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Looking for a good registry editor

Posted on 2010-09-14
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I need a tool that I can search for a particular product, say Mcafee and it will find all the instances of Mcafee and allow me to delete them at once.

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Question by:rdefino
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by:myhc
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don't think your going to do it like that. I would

1. use regedit to find all records, Exporting them as I go.
2. merge exported data and add the "-" to the front od the key to remove it. (for every key)
3. Save and run file.

this will import the changes and remove all keys. you can then run this script again and again on any PC
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TimAllan earned 250 total points
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RegScanner is able to do that : http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/regscanner.html
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by:subhamd
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may use tune up utilities 2009
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Nice work. Thanks
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