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Repetitive Registry Problem

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by cyber19583, Jan 1, 2002.

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  1. cyber19583

    cyber19583 Thread Starter

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    On a Win95 o/s, i have repeatedly tried to install win95 on a reformated system. The install goes well but a system registry windows "always" pops up. The windows reads basically as follows: system registry problem...close programs...restart windows...registry will reinitialize

    Upon restarting, the windows more than not, does not disappear
    (it simply continues to re-loop over and over)

    (What to do ( Anyone!! Everyone!! )

    Thanks, with a STAR
     
  2. Mosaic1

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  3. deanas

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    I've never had any luck with this either.
    The only thing that worked for me was going
    into dos and manually restoring the registry.
    repost if you'd like to try this.
     
  4. cyber19583

    cyber19583 Thread Starter

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    to Deanas: kindly inform on how to fix registry problem by way of DOS ( manually)
     
  5. Rollin' Rog

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    There is no registry to restore on a newly formatted system. And in Win 95 your only choices would be the last successful registry or the first.

    Have you tested the ram?
     
  6. deanas

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    Like Rollin Rog said this is best before
    reformating and installing but maybe
    it's still there.
     

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