How to edit registry without boot

October 9, 2005 at 22:03:47
Specs: XP, 512

I have two hardisks installed on my PC both have win XP installed.I want to edit the registry of the second disk/XP without booting to it.When i tried to edit the same by browsing the exact physical path of the registry, it always opens the registry of the first disk/XP.HOw can i do the same.

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#1
October 10, 2005 at 00:21:13

Aren't all drives listed into the same registry? I mean the registry instructs the programming where to find all the parts to the programming and it doesn't matter if you have ten drives they all have their information listed into "THEE" registry, don't they?

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#2
October 10, 2005 at 00:21:28

sudhir, so long as one's master and the other's slave, they'll get along fine, but the active registry is that of the master. In order to edit the slave, it will have to become master. Otherwise, it won't get read. Too confusing.
HTH.
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#3
October 10, 2005 at 01:04:02

Hi FJ,
Thankx for ur reply .Basically they are two diff. harddisks and with two OS each on on of them.so they dont have each other drive information listed.Any idea how to crack that.

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#4
October 10, 2005 at 05:37:22

You can't access one Registry from another OS.

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#5
October 10, 2005 at 09:51:17

Run regedit. go to the file menu. See if you have "Connect Network Registry"

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#6
October 10, 2005 at 12:30:01

Go to this pageand read it using the left section to guide you as you go. You may be able to get it working from there.

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#7
November 17, 2005 at 06:23:34

Hi!

You can edit other registry for other user for current Win XP (easy, but you need to have admonistrator level or to know the password to user).
Use remote registry install.

To edit registry as a file - I have search for such application for a couple of monthes ago - no ideas :-(



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