How to Backup and Restore Microsoft WIndows Xp Registry

How to Export Registry Keys
Click Start, and then click Run.

In the Open box, type regedit, and then click OK.

On the File menu, click Export.

In the Save in box, select the boxs at the bottom the bottom according to weather you want to export all or only selected branches of the registry.
Next select a location in which to save the backup .reg file. In the File name box, type a file name, and then click Save.

How to Restore the Registry
To restore registry keys that you exported, double-click the .reg file that you saved.

How Speed Up Windows XP Menu Speed

Speed up menu display
When using the start menu the you will notice a delay between different tiers of the menu hierarchy. For the fastest computer experience possible I recommend changing this value to zero. This will allow the different tiers to appear instantly.
Click on >> Start >> Run >> type regedit
Start Regedit.
Open the Following Key
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\DesktopSelect MenuShowDelay
There is a vlue of MenuSHowDelay is 400 type 0000
Logoff Computer
and Login Again Manu Speed Faster

Disable Windows XP Feature Send Error Report

To disable the feature in WinXP which tries to send a error report to
microsoft every time a program crashes you will have to do this:

==>Open Control Panel

==>Click on Preformance and Maintenance.

==>Click on System.

==>Then click on the Advanced tab

==>Click on the error reporting button on the bottom of the windows.

==>Select Disable error reporting.Click OKClick OK

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Uninstall Microsoft Windows XP and Returen to Windows 98

How can I uninstall Microsoft Windows XP and return to my old Microsoft Windows 98?

If you've upgraded to XP from Windows Me or Windows 98, go to the Add/Remove Programs Control Panel applet and click Uninstall Windows XP.
If you want, you can also uninstall XP from the command prompt by performing the following steps:

* Start the computer in Safe Mode with Command Prompt support (press F8 during start up).
* Navigate to %systemroot%\system32.
* Type osuninst.exe and press Enter.
* Follow the onscreen instructions.

If XP was installed as a dual-boot system along with Win98 or W2K then you can simply format the partition on which it is installed. That is one of the reasons I always recommend to install separate operating systems on separate partitions!
Note: Windows XP Professional provides an uninstall tool when upgrading from Windows 98 on a drive formatted as FAT or FAT32. Therefore, when upgrading this type of drive, you will not have the option to upgrade to NTFS, as this would negate the uninstall option. However, you can convert the drive to NTFS after installation if you choose

How to Remove/Uninstall Norton 2004

As you have seen once Norton 2004 Products have been install and a wrong key has been entered, Norton Products aren't able to run, even if you uninstall and reinstall them, well here is the registry entries taht you have to delete as well as the folders

The registry files you need to deleteHKEY_CLASSES_ROOT and delete all symatec entries (there is alot of entries so dont panic just delete all of them)

Second you need to delete the followingHKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SymantecandHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Symantec

Finally delte the folders call SymantecC:\Program Files\SymantecC:\Program

Files\Common Files\Symantec SharedAnd the hidden one thats is at (Must enable "Show hidden files and folders" under the file option menu)C:\Documents and

Settings\All Users\Application Data\Symantec
After doing all this crap reboot and install a fresh copy of Norton

Virtual Memory

Virtual Memory

Back in the 'good old days' of command prompts and 1.2MB floppy disks, programs needed very little RAM to run because the main (and almost universal) operating system was Microsoft DOS and its memory footprint was small. That was truly fortunate because RAM at that time was horrendously expensive. Although it may seem ludicrous, 4MB of RAM was considered then to be an incredible amount of memory.

However when Windows became more and more popular, 4MB was just not enough. Due to its GUI (Graphical User Interface), it had a larger memory footprint than DOS. Thus, more RAM was needed.

Unfortunately, RAM prices did not decrease as fast as RAM requirement had increased. This meant that Windows users had to either fork out a fortune for more RAM or run only simple programs. Neither were attractive options. An alternative method was needed to alleviate this problem.

The solution they came up with was to use some space on the hard disk as extra RAM. Although the hard disk is much slower than RAM, it is also much cheaper and users always have a lot more hard disk space than RAM. So, Windows was designed to create this pseudo-RAM or in Microsoft's terms - Virtual Memory, to make up for the shortfall in RAM when running memory-intensive programs.