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I can't export my Registry.

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#1 Elvino


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Posted 07 February 2010 - 07:24 PM

My first computer was a spectrum 48K... My actual computer is a Pentium III 800 and it still runs well as I use to keeping it clean of junk files and other staff. It is a XP Pro and it has only 512 Mb of memory.

Now I have a problem and would like to have your help. I cannot back up the registry.
When I try to export it it says (translated from portuguese) "It is not possible to export (file name...). Error writing the file. It may exist an error in the disc or in the file system".

I am affread of needing a back up of it soon and I cannot make one now to rest in peace...

Please help. Thank you
Elvino - Portugal

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#2 Budapest


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Posted 07 February 2010 - 07:43 PM

I use ERUNT to backup my registry.
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