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Registry errors at boot

Posted on 1997-12-18
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Machine starts Win95 and then give error "Registry problem" in a box on the blue screen.  Has option to restore registry from backup. Reboots to the same error.  Small Win95 manual had steps of recovering the registry, but then gives general protection with MSGSRV32
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1.In Control Panel, double-click Power.

2.In the Power Management box, click Off.

3.Click OK.

4.Restart your computer.

If the behavior continues to occur, follow these additional steps:

1.In Control Panel, double-click System.

2.On the Device Manager tab, double-click the System Devices branch to expand it.

3.Double-click Advanced Power Management Support.

4.On the Settings tab, click the Enable Power Management Support check box to clear it, and then click
OK.

5.Click OK.

6.Restart your computer when you are prompted to do so.
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