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Reg.edit

"Start", "Run", "Reg.edit" suddenly brings up message "Cannot find file". Have run many times before with no problem. How do I get "Reg.edit" back. Have rebooted several times to no avail....Thank you
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xryder
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BeTaKATCommented:
try "regedit" in stead of "reg.edit"
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BeTaKATCommented:
try "regedit" in stead of "reg.edit"
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RingerCommented:
In Windows 98 they are no Reg.edit.exe file under Windows, you have only Regedit.exe.  Make sure that the file exist (Regedit.exe) If you have Reg.edit.exe rename the file as Regedit.exe  (Rename the file in Dos Mode" by click at Start/Programs/MS-DOS Prompt and type rename reg.edit.exe regedit.exe then type exit to close the MS-Dos Prompt. Try to run it.

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xryderAuthor Commented:
Thanks Ringer! Your response was quick and on the button
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BeTaKATCommented:
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isn't that what i said ?

when xryder had a file called regedit.exe then my answer was good

when he had a file called reg.edit.exe, he wouldn't have asked the question, because it would have worked ...

  BeTaKAT (in confused state of mind)
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RingerCommented:
True, but you did not tell him how to do it.
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xryderAuthor Commented:
I'm sorry BeTaKAT, your answer was as correct and helpful as Ringers was, but since I received his first, I responded only to him. Believe me, I do truly appreciate your help and consideration. Thank you.............Saul
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BeTaKATCommented:
No problem xryder

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