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Windows 7: Multiple registries in one file causing lockups in RT7 Lite?

19 Apr 2016   #1

Win7 x64 & XP
Multiple registries in one file causing lockups in RT7 Lite?

I just started to try using the registry tab in RT7 Lite. I use 'Registry File Merger V1' to do so to make it easier.

It appears that either there may be a limit on how many entries that can be added, or there are conflicts, or 'clashes' with certain entries that cause the program to crash.

The other problem some don't work at all even though I have tried all of the files separately in an active W7 and they all work.

The example attached I haven't tried yet, but is similar to the last one that crashed. I have tried it before with four entries and there was no crash.

Any input of this?

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