|OMG people. It doensn't MATTER what the .REG file does or doesn't do. Nor does it matter what the .reg file is for, or if it is legal, or if the product it relates to licensed, freeware, shareware, trialware, or piratedware... It's throwing an error and thats all that matters. The purpose or validity of the .reg file is irrelevant and this is not the forum to dispute that. Stick to the topic if you can assist or do not post a reply here.|
Now, back to the topic. .reg files that throw that error do so because the path in the lines of the reg file that start with [HKEY_ ... lines of the .reg file don't match up to the location they need to be imported to on the destination machine. odds are unless you know how to match them up you probably wont be able to get that .reg to work.
for example. your .reg may say
when it should say..
During the export the .reg file didnt capture the entire line for some reason. Hence your error. The reason it says 'access denied' is because the location in your .reg file does not exist.
Once your .reg file is updated to match the correct locations in the registry on your current computer, you should be able to simply double click the whateverfilename.reg file and it will import the reg settings to your computer. best of luck.