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No Such Interface Supported - Message When Accessing Personalization
I uninstall MSXML 4.0 SP3 Parser and clean half of it registry and now every time I click personalization the error message come up. those stuffs with cmd is not working since I believe my registry is not broken but deleted. I can't restore it.
this message so far only occur when I click 'Screen Resolution' and 'Personalization' from desktop. but then, some click-able thing became unresponsive, such as the dialog box from IDM, when I clicked 'open in folder' it would usually open, but now it's not. and when I tried to create a new user, I can't. I click the button but it just not working.
Please help me? other than reinstalling windows, or maybe there's a certain way to copy registry from another laptop? Thank you.
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|08 Feb 2012||#2|
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Altering the registry is a very dangerous strategy to fix your computer. You should always either backup your registry first using Registry - Backup and Restore or create a system restore point using System Restore Point - Create. Do you have a restore point available to restore to? Use System Restore, and pay close attention to OPTION ONE part 8 and the NOTE: contained within.
Otherwise, the only option is to do a Repair Install of Windows 7 or Clean Install Windows 7 because you cannot transfer registry entries from one computer to another because the two computers will have different software/Windows configurations.
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