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Registry Blunder

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I think that I have inadvertantly removed a key from my XP Home Registry. I had not realised this until I tried to reinstall the software for my network card, a Belkin Wireless Pre-N Notebook Netwok Card on my laptop. The softwar had only reached the Installer section of installation when up popped a box asking me to verify the validity of the Transform(s) in the registry. This was followed by a very long number! When I clicked the OK button, everything whizzed off the monitor! Since I do not know how to verify this Transform(s) I would appreciate any assistance enabling me to install my software and get my network up and running again. Thanks to all in anticipation.

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have you tried using system restore to restore to a time before your little mishap?
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