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ruthan

How to disable boot restore form registry..

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Hello,
i dont remember this feature than in the day, but know even with clean installation during boot i sometime got message that setting were restored from registry and some deleted icons from desktop are back, device manager settings is reverted etc.. Is possible disable with feature?

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The system detected a corrupt Registry or INI File and restored the last known good set.

You could remove SCANREG.EXE to prevent this at your own risk.

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You could remove SCANREG.EXE to prevent this at your own risk.

    Remove it from where? 
Own risk.. its funnny i think is sideeffect of your patches, or in theoretically mistake it their use..

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It is in the Windows Folder. You could have checked the major Folders.

My Patches have nothing to do with this. If anything the /M Option lets you have a bigger Registry than without it.

The RAM, nVidia and SATA Patches are essential Boot Patches. If you fail to Install them, your computer won't boot.

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