How often does Windows 95 make a backup copy of the registry?

Answer Windows 95 makes a backup copy of the registry every time a user successfully logs into Windows. The two registry files, system.dat and user.dat, are copied to their respective backup files, system... Read More »

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Where are the backup registry files located in Windows 98SE?

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How to Copy a Windows XP Registry From One Drive to Another?

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