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Registry I tried in safe mode to open registry up and it still dosent open.

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  • dom1100 Feb 25, 2009

    Still nothing.

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Click on Start, then click on Run. When the run window opens, type 'regedit' without the quotes and click OK.

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  • George Miller
    George Miller Feb 25, 2009

    What tpe of compoter and what operating system do you have. Also, what is the root problem that you need to get into the registry to repair/remove?

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