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Someone about a year ago gave me the location of a utility called WRP. It makes a backup of registry files. Does anyone  know where I can find this and does it work on Win 98 also??
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Hi,

  The program might have been discontinued.  But here is a list of similiar programs that will do the job just as well:


http://www.winfiles.com/apps/98/backup.html
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Thank you
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Here is where you can download the WRP program you asked for:
http://www.webdev.net/orca/tools1.htm
Regards,
Ralph
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Ralph
Thanks much!!!!
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Glad to help!
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