With the partial information furnished by you the question has been answered as best as possible by Brink.
If you want a more detailed answer then please answer the queries that Brink made in his reply. This is what he said that needs a reply from you, "It depends on what you deleted (ex: key, value, data, etc...), but it usually means that say not all of the subkeys were deleted in a key you deleted if it was a key you deleted."
Quote: Originally Posted by sle3pingz
simple said , is that mean ... that registry is failed deleted right? i don't want delete that reg