sorry for the late replyOriginally posted by WhitPhil
You can also backup by doing
Start > Run > SCANREGW
And a RBnnn.cab file will be created in \windows\sysbckup
Just out of curiousity, why do you want to take a copy of the registry to a floppy?
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