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  1. Joined : Jul 2015
    Posts : 359
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit v10586.3
       23 Nov 2015 #11

    aksalaymeh said: View Post
    Greetings from Holly Jerusalem
    Today, I have the same problem as per image,I have followed all the suggestions of Mr. Slugger
    and even more, I reimaged my backup, ANY LUCK OF SOLUTION !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Attachment 49971
    Strange. Same results here. However, not showing as an error in Reliability Monitor. Hey MS registry system manager, what is up with this little issue?
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  2. Joined : Aug 2015
    Ontario, Can
    Posts : 125
    Windows 10-1607
       24 Nov 2015 #12

    Ache said: View Post
    If new regedit finds a long enough key, it loops as you show. Just use regedit from 10240, it don't have this bug.
    How does one get the regedit from the 10240?. Is it in the Windows.old folder?
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  3. Joined : Nov 2014
    Posts : 34
    windows 10
       26 Nov 2015 #13

    Greetings from Holly Jerusalem
    After the
    Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 (KB3120677) the issue was reoslved
    Thanks for everybody
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  4.    26 Nov 2015 #14

    KB3120677 did NOT resolve it for me.
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  5. Joined : Jun 2015
    Posts : 426
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit; Windows 10 TP
       28 Nov 2015 #15

    This issue has NOT been fixed in my system, either. Clean installed Windows 10 Pro build 10586.14, fully updated.

    I wish Brink would offer an opinion / suggestion here! I have no idea what might be causing this...
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  6. Joined : Nov 2015
    Posts : 54
    Windows 10
       28 Nov 2015 #16

    As I already write here, any long >255 chars registry key cause this in new regedit. Use regedit from 10240 instead and ask your Microsoft support to fix their bugs.
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  7. Joined : Jun 2015
    Posts : 426
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit; Windows 10 TP
       28 Nov 2015 #17

    Ache said: View Post
    As I already write here, any long >255 chars registry key cause this in new regedit. Use regedit from 10240 instead and ask your Microsoft support to fix their bugs.
    How can I "use" the Registry Editor from build 10240 in the latest Windows 10 Pro build? I do not even have build 10240 any more but IF this would fix this issue and NOT cause (add) new ones, I'd give it a try.

    I have already reported this to Windows Feedback weeks ago. IF you are referring to phone support or e-mail support from Microsoft, I have never used that all these years I am on Windows. I do not think it would make any significant difference.

    Thank you.

    PS: if you wish, elaborate a bit more on why this is happening, please, and how can we verify it / test it a bit.
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  8. Joined : Nov 2015
    Posts : 54
    Windows 10
       28 Nov 2015 #18

    1) Just copy old regedit and its MUI file from any working 10240 system to any directory (preserve subdir for MUI) and use.
    2) It happens because Microsoft broke regedit in 10586.
    3) To see this bug in action, at least one long key should be present in the registry, usually they are device named ones.
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  9. Joined : Jun 2015
    Posts : 426
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit; Windows 10 TP
       28 Nov 2015 #19

    Ache said: View Post
    1) Just copy old regedit and its MUI file from any working 10240 system to any directory (preserve subdir for MUI) and use.
    2) It happens because Microsoft broke regedit in 10586.
    3) To see this bug in action, at least one long key should be present in the registry, usually they are device named ones.
    Thank you for your reply.

    Just to fully clarify this... When I search for "regedit" in my current Windows folder, I get the following results:

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	reg.png 
Views:	14 
Size:	112.2 KB 
ID:	50835

    Can you please tell me which files exactly should I copy from build 10240, and where exactly should I paste them on the latest Windows 10 Pro build?

    When it comes to me trying this...right now I do not even have the 10240 ISO... It would require me to download it, install it, copy the regedit files and then remove it. I am not sure IF I will try this just for this stupid bug. Your answer might help other members though, or even me when and if I'll decide to perform all this...

    Thank you for your support!
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  10. Joined : Nov 2015
    Posts : 54
    Windows 10
       28 Nov 2015 #20

    regedit.exe and en-US\regedit.exe.mui should be enough.
    As popular alternative looking very similar you can try OO RegEditor
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