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Windows 7: Problem when using ERUNT to restore Windows 7 registry:

02 Jul 2012   #31
meelectric

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

EDIT to above
Just remember if you download and use the ERDNTUV1bat file it is at your own risk, this is BETA Version 1.
It has an incorrect link that used to be OK, one of the reasons to fix it.
You can be taken stright to Lar's web site to download his latest ERUNT 1.1j

Notes are for my own usage to remind me what still needs doing, just got to get toit.


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02 Jul 2012   #32
meelectric

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

It's Win 7, Ultimate at 64bits

Glad you got the file.
Let me know what you think after you have a fiddle with it.
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03 Jul 2012   #33
zdoe

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by meelectric View Post
It's Win 7, Ultimate at 64bits

Glad you got the file.
Let me know what you think after you have a fiddle with it.
kewl - shall do.
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03 Jul 2012   #34
SledgeDG

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by meelectric View Post
I am prepared to send my batch file to whoever wants to help me with this but I ran into a problem where bat files or exe files are seen as a virus if you try and email them, anyone got any answers for a fix for this?
That's an old problem resulting from outdated attempts to cut down on virus infections through mail simply by blocking certain extensions altogether.
The easiest "workaround" I know would be to pack the file in question in any kind of archive with 7-zip, winzip, Winrar etc. (For obvious reasons don't create SFX files
That way your file isn't considered an executable anymore and passes the "file inspection"

-DG
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06 Jul 2012   #35
meelectric

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SledgeDG View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by meelectric View Post
I am prepared to send my batch file to whoever wants to help me with this but I ran into a problem where bat files or exe files are seen as a virus if you try and email them, anyone got any answers for a fix for this?
That's an old problem resulting from outdated attempts to cut down on virus infections through mail simply by blocking certain extensions altogether.
The easiest "workaround" I know would be to pack the file in question in any kind of archive with 7-zip, winzip, Winrar etc. (For obvious reasons don't create SFX files
That way your file isn't considered an executable anymore and passes the "file inspection"

-DG
Thanks DG,
Yep, I was real lucky, it seems this forum has no problems in uploading a BAT file, if you go up a bit you will see I have managed to send it as an attatchment.
I have never been able to do this before so I'm very pleased.

Thanks for your input and 4 give me for my late reply, I have been a bit busy here.
Jim
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09 Jul 2012   #36
SledgeDG

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

Correct, you didn't have a problem attaching your BAT file because in that case you had to deal with the board software.
The blocking of certain file extension almost exclusively happens in certain email programs like Outlook. So if you ever have to email those files simply zip them up

-DG
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