Solved repair a missing registry key???

July 14, 2013 at 09:29:14
Specs: Windows 7, HP 8gigsRam
Hey gang,

my computer recently had a virus that I managed to get rid of after much swearing!!!
however I must have deleted one of the registry keys on my music player (kazaa lite, I know its ancient but my music is all set up on it the way I like lol)

anyways when ever try to open Kazaa player from my desktop I get an error that says,

"the file you want to load (on the command line or in the registry string key
does not exist or is not a file"

anyone know how to fix this issue?? I don't want to remove and reinstall the program (if I can even find it anymore as its so old) as I have all my songs in the order I want and don't want to spend hours of time renaming and reorganizing

thanks a lot


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July 14, 2013 at 11:11:16
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There is no way to know what keys are changed. You can either try a system restore to a time prior to the virus, if available, or re-install the program.

Below is a link to the download.

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July 14, 2013 at 11:39:04
okay thanks a lot

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