On Fri, 13 Jul 2001 21:58:57 -0400 Jack R Payton <[log in to unmask]>
> > If I remember correctly, Win98 keeps two sets of Registry files,
> system.dat and user.dat, along with system.bak and user.bak. If
> Win98 finds a problem with the *.dat files, when it says,"
> Windows will repair the system registry for you," it replaces the
> *.dat files with the *.bak files. If the *.bak files were backed up
> from corrupt *.dat files, or the same problem corrupts the *.bak
> files, you get into a vicious circle.
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> jack payton
In Win98, does scanreg/fix do anything different from Registry Checker in
Tools, Microsoft System Information? Do these do anything different from
In other words, if, say, run scanreg/fix, does it do any good to run the
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