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Posted on Feb 25, 2014 in PC Maintenance, Troubleshoot Windows | 0 comments

Using the Registry Editor (Regedit)

Occasionally when troubleshooting your PC or a specific program, you will be called upon to edit the registry. Perhaps you are following a troubleshooting guide published by Microsoft, or need to change some keys in order to get a legacy game or program working. Whatever the reason, you should always exercise caution when editing the registry. Do not change any registry keys unless specifically instructed to do so. It is a good idea to create a system restore point before starting too.

Please exercise caution when following this tutorial!

Incorrectly editing or tampering with your PCs registry can have catastrophic effects on your operating system. Edit the registry only as instructed by the troubleshooting guide you are following.

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