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Registry settings for this application were not copied correctly

I have used this program for years without any problems, This is a Vista machine, theprogram was 2008 so i purchased the new 2009 version, installed as adminastrater and the exact same thing, even though it said it was successfully installed.

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It was 2008-2009 thats why it said it i have a vista computer 2 mine did the same thing the version last up2 2009 2008-2009 thats why

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Get the following error message: Your registry


If you are installing this on Windows 7 or 8 you will have to contact Microsoft directly. You can use Microsoft Technet or knowledge base to try to find a solution but I have found a bunch of this same error on their site and it appears to be a major problem.
I do know that the registry error is often a mistake and the program may run correctly after you reboot. This is a serious issue with Window 7.

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I want to copy a software from a dell laptop latitude d630 to a portoge m700 laptop . how do i do it?


If you mean how do you copy an application that's installed on one computer to another so it can be used there, the short answer is "you can't". An application needs to be properly installed using the original installation program supplied. Most applications put files into many different folders and you'd have to copy all of them. Also they make entries into the Windows Registry so the application is correctly accessible. Unless you get this information too, the application probably won't run at all.

If you just want to copy the data from an application - Word documents or data from a tax program, for example - you just have to copy that from the folders where it's stored. Many applications use the My Documents folder. Others create their own folders and provide a backup or copy utility in the application. Check the help information for your program for details.

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I am using Vista Premier. My Streets & Trips


uninstall. type regedit in run. In the left pane click HKEY Local Machine. Find Software and Click. Find Streets & Trips Delete it 'All". close the box. clean your drive. Restart & reinstall

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Microsoft streets and trips 2009 registry issues on vaio p588e/r


Hi, go to the "streets.exe" file in the program folder, right-click it and go to "Properties". Click the "Compatiblity" tab and uncheck "Run this program...". Try it now. It's what I had to do.

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Help!!


It may or may not be a virus. If it is a virus, it will NOT be easy to get rid of it. Download and run (free) SuperAntiSpyware:
http://www.superantispyware.com/?tag=GOOGLE-SUPERANTISPYWARE
or similar program.
Don't get your hopes up, though. Not that SuperAntiSpyware isn't a good free program, it will find it and remove it, but the virus is so vicious that most any spyware/antvirus program can't remove all of it. There's always that one little registry entry that can't be found. So, IF it is a virus, and IF SuperAntiSpyware or similar program can't get rid of it (it comes back after being removed), don't waste any more time! You'll need to erase your hard drive (using Sure Delete or similar program) and do a clean install of the operating system...of course, after backing up your existing files up first. Be careful not to drag the virus with you.

It may also just be a recently installed (or _uninstalled_) program that is messing up the works. If so, try uninstalling that program and use another similar program.

If you recently _uninstalled_ a program, you can try a registry cleaner. I use eusing.com's registry cleaner.

After all that, you will probably have to go to start>run>type in: cmd > type in: sfc/scannow (Have your installation cd ready.) to replace any system files that may have been damaged or deleted either by the registry cleaner or other "defective" software when it was installed or removed.

Additionally, (I can't remember what it is for Vista, so this is for XP, but should be similar in Vista) go to: start>settings(classic view)control panel>administrative tools>event viewer>applications
Post back any warnings you see (in full), as there may be a specific application that is causing the problem. That "problem" application may be spyware or a third party application that is not compatible with Vista.

IF you hold down the "Ctrl" and "Alt" keys and hit the "Del" key, select "task manager" info in there may help idenify the problem process or application.
Here's the Microsoft website for problems with Windows Vista:
http://support.microsoft.com/ph/11732#tab0
Try it, it may work for you.

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Your registry settings for this application was not


Hi
My personal openion is , by using just only Registry cleaners will not solve your problem
We need to get rid of every supported file.

so suggest you for
1) Uninstall the application
2) Restart
3) Use Regsitry Cleaners
4) After successfull cleanup of regsitry go into registry for manual removal by clicking Start -> Run --> Regedit
5) Now locate HKEY_LOCAL_USER -> Software ->
Here locate the application matches with the name of MS Streets (actually i have not used this, so i am not sure about the exact name, but i am sure that you will locate it)
And DELETE that key
6) Same is for HKEY_Current_User--> Software

7) Now go into System Drive (usually C drive) and locate the programfiles -> MS Streets
(again i have not used this, so i am not sure about the exact name, but i am sure that you will locate it)
And DELETE It.
8) Now restart the system
9) Now we need to use some JUNK FILE CLEANERS for get rid of other supported files
so i suggest you to go with Tune-Up Utilities 2008 version (its trial ware for 30 Day - Fully Functional)
so from that use your JUNK FILE CLEANER
10) After successfull clean up i incist you to execute the Defragmentation process on system drive (usually C drive) so that we can close the backdoor for support files.

11) So after doing all above MAINTANANCE then try to install the application once again
If problem persists.
Please let me know, then I personally get involved with this topic

Thanks


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Microsoft Streets & Trips 2005


Maybe if enough people come together and post our opinions they'll listen. Lets get everyone with these problems to post their problems. United we stand and devided we fall

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