|Wahine - re #9|
Quite true, but I assumed (wrongly perhaps) that porphyry5 wanted to restore a registry NOW to cure some issue or other.
All I was therefore trying to say is that if ERUNT is installed on a machine with a problem, then initially the only registry you can save/restore is a dud. ERUNT can only help in the future when when the machine has been fixed and you then have good working registry saves available.
ERUNT is a great program and has got me around many problems. I save good registries frequently, especially after changes. In with the saves I keep a note of the installed state and dates, so I know what programs might need re-installing if I restore a saved registry. Where possible it is best to try and match the installed state of the machine to the registry you intend to restore.
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