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Hello,

i am need a script that make the following possible.

The script must find strings inside the registry and change them. Before that it should create a backup of the registry.

I am new on AutoIt so i'm not able to so things ^^

Please help, it would be nice.

Greets

Schnuecks

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Take it one piece at a time.

1. Do you have a function that makes a reg backup yet?

2. Do you have a function that searches the registry yet?

Just work on the backup first, and if you get stuck post your code and you'll get lots of help.

:P


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Not exactly what you need but Registrar Lite has an awesome registry search tool with it, maybe you can take some ideas from it:

http://www.resplendence.com/downloads

Edited by weaponx

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Not exactly what you need but Registrar Lite has an awesome registry search tool with it, maybe you can take some ideas from it:

http://www.resplendence.com/downloads

Well, if you want to search with native AutoIt code, there's _RegSearch().

But that's still jumping the gun a bit. First get the Reg backup working correctly before you get a wholesale registry change going.

:P


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