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How to Backup registry

Make sure before modifying your system Registry that you back it up. The Registry contains all information about how your system runs. This backup will help you to restore the Registry in case any problem occurs after modifying.
You can backup the whole Registry and\or Registry subkeys.
Click Start type regedit in Run box and click Ok.
Here you can export the whole Registry or you can locate the required subkeys that contain the information that you want to edit.
Go to File--menu-- option then click on Export to create backup. Save it on any system drive with the .reg extension. You can restore this backup by going to File-- menu and using import option.

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This issue is caused by the DelFin Media Viewer.

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