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I am creating a Batch file to remove some keys from the registery.
REGEDIT4 does not work.  It is not a valid command.  Is there a different command i can use to remove directorys from the registry?
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REGEDIT4

[-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\_blablabla]

Put the above four lines in a .txt document
Rename it as Key2remove.reg
"Copy key name" (right click) on a key in the registry
Paste it between the [ and ]
Note the minus sign just after the [
Save the .reg file
Execute :
regedit /s Key2remove.reg
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