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       #51

    You folks are simply wonderful for using your own time helping people with their technical problems. Kudos to you folks.
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  2. Tekkie Boy's Avatar
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       #52

    Hello again,

    Do you still have the LucyDog folder with the Farbar Recovery Scan Tool on your desktop?
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  3. Posts : 41
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       #53

    Yes I do.
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  4. Tekkie Boy's Avatar
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       #54

    Okay.

    Please download this Fixlist.txt and copy them in the folder to the Farbar Tool.

    When done, start the Farbar Tool as Administrator again.

    It could be that the tool is being updated.

    If this is the case, the tool will restart itself.

    Then click the Fix button.When the fix is applied, a new Fixlog.txt is created on the desktop.

    Please upload the Fixlog.txt here.
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  6. Tekkie Boy's Avatar
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       #56

    Unfortunately it doesn't work the way I want it to.We have to go another way.

    Download this Package:
    WeTransfer

    Save the "PowerRun" folder in the root directory from drive c.

    Repair install for win 10 failing-screenshot-2021-04-08-105224.png

    Then open the folder and start the "PowerRun_x64.exe" as Administrator.
    Click on here on "yes":

    Repair install for win 10 failing-screenshot-2021-04-08-195010.png
    After that make a double click on the "%systemroot%\regedit.exe" entry to start the registry editor.

    Repair install for win 10 failing-screenshot-2021-04-08-105057.png

    In the registry editor click on "File" and then "Import":

    Repair install for win 10 failing-screenshot-2021-04-08-105135.png

    Click on "Ok" at the message:

    Repair install for win 10 failing-screenshot-2021-04-08-105156.png

    Navigate then to "PowerRun" Folder in the root directory from drive c.

    Repair install for win 10 failing-screenshot-2021-04-08-104857.png

    Then open the folder and make a double click on the "Regbak" file to import the file.

    You should see the following window:

    Repair install for win 10 failing-screenshot-2021-04-08-105258.png

    When done, give me a feedback.


    Edit:
    somehow the pictures had been lost. I hope they are now visible to you.
    Last edited by Tekkie Boy; 1 Week Ago at 13:58.
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  7. Posts : 41
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       #57

    When I click on file and import in the reg editor I get the message "Location not available" In the editor there is a regback file do I merge that ?
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  8. Tekkie Boy's Avatar
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       #58

    Look at the pictures.

    In that case you have to click on Ok.

    If you can't see all the pictures, reload the website.
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       #59

    when I double click the rebak file in thePowerun folder I get the message Cannot import the regbak file.
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  10. Tekkie Boy's Avatar
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       #60

    Okay. :/

    Close all Windows and then delete the PowerRun Folder.

    Create a new Registry Backup with the RegBak Tool on your external harddrive.

    Then go the Backup Folder and copy the "Software" Hive from the latest backup on your desktop, zip it with a Password and then upload it on wetransfer.com.

    Please send me the link for Software Hive zip Package and the password for the zip file per PM! and share it not here in the forum.
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