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Old 20. Aug 2013, 08:28 PM   #17 (permalink)
Frank D
Join Date: May 2011
Location: New York (the state), USA
Posts: 12

at this point, the easier path would be to get rid of the legacy device so you can update Windows in place.
Unfortunately, I've tried that approach and failed, since I can't get rid of all the instances of the scanner in the registry. They refuse to be deleted.

Is there some way I can create a temporary "clean" registry, do the in-place reinstall, and then restore the real registry after the reinstall?

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