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Repair Registry from Another windows Installtion

Posted on 2009-05-19
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I would like to edit a registry on a secondary disk/another install of windows. I.E  I have a windows installation on drive c:.  I did a fressh install on drive d:.  I would like to edit the c: registery while booted on the d: system.

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John
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What you need is an offline registry editor.
You can use this free tool: http://home.eunet.no/pnordahl/ntpasswd/
Or this: http://www.registrytool.com/ - note that this tool isn't free.
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