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STRINGTABLE #188 (strings 2992..3007)
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3001 "Usage:\n
regedit [options] [filename] [reg_key]\n
\n
Options:\n
[no option] Launch the graphical version of this program.\n
/L:system.dat The location of the system.dat file to be modified.\n
Compatible with any other switch. Ignored.\n
/R:user.dat The location of the user.dat file to be modified.\n
Compatible with any other switch. Ignored.\n
/C Import the contents of a registry file.\n
/D Delete a specified registry key.\n
/E Export the contents of a specified registry key to a file.\n
If no key is specified, the entire registry is exported.\n
/S Silent mode. No messages will be displayed.\n
/V Launch the GUI in advanced mode. Ignored.\n
/? Display this information and exit.\n
[filename] The location of the file containing registry information to\n
be imported. When used with [/E], this option specifies the\n
file location where registry information will be exported.\n
[reg_key] The registry key to be modified.\n
\n
Usage examples:\n
regedit "import.reg"\n
regedit /E "export.reg" "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Console"\n
regedit /D "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Key\Path"\n"
"Usage:\n
regedit [options] [filename] [reg_key]\n
\n
Options:\n
[no option] Launch the graphical version of this program.\n
/L:system.dat The location of the system.dat file to be modified.\n
Compatible with any other switch. Ignored.\n
/R:user.dat The location of the user.dat file to be modified.\n
Compatible with any other switch. Ignored.\n
/C Import the contents of a registry file.\n
/D Delete a specified registry key.\n
/E Export the contents of a specified registry key to a file.\n
If no key is specified, the entire registry is exported.\n
/S Silent mode. No messages will be displayed.\n
/V Launch the GUI in advanced mode. Ignored.\n
/? Display this information and exit.\n
[filename] The location of the file containing registry information to\n
be imported. When used with [/E], this option specifies the\n
file location where registry information will be exported.\n
[reg_key] The registry key to be modified.\n
\n
Usage examples:\n
regedit "import.reg"\n
regedit /E "export.reg" "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Console"\n
regedit /D "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Key\Path"\n"
3002 "regedit: Invalid or unrecognized switch [%1]\n" "regedit: Invalid or unrecognized switch [%1]\n"
3003 "Teclexa «regedit /?» pa l'ayuda.\n" "Type "regedit /?" for help.\n"
3004 "regedit: No filename was specified.\n" "regedit: No filename was specified.\n"
3005 "regedit: No registry key was specified for removal.\n" "regedit: No registry key was specified for removal.\n"
3006 "regedit: Nun s'alcontró'l ficheru «%1».\n" "regedit: The file '%1' was not found.\n"
3007 "regedit: Nun pue abrise'l ficheru «%1».\n" "regedit: Unable to open the file '%1'.\n"