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void WriteContextMenu(LPSTR key, LPSTR value) { HKEY hkey=0; DWORD disp; if(RegCreateKeyEx(HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT, key, 0, NULL, REP_OPTION_NON_VOLATILE, KEY_WRITE,NULL, &hkey, &disp)!=ERROR_SUCCESS) { if(RegOpenKey(HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT,key,&hkey)!=ERROR_SUCCESS) { cout<<"Unable to open Registry"<<key; } ...


WirelessKeyView can access external Windows/Registry files. If you can mount the old drive, that's the easiest way. If not, and you have the registry hive file, you simply need to recreate the directory layout. Place the software hive in C:\RandomDirectory\System32\Config\Software and point WirelessKeyView to C:\RandoomDirectory\ and it should work.


It seems you have made a mistake. Deleting your only profile is risky. If I were you, if you want your computer back, run the Windows Repair/Recovery disc that came with the computer. Go to BIOS and set it to boot from your CD Drive: this will bring you to a menu where you can either try to repair Windows , or completely re-install it.

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