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DELETED REGISTRY FILES, SOME PROGRAMS STOPPED WORKING!PLEASE HELP

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I somehow lost registry files,most of my programs still work,however,some don't and of course "Restore to an earlier point" is one of the programs that doesn't. Should I use a recovery disk (Windows XP) to recover lost registry files or is there another way? I also never received a recovery disk from Toshiba,everything was pre-installed.I called Toshiba and explained my situation,they said I should have received the disk when I purchased my laptop,however,I explained I didn't and they said they would send it to me free of charge.Please help me out if you can.
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Try using the instructions here from Microsoft .. I know you are able to boot but this will allow you to return your registry files

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