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Broke windows register and PC boots but nothing

I edited the windows register but now laptop boots but nothing works, (mouse keyboard etc)

Is there any way to restore previous register.

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  • treese147 Dec 12, 2009

    I did back up register but not sure of a method that will allow me to re-edit or restore backup of register.

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Use Regeasy Cleaner(15-day trial) or Registry Easy 5.6 forWindows(15-day trial) to clean the errors & invalid entries causesystem slow, freezing and crashing, and repair registry problems tospeedup your computer performances. Download it at following links:
http://www.versionhunter.com/windows/System/System_Miscellaneous/regeasy-cleaner.html

http://www.versionhunter.com/windows/Tweak/Registry_Tweak/registry-easy-56-for-windows.html

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Did you back up the registry 1st if not you going to have to reinstal operating system

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  • Mike Dec 12, 2009

    yes if you can type regedit in the run command window yhen go to options at the top of regedit window hit import or restore and navigate to the backup file or if you used a 3rd part registry editor use it to restore or use system restore and restore machine to a date befor you edited the registry ......in future their is a program called registry clean expert v4.66 (is one of the few registry programs that work with vista or windows 7 most registry programs in vista or windows 7 do a continous loop and don.t fix the registry corectly but this program does wonders)

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