How do I restory my registry need help ASAP!!!

I have a back up copy of my registyr in my documents.

I manuly was removing entries from a program and I guess I deleted on I should not.

I get an error message that says put my windows XP cd n and press r on the first screen for repair.

From the repair console.. how do I restory my back up registry so my computer will boot please?

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If you boot up, press F8 for the start up menu, and then select Last Known Good Configuration, you previous registry settings should be restored.
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Oh MAN!  Steve beat me to it.....LOL.  His link will work too.
mrchaos101Author Commented:

Lesson Learned :)

now to hack at the registyr again being more careful

Steve thanks a big one!
Glad to help, and good luck!
Registries are fun.  Played with many a registry myself.....and learned how to RELOAD Windows with an expertise unsurpassed by even the likes of Steve here as a result.  lol.

Only way you learn is to mess around with it.  :)

I agree James, reg hacking is fun LOL
break it and fix it is how I learned *grin*
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