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i accidently deleted some registry hklu/softwares/... and from hklm/softwares/ and now my computer is unable to boot, please tell me how to recover it, can i recover those registry files?
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Turn on the computer
When you see the BIOS selection key start tapping F8.
You will enter the Advanced Boot Options Screen below:
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Use the cursor to highlight Last Known Good Configuration (advanced)
Then press Enter

Let me know if it boots into Windows.

Also tell me the version of windows (XP, Vista, or Windows 7) and if it is 32 or 64 bit.
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