I've been thinking about making some changes to my registry and I would like to know how to restore the registry manually should I happen to mess things up...
So far I've learned that creating a system restore point backs up the registry, but I haven't been able to find good instructions on MANUALLY restoring the registry (i.e., without using Microsoft Guided Help) - is it as simple as restoring the system to a System Restore point that was created prior to making the registry modifications you want to erase?
EDIT: I just found and read through the tutorial on using the Backup utility to back up and restore the registry located here:
I would still be interested in knowing if there is a way to restore the registry manually from a backup created using the System Restore utility... This is not an urgent question by any means, however - please treat it accordingly.
Edited by Damaru, 19 January 2008 - 06:37 AM.