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    I would like to try optimise my computer with tweak xp.
    But as i'm not a geek, I would like if it's possible to make a copy on cd or something of my registery in case it turns bad.
    Could someone tell me if and how a such operation is posssible?
    Thanks in advance. B)

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    in regedit - file menu - export, save to wherever

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    Thanks. & then in case I want to replace it, could you tell me in wich folder?

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    simply double clicking the .reg that is created will restore all of your reg settings

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    Thanks a lot!

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    How often should you make a backup of your registry ? I know its a dimb question..

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    Originally posted by ricochet@3 August 2003 - 21:29
    How often should you make a backup of your registry ? I know its a dimb question..
    i do it before every major install

    e.g. before i install a new game, new piece of software...

    not for everything, just the larger pieces of software
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    It&#39;s not really necessary unless you mess with it a lot.

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