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Hi..

 

Did you reformat and re-install Win 7 in between saving the backup and trying to restore the backup ?

 

If you create a copy of the backup *.reg file, and rename it as *.txt, you can attach *.txt to your reply,

and that would give a clue upon what part of the registry has the problem.

 

Alan

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Hi..

 

Did you reformat and re-install Win 7 in between saving the backup and trying to restore the backup ?

 

If you create a copy of the backup *.reg file, and rename it as *.txt, you can attach *.txt to your reply,

and that would give a clue upon what part of the registry has the problem.

 

Alan

 

No reg files are created after all was reinstalled..

It could be issue with "win 7 admin rights" but I am admin.. logged in as XXXXX/admin

I did not try in safe mode or by "taking ownership"...

I have 4 of them and none can be restored

 

Regards

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It seems also that the same rigistry deleted once are again there at nex PC reboot..

I am afraid that CCleaner seems not to be able to delete or restore in regedit..

 

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It could be issue with "win 7 admin rights" but I am admin.. logged in as XXXXX/admin

 

IS not the same thing as run a Admin

 

You need to use UAC and accept running with admin privilages

 

try to run

 

regedit.exe and do file import

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IS not the same thing as run a Admin

 

You need to use UAC and accept running with admin privilages

 

try to run

 

regedit.exe and do file import

 

Well UAC is killed as soon as I installed Win 7

I can restore in Safe Mode..

I am running with admin privileges..

 

Import in regedit gives same error..

 

Only way to avoid is to "take ownership"

 

Regards

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