Where is the registry stored in Windows XP?

Answer The Windows XP registry is a database that stores all Windows settings and installed programs. The registry exists as hidden file USER.DAT under the \Documents and Settings\{username} directory and... Read More »

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Where Is the Windows Registry Stored?

Different versions of Windows store their registry files in different locations. Windows 95 stores the registry files in C:\Windows folder. In computers using the Windows NT platform, the registry ... Read More »

Where are Windows Registry files stored?

Windows registry files are stored in the Windows System32 folder. The full path location is C:\Windows\System32\Config. You may access these files by launching the Registry Editor. Go to C:\Windows... Read More »

Where are the registry files stored?

The Windows XP registry files are located in the %systemroot%/system32/config directory where "%systemroot%" is WINDOWS or WINNT. In the registry, there are hives that connect to several files cont... Read More »

Where are registry files stored in XP?

The registry files for Windows XP are stored in a folder located at C:\Windows\System32\Config. The registry can also be edited by clicking "Start," then "Run" and typing in "regedit." This will ... Read More »