Posted 12 July 2004 - 08:24 AM
Windows 98 has a DOS program for scanning your systems registry. It is used like this: /C:>scanreg /fix Where the "fix" switch is, you can use other switches as well. Notice that there is a space between "scanreg" AND /fix.
/RESTORE Restore the registry to a specific backup
/BACKUP Backup the registry
/OPT This will remove wasted space in your Registry. Windows 98 will do this automatically when there is more than 500K of wasted space.
/COMMENT="<a comment>" This will add a specific comment to the CAB file while backing up your registry.
/FIX Fix your Registry
Sorry,but this doesn't work for Win95
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