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agalloway

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Hi,

I constantly get computers that have windows registry hive files damaged (system32\config\ SOFTWARE; DEFAULT; SECURITY...)
fix registry errors Windows 10
I just found the "Recovery Toolbox for Registry" application, tested and it seems that it is able to fix the damaged files however, it's a paid software.

Maybe the software has a different name? I have seen a lot of recovery software resold by different names.

Does anybody know any alternatives? or a way to fix registry hive files?

Just please don't suggest regback, system restore, sfc or dism scans. regback is disabled now by default, system restore never has restore points, sfc and dism dont do anything
 

hacxx

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I used to use a software called RegRun that had a registry fix option.
It's now called UnHackMe and has a trial version with all the features...

UnHackMe 30 day trial

Also i have use System mechanic 3.5f
Check your pm box
 
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philalethes

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you can find Unhackme on crackingpatching
 
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DVDR_Dog

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Hi,

I constantly get computers that have windows registry hive files damaged (system32\config\ SOFTWARE; DEFAULT; SECURITY...)
fix registry errors Windows 10
I just found the "Recovery Toolbox for Registry" application, tested and it seems that it is able to fix the damaged files however, it's a paid software.

Maybe the software has a different name? I have seen a lot of recovery software resold by different names.

Does anybody know any alternatives? or a way to fix registry hive files?

Just please don't suggest regback, system restore, sfc or dism scans. regback is disabled now by default, system restore never has restore points, sfc and dism dont do anything
Holy F who's computers are you working on? In the 16 years I have been in retail and commercial IT I don't think I ever ran into that problem. I would tend to think it's indicative of something far more serious. Do you ever determine the root cause of all these corrupt registries?
Seems like patching up those registries is just putting a band-aid on something far more serious.
Please tell me more.
 

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