Tip 1: How to make a registry file

registry Windows, actually representing a hierarchical database, is an integral and important part of this operating system.It stores configuration data most applications, components, and subsystems.To manually transfer settings or for backup purposes you may need to make a registry file that contains a copy of data of one of its branches or the entire registry entirely.
you need
  • - Registry Editor Windows.
Open dialog to launch applications.To do this, click on the "Start" button, located on the taskbar.Then click on the item "Run" pop-up menu.
If the menu displayed after clicking on the button "Start" does not contain the item "Run", add it.Click on the "Start" button, right-click and select "Properties" context menu.In the dialog that appears, click the "Start Menu."Click "Customize ...".Another dialog is displayed.In the "Advanced Options Start menu" of this dialogue select item "Display command Execution."Click OK on both open dialogs.
Start Registry Editor Windows.I
n the dialog "Run" in the "Open" line, type regedit.Click OK.
Locate the registry key based on the data of which will create a registry file.If the path to the registry key is accurately known, go to it, consistently turning a tree branch corresponding to the parent partition.To expand the branch registry, click the mouse on the icon with the image of the cross to the left of the text signature element branches.
If you know only the name of the section, or the names and values ​​of parameters contained in it, make a search in the registry.Select from the menu "Edit" and "Find" or press Ctrl + F.Specify the search criteria in the dialog that appears.Click "Find Next."Press F3 to continue the search, if you have not found the right section.
Start export data from the registry.Select the item corresponding to the section from which data will be placed in the registry file.Right-click on the item and select "Export" from the context menu, or select the item "Export ..." "File" menu.
Make the registry file.In the displayed dialog "Export Registry File", select the directory and a file name.Click on the drop-down list "File Type."Select "registry files (* .reg)», if you want to create a file in text format with instructions for the registry editor.Select "registry hive files (*. *)" If you want to get the binary file.Click "Save".

Tip 2: How to import the file into the registry

Registry Windows operating system contains a vast amount of information and the settings required for both system and application programs.For making changes are often used files stored in a special format.The procedure for transferring the contents of the registry called "importing".
How to import the file into the registry
For distribution of any changes in the Windows registry files are used with the special extension reg.Operating system with the default settings without problems recognize this format, so the easiest way to import the contents of the reg-files - to entrust this procedure OS.Just double-click the file to import the left mouse button, and the system will pass it to the application that will do all the necessary operations.You just need to give permission to make changes to the registry by clicking the appropriate button in the dialog box that appears on the screen.
If in addition to importing it from the file contained keys and values ​​they need to be hand-editing, do it using the "Registry Editor."It is installable by default with the OS specialized program.To call it in Windows, you can use the latest versions of built-in to the main menu search field - press Win, type regedit and press press Enter.Instead of the main menu, you can do this through dialogue and launch applications - call it the key combination Win + R, then type the same command and click on OK.
After starting the "Registry Editor", expand its menu "File" and select the very first item in the list of commands - "Import".As a result, the screen will display a standard file open dialog.Locate and select the imported reg-file, click "Open", and that the import operation will be completed.Wood sections in the left side of the interface, you can go to the created branch or bush and begin editing.
Helpful Hint
sure to back up the registry before making it any change, especially for manual editing.Error or crash when such intervention can break the operating system, so it should be possible to restore the previous state of the registry from a saved copy.
Helpful Hint
Select "Register All", which is in a group of controls "Export Range" dialogue "Export Registry File" if you want to save the data of the registry and not its individual sections.


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