Registry - "Unable to Delete all specific values."

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    Registry - "Unable to Delete all specific values."


    I want ask a weird Question ... sorry if i post at wrong threads ...
    when i open regedit , i suddenly delete the wrong registry i want to delete , and appear this message "Unable to Delete all specific values." is that mean that registry not deleted right? is that mean that registry is safe? not intentionally want delete that registry ... and afraid if that registry been deleted ...
    Last edited by Brink; 15 May 2012 at 22:01. Reason: Moved off topic question to new thread
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  2. Posts : 72,199
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    Hello sle3pingz,

    I moved your post here as a new thread since it had nothing to do with the tutorial you posted it in.

    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.

    You could do a system restore using a restore point dated before you did this to restore the registry back to how it was when the restore point was created though.
    Last edited by Brink; 15 May 2012 at 23:05.
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  3. Posts : 1,167
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       #3

    Or if the computer is working fine then just let it be. Of course many times the result of one's action of editing the Registry may occur days later.

    My main question is that why were you wanting to edit the Registry manually?
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  4. Posts : 225
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    Thread Starter
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    i don't want delete the registry, it's accident, i don't know my registry is been deleted or not, when i wrong press the delete key appear that message "Unable to Delete all specific values." how about that reg? been deleted or not because of that error message?
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  5. Posts : 225
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       #5

    simple said , is that mean ... that registry is failed deleted right? i don't want delete that reg
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  6. Posts : 1
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    Another option is the power button. On F8, select last known good configuration.
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  7. Posts : 1,167
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       #7

    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."


    sle3pingz said:
    simple said , is that mean ... that registry is failed deleted right? i don't want delete that reg
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  8. Posts : 14,606
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    to me the error message suggests that some of the registry values were deleted but not all, as it was a mistake then roll back the computer to the point before you deleted the registry key.
    using system restore.

    here is a tutorial how to do that...

    System Restore - Windows 7 Forums
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  9. Posts : 225
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    Brink said:
    Hello sle3pingz,

    I moved your post here as a new thread since it had nothing to do with the tutorial you posted it in.

    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.

    You could do a system restore using a restore point dated before you did this to restore the registry back to how it was when the restore point was created though.
    i have that export registry , when i right click edit

    it's like this, anyone have this registry? try export and see the result it's same with my export?

    Code:
     
    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
     
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{553858A7-4922-4e7e-B1C1-97140C1C16EF}]
    @="IE Component Categories cache daemon"
     
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{553858A7-4922-4e7e-B1C1-97140C1C16EF}\InProcServer32]
    @="C:\\Windows\\System32\\ieframe.dll"
    "ThreadingModel"="Apartment"
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  10. Posts : 72,199
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
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    That's all I have for the {553858A7-4922-4e7e-B1C1-97140C1C16EF} key as well.
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