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Where's the REGISTERY

Posted on 1997-05-18
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I got a little prob here guys. I installed a program which didn't work properly into my WINDOWS 95 based machine. I deleted the program, and when I rebooted, i recieve the message
VNTSTID_Register error
Press Any Key to Continue

What and WHERE is my register so i can edit this line out, and how do i edit it? I've already used REGCLEAN which did nothing. I don't know where to find the REGISTERY? Please help!!!
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from your start button, go to run and type, (REGEDIT).
you have just entered the twilight zone. be very cafeful there
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I strongly advise you to learn about the registry if you are going to *edit* there. You can with the push of a key cause your system to loss it's mind; and you may have to re-load.
Learn about (Regedit)Registry at http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Pines/2857/
BACKUP SYSTEM.DAT AND USER.DAT to a safe place before you enter you registry.

I have a very good and easy to use(IT'S WORKS) registry backup and restore utility. lean and mean. I can't seem to find it on the web.
if you want it, e-mail me.
bwil@erinet.com
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Go to: http://www.lynx.bc.ca/~orca/ and get wrpv3.zip.
and more if you like
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