correct. It's not a big deal and I'm not trying to pick on you. Given the similarity of Registry Editor's layout to that of Windows Explorer, it is easy to understand why one would make the mistake of calling keys "folders" and named values "files", but it is good to know the proper terms to avoid confusion.