How to increase registry space for Window 2000 Professional?

Posted on 2004-10-22
Last Modified: 2010-04-12
 I started to having an windows message at the startup of the computer saying that ---
my windows registry space is too small, and it suggests that I increase the registry space. I am not familiar with increasing the registry space.
I would appreciate some advise as to how I increase the registry space for Windows 2000 Professional..

Question by:_Esam
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    Accepted Solution


    Go to Control Panel -System /Advanced / Performance Options / Change - Registry size is at the bottom - Post back if this helps correct your issue,

    Deb :))

    Author Comment

    Hi Deb,
     Just to make sure...before I change it..
     Currently the registry space size is 30 MB, the maximum is 31 MB..
     What should I set the maximum size of the registry for..suggestion?
     50 MB ok?


    Author Comment

    I set it for 50 MB for now..
    I will restart the computer, and get back to you to let you know..


    Author Comment

    It worked.
    I didn't get the message that I was getting at the startups..


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