i would probably just reinstall wondoze
As far as I remember the Windows registry is kept in several files inside c:\windows or c:\windows\system (don't know the exact names). So you can probably edit them manually from Linux or if they are in some binary form use Wine's registry editor.
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there must be a form of doing so as there is a linux live cd that can wipe administrator passwords and other such user account settings. I'll try and find the live-cd distro and they may have info on how they edit the registry
 Found it. It apparently is an alomost fully-fledged registry editor as well. I've only used it to reset passwords
Last edited by regomodo; March 25th, 2008 at 03:49 PM.
Is this for enhancing your E-peen?
If you have a second windows computer with a different IP address you can connect to a network registry. it is in the file menu of regedit. I have done this across a VPN from South Florida to a computer in Tennessee. I don't know if regedit in wine can do this because i don't have it installed.
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this is a very good registry editor, it might run with wine?? it's about 100 times faster then regedit.
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