Report • #5 Tufenuf March 4, 2009 at 15:37:51 bluebomber101, If the reg backup is a .reg file either double click it or right click it and choose "Merge".Tufenuf Report • Forum I think I got screwed with the purchase of my iPhone back in March Forum SolvedDid this guy screw up on Ebay? Now you can edit the key with the knowledge that you can replace it by double-clicking he backup if necessary, although caution is still recommended Things You Should Know About Redundancy http://creavisiondigital.com/messed-up/messed-up-aim.php I circumnavigated this by copying the I386 folder from the windows professional disk onto a flash drive, but when I put it on the computer I'm trying to fix, it wouldn't
No PSAs unless relevant to an issue (it must be a comment). That registry backup I have still won't stick and is returning the same error message. For Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 users, you get different troubleshooters for their respective operating systems.Follow the instructions.If the your Windows Update issue is solved and after having restarted you computer
that is totally messed up.
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Please be as specific as possible. Backup the registry file; 3. Forum Boot up issue I think? navigate to this website We have a few great examples, too.
As of Windows XP/Vista it should be stored in C:\System Volume Information as part of the System Restore. –sammyg Jun 19 '13 at 15:38 Does windows boot at all? If you are leery of deleting entries in the registry perhaps re-installing the programs and then removing them with their uninstaller would produce better results. Please try the request again.
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