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Cannot Run Regedit Exe ? - How to Repair these Errors !

Author: Matt Terkovsky

For most people, it is both puzzling and annoying to receive a "cannot run regedit exe" problem, nevertheless, it's not uncommon and you can put a stop to this variety of computer hassle without much effort. Keep reading this brief tutorial; I will give you an outline of something that you can do yourself to get rid of this difficulty and other difficulties you might encounter.

You've probably become aware that windows, as is true with most programs, has its flaws; with regular use, you are likely to encounter certain problems and very frequently a corrupted registry is found to be at fault. Naturally, we're dealing with a very technical subject, but in general, registry is the area in the system where your windows program records your constant loading, unloading, and updating of various programs/hardware.

A fault installation here or a problematic removal there can generate seriously damage to your registry, beginning the annoying phase at which it is very possible to experience a "cannot run regedit exe" problem. But let me ease your worries - this can be remedied; and in addition, this is a repair you can do yourself, even in the case that you are not an expert. Let me share something with you - before taking the high-cost route of calling in professional help for assistance with this or other difficulties with your pc, the real truth of the matter is that you can make use of simple tools known as registry cleaning programs that allow you to automatically scan your entire pc's registry, identify the problem, and fix it!

So now if you run into a "cannot run regedit exe" problem, give one of these registry scanning programs a try; a large number of them offer downloads, searches, and fixes at zero cost to you. And that's not all - many technicians use these tools in their day to day computer repair work; it's the speedy and uncomplicated answer. I recommend you to download and install such tool right away, not only you'll be able to repair this problem, this utility can take care of additional trouble spots you might have and significantly speed up your pc's performance.

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  1. I.O.U.
    February 23rd, 2011 at 19:27 | #1

    How can I removed this annoying pop-up Regedit.exe-Dll initialization failed every time I make shutdown my PC?
    Regedit.exe-DLL initialization failed
    The application failed to initialized because the window station is shutting down.

  2. cain a
    February 25th, 2011 at 12:39 | #2

    How can i add an application into initial startup list by editing regedit.exe?

    • Flatron
      February 25th, 2011 at 12:48 | #3

      Hi, go to Start –> Run –> type regedit and hit enter
      In the registry, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun.
      On the right side, right click –> New –> string value and select a name for this value and enter tha path for the software you want it to be started at windows startup.

  3. Mana M
    February 25th, 2011 at 14:18 | #4

    How to fix regedit.exe and start up programs.?

    • Shaan
      February 25th, 2011 at 14:33 | #5

      Tip 1

      Download Registry Fix tool to enable disabled registry access. Click Fix Registry and your registry access is enabled immediately.

      Download here..

      Tip 2

      Following tip is extremely helpful, and usually necessary in helping to rid your computer of a viral infection, which has disabled your registry access. Many virus programs will intercept registry access, based on its original file name (regedit.exe), and prevent them from running. The alternate copies of theis file will not encounter this problem.

      Simply navigate to the C:Windows and locate regedit.exe .

      Once located rename regedit.exe to some other name (e.g. new_reg.exe) and double click the file to run.

      If you wanna edit start up programs go to run & type “msconfig” & hit enter…
      on 2nd last tab it will be start up…

  4. coolboy12
    February 25th, 2011 at 18:51 | #6

    How can I change running applications of given extension? (only by using regedit.exe)?
    For example, when you run *.txt, “notepad.exe” is executed.
    I want to change this, like “wordpad.exe” for *.txt files.
    I know I can do this in File Types tag of “Tools/Folder Option” of the window.
    But I want to know how this is stored in registry.
    How can I change this only by using “regedit”?

  5. jaaah
    February 25th, 2011 at 20:06 | #8

    I want to enable registry editing on a win 98 machine. when i try to” regedit.exe” it’s it has been disabled
    I try to edit the registry but it says “Registry editing has been disabled by the administrator”

    is there any other way of getting into the registry beside “regedit.exe”?

    • shahifaqeer
      February 25th, 2011 at 07:52 | #9

      well try this..copy n paste the following in notepad n save it as any *.vbs file, then run it.

      ‘Enable/Disable Registry Editing tools
      ‘© Doug Knox – rev 12/06/99
      ‘This code may be freely distributed/modified as long as it remains free of charge
      ‘Edited by PatheticCockroach – http://patheticcockroach.com

      Option Explicit
      ‘Declare variables
      Dim WSHShell, rr, rr2, MyBox, val, val2, ttl, toggle
      Dim jobfunc, itemtype

      On Error Resume Next

      Set WSHShell = WScript.CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
      val = “HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystemDisableRegistryTools”
      val2 = “HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystemDisableRegistryTools”
      itemtype = “REG_DWORD”
      jobfunc = “Registry Editing Tools are now ”
      ttl = “Result”

      ‘reads the registry key value.
      rr = WSHShell.RegRead (val)
      rr2 = WSHShell.RegRead (val2)

      If (rr=1 or rr2=1) Then toggle=0

      If toggle = 1 Then
      WSHShell.RegWrite val, 1, itemtype
      WSHShell.RegWrite val2, 1, itemtype
      Mybox = MsgBox(jobfunc & “disabled.”, 4096, ttl)
      WSHShell.RegDelete val
      WSHShell.RegDelete val2
      Mybox = MsgBox(jobfunc & “enabled.”, 4096, ttl)
      End If

      hope this helped..was having the same problem earlier myself..

  6. question
    February 25th, 2011 at 20:09 | #10

    How to create a boot disk for Vista to open regedit.exe?
    I want to backup my computers registry and put on a cd. I know how to do that, but I want the cd to be a startup cd, so if I boot my computer with it in the disk drive, it will run regedit, allowing me to restore the registry backup, if need be. Thats what Im not sure how to do.

    • Luke Lucario
      February 14th, 2011 at 21:39 | #11

      a program called Bart PE can do it

  7. Aaron Craterist
    February 25th, 2011 at 20:09 | #12

    i cant open regedit.exe and i cant show hidden files by the folder options also i cant go to safe mode?
    i cant open regedit.exe and i cant show hidden files by the folder options (even if i have already checked the show hidden files) also i cant go to safe mode (blue screen always shows and says there’s an error)

    what should i do to fix those three problems of mine except reformatting my computer

  8. uundar
    February 25th, 2011 at 20:09 | #14

    Is there any other way to open the regedit.exe other than typing in run?
    Because i cant open my reg in that way. Can some suggest why.
    I am currently using Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware, Eset NOD32 ANTI Virus. Threatfire but still no use.

    • da_hal
      February 25th, 2011 at 02:12 | #15

      you can make a shortcut. either find regedit.exe in your harddrive and make a shortcut by right clicking on it, or change an existing shortcut to aim for that file.

  9. Daryl Glenn
    February 25th, 2011 at 20:09 | #16

    How can i Fix taskmgr.exe and regedit.exe?
    this two exe files are not working in my windows 7 pc it keeps on saying windows cannot find blah blah
    somethig like even at the system 32 folder when im clicking the exe file and it still say windows cannot find blah blah even the file is there

    • davincian
      February 25th, 2011 at 06:35 | #17

      sounds like a corrupted windows or possibly a virus has attached itself to your files. might want to try reinstalling or copying those files from another comp with same versions

  10. Amanda
    February 25th, 2011 at 20:10 | #18

    How can I fix my regedit and .exe problem?
    I have a laptop running on Window’s Vista. I got a virus the other day, which I’m fairly certain was removed. But now, I can’t run .exe files (Which means most of my programs aren’t working!) And I can’t get into regedit because it’s a program (meaning it ends in .exe) So I can’t seem to fix it. Any step by step solutions or info that can guide me in the right direction? Thanks.

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