You should read these troubleshooting tips if you see an error message for the regedit slave drive on your computer. Open Regedit (Start – Manage – Regedit)Click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.Click File -> Load Hive.Access the subordinate files windows system32 config.Select system or software file (no file extension)Enter your temporary name and click “Open”.Apply the fixes or even find the KEYS you want.
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I would like to know how to change the registry of a Windows-Exp 64bit hard drive which is subordinate in a specific Windows XP 32bit system.
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You cannot edit an operating system computer if it is not activated … I guess I tried (just see if this is possible) early last year.
The only registry files you should see are the open system operating system.
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