using native regedit

Greg Turner gmturner007 at
Tue Oct 22 13:56:28 CDT 2002

On Tuesday 22 October 2002 01:01 pm, Jeff Smith wrote:
> <html><div style='background-color:'><DIV>&nbsp; I know I must be missing
> something very simple, but I cannot seem to</DIV>
> <DIV>get&nbsp;native&nbsp;regedit to run.&nbsp; The builtin version always
> runs instead.&nbsp; The only</DIV> <DIV>thing I could think of was an entry
> in DllOverrides:</DIV>
> <DIV>"regedit.exe" = "native, builtin".&nbsp; That did not work.</DIV>
> <DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
> <DIV>&nbsp; I have debugged a little&nbsp;and&nbsp;know MODULE_GetLoadOrder
> LOADORDER_INVALID}</DIV> <DIV>even when I add that DllOverride line.&nbsp;
> But I am just not in the mood at</DIV> <DIV>the moment for deep digging if
> I can help it.&nbsp; </DIV>
> <DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
> <DIV>&nbsp; -- Jeff S.</DIV></div><br clear=all><hr>Protect your PC - <a
> href="">Click here</a> for VirusScan
> Online </html>

Well, if my wetware HTML parser is working today, I think I understand
your problem.  Just rename regedit.exe to "winregedit.exe" (or whatever you like),
or create a symlink or copy of the native version.  (some configs don't respect


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