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I was trying to uninstall Logitech software, and got no help. I search the registry for "Logitech," but since Bill Gates and co. don't like any users to ever have a clean and easy-to-use computer who's files do not corrupt all by themselves, the "find" feature showed only one entry at a time, and showed things other then those which have been "found". So, expecting the software to actually work reasonably,I deleted every entry which showed up (at first). The relevant entries were always the only other key before the one found by the Logitech search. The Logitch-reletaed key always had a value of a location under "Documents and Settings". There were always 2 entries, and the bottom entry always had a value of xxxxx_packagex86_xxxxxxx.xxxx . I need to figure out what these keys are and restore them (if nessecary) before I restart my computer.


Edited by mewgirl, 04 July 2010 - 12:29 AM.

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You cannot restore deleted registry keys or data unless you previously made a backup of those keys or the entire registry. And the "find" tool in the Registry Editor only finds one item at a time -- that's normal behaviour.

You shouldn't mess with the registry after uninstalling software - it's unecessary and risky!
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Duplicated topic from HERE
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