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how to delete/undo registry entry/file


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I added a file name removetaskbar.reg to the registry and I wqant to know how to take it out because the only effect it took was now I can right click on my taskbar so I want to get rid of this registry.


EDIT: I didnt know which section to put this obviously, sorry.

Edited by chadillac, 29 March 2009 - 01:42 PM.

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Change the .reg extension to .txt, open the file with note pad , you'll see where the change was done.
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Change the .reg extension to .txt, open the file with note pad , you'll see where the change was done.


all that does is create a seperate file that is a txt file. the reg file is still there.
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open the .txt file
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