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What is windows regestiry coruppted?

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Windows uses the registry to read all its settings. Most of these settings are wrote in binary form.

If the registry is corrupt you need to re-install the program that is showing you the message that it is corrupt. If you can't turn on your computer because it says corrupt, you need to re-install windows

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