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How To Make Backup Of Your Registry In Windows

Had you ever forget to make the backup of the registry before making some
changes in it, which led to system crash? Every time you need to make changes to
your registry, you should make a backup as a precaution. Making a backup is very
important and helps the user when he wants to restore the changes he made.

Exporting – Making a Backup

In order to backup your registry, follow  these simple steps:

In Windows 7 / Vista: Open Start menu, type
regedit in Start Search and click OK.

In Windows XP: Open Start menu, click Run,
type regedit and select OK.

In Registry Editor go to the File Menu and select Export.

Under the export range select All.

Put an appropriate file name and save as file type Registration

Importing – Restoring the Registry

In Registry Editor go to the File Menu and select Import.

Now select the registry file(backup) that you made(using above procedure) and
it will recover your settings that were before you made changes in the registry.

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By Swatantra Kumar

Swatantra is an Open Source evangelist, a technologist and researcher. Professionally, he does software development, software architecture, server administration and project management. When he's not writing software, he enjoys building web entities and servers, reading about and working with new technologies, and trying to get his friends to make the move to open source software. He's written, co-written and published many articles in international journals, on various domains/topics including Open Source, Networks, Computer Organization, Mobile Technologies, and Business Intelligence. He made a proposal for an information management system at University level during graduation days.

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