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i need to add a key to the registry but how?
only add a key and assign its value, folder exists.

i tried using shell to open a .reg file but it didnt work
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check GetSetting, SaveSetting, DeleteSetting & GetAllSettings in MSDN. these r only good if u want to create/edit keys under specific folder.

if u want to have complete control on registry, use arregistry.dll from http://www.sevillaonline.com/ActiveX/ARRegistry.htm (it is free)
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