Windows 10: Registry Editor

Discus and support Registry Editor in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; Hi, everyone. I need your help. Ive deleted something in registry editor then i dont have any backup to restore the messed ive done. I want to ask if i... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by JaysonG143, Sep 7, 2018.

  1. JaysonG143 Win User

    Registry Editor


    Hi, everyone. I need your help. Ive deleted something in registry editor then i dont have any backup to restore the messed ive done. I want to ask if i change a new os in my laptop is it possible that my registry will be newly again?


    Your response is very much appreciated.

    :)
     
    JaysonG143, Sep 7, 2018
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  2. Jefferson Ore Win User

    Registry editor

    Hi Ruben,

    Changes made using the Registry Editor can greatly affect how your system works. Should you wish to undo those changes, we suggest that you restore your system to an earlier state. To do this, simply follow the steps in this

    article
    .

    You can also find this
    article
    useful for backing up your files before making changes with your registry.

    Should you have further questions, please let us know.
     
    Jefferson Ore, Sep 7, 2018
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  3. Scanner1142 Win User
    Registry Editor Freezes !!

    I HAD TO DO A CLEAN INSTALL STARTING W/MICSOFT 7 PRO. ALSO HAD TO DO A LOT OF FINGER CROSSING!

    AND WHEN IT UPDATES IT WENT TO THE NEW VERSION OF WINDOWS 10. 1511_10586.71 INSTEAD OF THE BUILD 10586.0. 10586.0 WAS THE BUILD THAT HAD THE REGISTRY EDITOR FLAW.
     
    Scanner1142, Sep 7, 2018
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  4. Scanner1142 Win User

    Registry Editor

    Registry Editor Freezes !!

    I HAD TO DO A CLEAN INSTALL STARTING W/MICSOFT 7 PRO. ALSO HAD TO DO A LOT OF FINGER CROSSING!

    AND WHEN IT UPDATES IT WENT TO THE NEW VERSION OF WINDOWS 10. 1511_10586.71 INSTEAD OF THE BUILD 10586.0. 10586.0 WAS THE BUILD THAT HAD THE REGISTRY EDITOR FLAW.

    I have tried everything! I finally got an update to Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview Build 14257.rs1_release. 160131.1800 OS Build 14257.1000

    Since installing this Build & Version the Registry works great! This particular build is a hit as far as I can tell. No snags I have came across as of now. I do however wish Windows would let you install what programs you want & be able to uninstall the
    ones you do not want. Same thing goes for Security Updates. I have updates for Microsoft services on my system that I do not even have installed.
     
    Scanner1142, Sep 7, 2018
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