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Old 10. Aug 2013, 09:52 PM   #8 (permalink)
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without using regedit, have you just tried to run the installer for it off of the install discs? If you don't have one, I'd download a copy of it from microsoft.

This isn't pirated copies either, it's ones Microsoft put out. I forget where it is in the options tree but if you look around while running it (not from disc since you aren't reinstalling, but mount iso to run or make a cd/dvd) you should see the option to install it back. It should fix the registry errors by overwriting it as it makes new entries.
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