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right...when you import a reg file you're MERGING it..not overwriting it..it looks for keys that have the exact same n ame and it puts the old info back in to those keys only...to my knowledge...even if there was a new subkey added...then that subkey is allowed to stay...but the other's just get modified to the old value
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Hmm, ok then, my bad... Good to know :whistling:
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Dear All,
This is Akash. After long time i m here. Anyway My buddies, I am in problem about regedit. When i pur the commean "regedit" in run box. It doesn't come. It shows a msg window like disable by administrator. Now Can anyone hlep me ? How could i use regedit ?

Thanks ..waiting for all of your prompt reply with solution.
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akash (or ankush patel?) please start your own thread
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