Backups of various things?


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    Backups of various things?


    hello, so i may be getting a new mobo formatting my HDD and with that i want to back up a few things....

    first id like to back up my services. id changed many of them, and want to keep them like that when i re install.
    second, id like to back up my 2 power plan options.....


    how can i back both of these up and then restore it back in windows?
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    Why not backup EVERYTHING?

    Do you get a new mobo and a new disk as well?
    Why reinstall?
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    Kaktussoft said:
    Why not backup EVERYTHING?

    Do you get a new mobo and a new disk as well?
    Why reinstall?
    i was having some issues with stutter in games, so i want to just start fresh and clean
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    Make screenshot of the powerplan or simply write it down... not that much work. Dont know where it is in registry.

    You only want to save the start type of services? Or more?
    How to Backup the Services Configuration (Startup Type) in Windows 7/XP/2003/Vista - The Winhelponline Blog
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    Kaktussoft said:
    Make screenshot of the powerplan or simply write it down... not that much work. Dont know where it is in registry.

    You only want to save the start type of services? Or more?
    How to Backup the Services Configuration (Startup Type) in Windows 7/XP/2003/Vista - The Winhelponline Blog
    the startup type, so like auto, manual, disabled etc....
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    See attached bat file. Run it. It will create a bat file in same folder (you can display it in notepad) . Is that what you mean?

    Make a backup of that file and run it from elevated command prompt after reinstall
    Backups of various things? Attached Files
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    for power plan settings: these can be exported and later imported
    Power plan by registry - Windows 7 - MSFN Forum
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    awesome thanks dudes!
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