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Viewing Old Registry File

I am trying to view a registry file from my old computer on my new computer. Specifically, I am trying to get a registry key from Dreamweaver.

I tried regedit on the old file, but this seems to want to load all the old keys into my current registry file.

I guess what I need is a simple registry viewer, something that will show me the content of the old registry file without actually loading them into my current computer.

Any ideas?
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sypder
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DoTheDEW335Commented:
Are you trying to view the whole hive or just a .reg file?
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sypderAuthor Commented:
I did not do an export, so I do not think I have a .reg file. What I do have is a file called Software in system32/config folder.
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sypderAuthor Commented:
The program DoTheDEW335 gave is great.

I have one followup question, I am trying to get to:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Macromedia\Common\2004\Sites but via my system32/config folder I can seem to find this. I think I am just looking in the wrong place.

Is this not in the Software file?
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sypderAuthor Commented:
Nevermind, I found it. It was in

Documents and Settings\<user name>\Ntuser.dat
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JimsZCommented:
I would imagine keys, etc would be under hkey_local_)machine and not hkey_current_user
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DoTheDEW335Commented:
Sorry I didn't get back to you, I have been quite busy since my lunch break. Glad you got it figured out. Thanks for the pointS!
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