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Regedit I'm having a problem with windows xp. The reedit is not working and I have been told the the only way to fix this is to back everything up on my computor and reinstall everything. Is here a way around this?

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You can refresh current installation without deleting old one although I'd back up important files even for that operation too, just in case.

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Select the first option.
Then again, follow the instructions on your screen and again the computer will ask you three options.
This time select the second one -- Attempt to repair the computer (Press R).

This should start the automated repair process. This has been observed to work most of the time, but in a few rare cases it doesn't work. So I suggest you try it if you have the patience. ;-)

Good Luck.

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