Registry backup is not difficult, in fact, it’s unnecessary to back up the registry, because the system will default to backup the registry every time you start your PC, the default startup item is in the registry entry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run ScanRegistry = C: \ WINDOWS \ scanregw.exe / autorun, or definitely, backup and restore registry in anytime with a helper.
However, in order to faster the windows start-up, some people will cancel the start-up back up registry key, I strongly recommend my friends here, do retain this key, generally when windows is crash (the registry is modified, o infected virus), it’s very convenient to use this to restore the registry, but I’ve got a better idea, that is, make a registry backup when you think the current system is the most stable and clean one, and then save the backup, once your windows is having problem, restore it with this backup.
Here is the backup method:
Start – Run, type scanregw, then operate in accordance with the prompts, the backed up file can be found in the folder Sysbckup under the system directory, NOTE that, Sysbckup folder is hidden (system directory defaults to C: \ WINDOWS) find several Rb00 * .cab files, the default is five backup files, if you can not determine which one is your backup, then delete all the Rb00 * .cab, and then back up again right from the first step, a Rb00 *. cab file will appear, in order to prevent being overwritten by another backup file, copy it and save it to elsewhere, such as D: \
When start up your system, hold pressing the ctrl key, enter the menu, select the fifth state to enter the dos statement and enter SCANREG / RESTORE, then Choose a normal start date in the example table file, enter, wait a bit, follow the prompts to restart your PC, registry backup restored.