Are there any programs which allow you to do corrupt data recovery on a Windows 7 computer?

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Yes, there are programs that allow you to do corrupt data recovery on a Windows 7 computer. You can visit http://www.programmersheaven.com/user/jacobluis/blog/4850-Resolving-Corrupt-Registry-Error-Message-in-Windows-7/ for more information

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