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 9  Chapter 4: Diagnosing and Troubleshooting in the Windows OS

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Troubleshooting Registry Problems

The Registry is so important to Windows that it cannot live without it. When registry gets corrupted Windows is dead. Wrong entries in the registry database can make Windows behave unpredictably, make it crash often or even make it stop working. Applications also store their data there so the same for them.

Since the registry is so important, some backups are being made automatically and hopefully you can restore a backup.

How do you know there is something wrong with the registry? Besides when you get a message that registry is corrupted or it has some weird error, you can suspect if Windows plays a very strange malfunction in the GUI such as for example, the Start button is missing

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