My uncle ran RegClean on his dual-boot (98SE/XPSP2) PC and since then has only been able to get as far as the XP login screen, even in XP's safe mode. I'm guessing something important got "cleaned" off.
I had him boot into 98SE to find the Regclean undo files, and they are huge, but being he can't get back into XP he can't undo the changes.
Is there a utility that can run in 98SE, open the XP registry, and import the RegClean undo file back into the XP registry? Because I have no other ideas. (Any other workarounds would be welcome.)
He's running Win98SE and XP SP2 in a dual-boot on a 400mhz Compaq Presario. Not sure of the RAM, I think it's 256MB. Everything was running fine before he ran regclean. And the floppy drive doesn't work so a bootdisk is out. The XP partition is running on FAT32 so he can view all the folder from 98SE.
Thanks in advance (I hope),
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