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In my pc only regedit not working but other commands are working in run pls help

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Look for Regedit.exe in C:\windows, if it is not there then copy from other system and paste it in above path.

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You need to be on an administrator account to run regedit.

Other than that, it could be that regedit has been disabled either by a Policy or by something nasty (e.g. a virus).

Try this:

Save the file, then run it.

Restart your computer.

Try running Regedit.

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