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Posted 13 March 2006 - 03:07 AM
There's several ways of doing this. The easiest is to learn how to use the recovery console to restore your registry from a backed up copy. Also, there are various ways that you can backup your registry when editing it that will allow you to have a "one-click" option to restore the registry back to where it was before you started modifying it (it'll be mentioned in any decent book on the registry).
My preference is the Microsoft Windows Registry Guide, 2nd Edition.
Another option is an imaging tool for your hard drive - then disasters can be recovered from by restoring the hard drive.
You can install a separate copy of Windows - but this would require you to purchase another copy. You would also have to ensure that you don't mess with any of the common files or their registry entries (in particular the boot files).
You can also install a Virtual Machine and install Windows on it (once again, requiring you to purchase another copy)
Posted 13 March 2006 - 04:07 PM
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