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IrONia
01-06-2002, 11.31.58
pensavo di usare questo sotware che trovate qui:


http://www.superwin.com

perchŔ non si za mai...e quindi in caso di necessitÓ usarlo..


qualcuno lo usa???

se si funzia bene???

tnx


ciauzzzzzzz:D :D :D

Cecco
01-06-2002, 17.34.53
Originariamente inviato da ironia
pensavo di usare questo sotware che trovate qui:


http://www.superwin.com

perchŔ non si za mai...e quindi in caso di necessitÓ usarlo..


qualcuno lo usa???

se si funzia bene???

tnx


ciauzzzzzzz:D :D :D

PerchŔ optare per questo programma, di cui ho sentito parlare comunque bene, che Ŕ shareware ed in inglese quando c'Ŕ a disposizione un programma gratuito ed in italiano che ho sperimentato ed Ŕ ottimo?
Questo programma, se Ŕ questa la funzione che cerchi, fa sotto windows un backup dell'intero registro in modo veloce e sicuro e ti da eventualmente la possibilitÓ di ripristino anche da dos.
Si chiama "erunt" e contiene anche un'altra utility che si occupa della deframmentazione dello stesso registro.

http://home.t-online.de/home/lars.hederer/erunt/

Ciao

IrONia
02-06-2002, 11.17.45
Originariamente inviato da Cecco


PerchŔ optare per questo programma, di cui ho sentito parlare comunque bene, che Ŕ shareware ed in inglese quando c'Ŕ a disposizione un programma gratuito ed in italiano che ho sperimentato ed Ŕ ottimo?
Questo programma, se Ŕ questa la funzione che cerchi, fa sotto windows un backup dell'intero registro in modo veloce e sicuro e ti da eventualmente la possibilitÓ di ripristino anche da dos.
Si chiama "erunt" e contiene anche un'altra utility che si occupa della deframmentazione dello stesso registro.

http://home.t-online.de/home/lars.hederer/erunt/

Ciao


lo provero'(Y) (Y)

ricordo che hai giÓ citato questo programma......ma ricordo male o win rescue vuole una partizione in cui far il backup???



altra domanda puo' essere utile usare un programma del genere o xp x te ha giÓ i mezzi necessari???



ciao e grazieeeeeeeeeeee:D :D

IrONia
02-06-2002, 12.12.14
dimenticavo


qualcuno ha provato
ERUNT

o NTREGOPT????


magari su win XP home



se si

pregi e difetti???


grazieeeeeeeee


ciaoooooooo:D :D :D

Ov3rKuNtZ
02-06-2002, 12.16.12
ho provato ntregopt

Ŕ semplice! ....differenza di 60 kilo nella grandezza del reg prima dell'ottimizzazione e dopO!

con win XP PrO


sembra carinO! ciau!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D

IrONia
02-06-2002, 13.12.17
Originariamente inviato da overkuntz
ho provato ntregopt

Ŕ semplice! ....differenza di 60 kilo nella grandezza del reg prima dell'ottimizzazione e dopO!

con win XP PrO


sembra carinO! ciau!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D

e ERUNT lo usi?????


io ora l'ho installato e non sembra male:p


ciauzzzzzzzzzzzz:D :D :D

Ov3rKuNtZ
02-06-2002, 13.14.21
Originariamente inviato da ironia


e ERUNT lo usi?????


io ora l'ho installato e non sembra male:p


ciauzzzzzzzzzzzz:D :D :D ma kosa fa???? Ŕ solo per xP???

IrONia
02-06-2002, 13.27.33
Originariamente inviato da overkuntz
ma kosa fa???? Ŕ solo per xP???


ERUNT - The Emergency Recovery Utility NT
=========================================

Registry Backup and Restore for Windows NT/2000/XP

v1.0, 11/24/2001, Freeware
Written by Lars Hederer
lars.hederer@t-online.de

Look for the latest version here:
http://home.t-online.de/home/lars.hederer/erunt



Introduction
------------

With the invention of Windows 95 Microsoft made the wise decision to
organize all computer- and application-specific data which was spread
over countless INI files before in a centralized Windows database,
called the system "registry". The registry is one of the most
important parts in every Windows system today, without which the OS
would not even boot. And since the registry is quite sensitive to
corruption, it is very advisable to backup its according files from
time to time.

In MS-DOS based Windows versions (95, 98, Me) the registry consists of
the files SYSTEM.DAT and USER.DAT (and CLASSES.DAT in Windows Me). To
backup these files, one can easily go to the Windows folder in
Explorer and copy the files to a safe location, for example another
folder on the hard disk. Microsoft has even included a utility called
ERD on the Windows installation CDs, which can be used to backup these
and a few other critical system files to a safe location.

Also, Windows 9x/Me automatically creates backups of the registry at
startup, with Windows 95 always backing up the registry from the
previous Windows session, and Windows 98/Me maintaining up to five
registry copies from the last five days where Windows was running.

Unfortunately, all that has changed with the invention of Windows NT
4.0, and all following versions based on the NT kernel (2000, XP).
Not only is the registry no longer backed up automatically, it has
also become impossible to copy the necessary files, now called "hives"
and usually named DEFAULT, SAM, SECURITY, SOFTWARE, SYSTEM in the
SYSTEM32\CONFIG folder, to another location because they are all in
use by the OS.

There are a few ways to backup the registry with different programs,
but they are either not straight-forward to use (REGBACK, REGREST from
the NT resource kit) or do registry backups just as a side-effect
among other things (NTBACKUP in Windows 2000, System Restore in
Windows XP). And though the registry in an NT-based Windows is less
likely to become corrupted than in other versions, it can still
happen, and for these cases NT is simply missing an option for easy
registry backup and restore as there is in Windows 9x/Me, to get the
system up and running again in no time.

And now, as Windows XP comes pre-installed many new home user PCs and
may become the new Windows standard in the next years, I decided to
write a program which offers the ease-of-use of Windows 9x/Me ERU by
Microsoft (hence the name ERUNT) to backup the registry, as well as
providing an auto-backup capability, for example at Windows startup.

Or, before installing a new program for testing purposes one could
save the registry with ERUNT, install and test the program, uninstall
it and restore the registry to be 100% sure that no debris is left
from the program.



Features
--------

- Backup the Windows NT/2000/XP registry to a folder of your choice

- System and current user registries selectable

- Command-line switches for automated use of ERUNT

- Restore the registry in Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP and MS-DOS
(all-in-one restore program)

- Included in this package:
NTREGOPT program for optimizing the registry

- All programs in this package are completely localizable
(translate them into your language), German version included



System Requirements
-------------------

- Windows NT/2000/XP to run the backup program

- MS-DOS or Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP to run the restore program



Installation
------------

Unzip all files into a folder of your choice, and if you want, create
a link on your desktop to the ERUNT, or NTREGOPT program.



Uninstallation
--------------

Delete the ERUNT folder, delete the appropriate desktop icons.

(You may also want to delete all restore folders you have previously
created with the program.)



Backing up the registry with ERUNT
----------------------------------

Note: To ensure proper operation of ERUNT, you should be logged in as
a system administrator.

Start ERUNT, confirm the Welcome message.

Type in the name of a restore folder (default is C:\ERDNT).

Select backup options:

- System registry: The current system registry, usually consisting of
the files DEFAULT, SAM, SECURITY, SOFTWARE, and SYSTEM.

- Current user registy: The registry files for the currently logged-in
user, usually NTUSER.DAT and USRCLASS.DAT.

- Other open user registries: Sometimes Windows has a few other user
registries in memory. Examples for this are "generic" registries,
i.e. for user "EVERYONE", or registries of other users if you use
Fast Task Switching in Windows XP. Check this option to backup all
these additional user registries (if found) as well.

Ov3rKuNtZ
02-06-2002, 13.33.18
Originariamente inviato da ironia



ERUNT - The Emergency Recovery Utility NT
=========================================

Registry Backup and Restore for Windows NT/2000/XP

v1.0, 11/24/2001, Freeware
Written by Lars Hederer
lars.hederer@t-online.de

Look for the latest version here:
http://home.t-online.de/home/lars.hederer/erunt



Introduction
------------

With the invention of Windows 95 Microsoft made the wise decision to
organize all computer- and application-specific data which was spread
over countless INI files before in a centralized Windows database,
called the system "registry". The registry is one of the most
important parts in every Windows system today, without which the OS
would not even boot. And since the registry is quite sensitive to
corruption, it is very advisable to backup its according files from
time to time.

In MS-DOS based Windows versions (95, 98, Me) the registry consists of
the files SYSTEM.DAT and USER.DAT (and CLASSES.DAT in Windows Me). To
backup these files, one can easily go to the Windows folder in
Explorer and copy the files to a safe location, for example another
folder on the hard disk. Microsoft has even included a utility called
ERD on the Windows installation CDs, which can be used to backup these
and a few other critical system files to a safe location.

Also, Windows 9x/Me automatically creates backups of the registry at
startup, with Windows 95 always backing up the registry from the
previous Windows session, and Windows 98/Me maintaining up to five
registry copies from the last five days where Windows was running.

Unfortunately, all that has changed with the invention of Windows NT
4.0, and all following versions based on the NT kernel (2000, XP).
Not only is the registry no longer backed up automatically, it has
also become impossible to copy the necessary files, now called "hives"
and usually named DEFAULT, SAM, SECURITY, SOFTWARE, SYSTEM in the
SYSTEM32\CONFIG folder, to another location because they are all in
use by the OS.

There are a few ways to backup the registry with different programs,
but they are either not straight-forward to use (REGBACK, REGREST from
the NT resource kit) or do registry backups just as a side-effect
among other things (NTBACKUP in Windows 2000, System Restore in
Windows XP). And though the registry in an NT-based Windows is less
likely to become corrupted than in other versions, it can still
happen, and for these cases NT is simply missing an option for easy
registry backup and restore as there is in Windows 9x/Me, to get the
system up and running again in no time.

And now, as Windows XP comes pre-installed many new home user PCs and
may become the new Windows standard in the next years, I decided to
write a program which offers the ease-of-use of Windows 9x/Me ERU by
Microsoft (hence the name ERUNT) to backup the registry, as well as
providing an auto-backup capability, for example at Windows startup.

Or, before installing a new program for testing purposes one could
save the registry with ERUNT, install and test the program, uninstall
it and restore the registry to be 100% sure that no debris is left
from the program.



Features
--------

- Backup the Windows NT/2000/XP registry to a folder of your choice

- System and current user registries selectable

- Command-line switches for automated use of ERUNT

- Restore the registry in Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP and MS-DOS
(all-in-one restore program)

- Included in this package:
NTREGOPT program for optimizing the registry

- All programs in this package are completely localizable
(translate them into your language), German version included



System Requirements
-------------------

- Windows NT/2000/XP to run the backup program

- MS-DOS or Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP to run the restore program



Installation
------------

Unzip all files into a folder of your choice, and if you want, create
a link on your desktop to the ERUNT, or NTREGOPT program.



Uninstallation
--------------

Delete the ERUNT folder, delete the appropriate desktop icons.

(You may also want to delete all restore folders you have previously
created with the program.)



Backing up the registry with ERUNT
----------------------------------

Note: To ensure proper operation of ERUNT, you should be logged in as
a system administrator.

Start ERUNT, confirm the Welcome message.

Type in the name of a restore folder (default is C:\ERDNT).

Select backup options:

- System registry: The current system registry, usually consisting of
the files DEFAULT, SAM, SECURITY, SOFTWARE, and SYSTEM.

- Current user registy: The registry files for the currently logged-in
user, usually NTUSER.DAT and USRCLASS.DAT.

- Other open user registries: Sometimes Windows has a few other user
registries in memory. Examples for this are "generic" registries,
i.e. for user "EVERYONE", or registries of other users if you use
Fast Task Switching in Windows XP. Check this option to backup all
these additional user registries (if found) as well. :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: (Y) lo provo!

IrONia
02-06-2002, 13.36.52
Originariamente inviato da overkuntz
:eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: (Y) lo provo!


bravooooooooo(Y) (Y)


facciamo i beta:D :D :p

Ov3rKuNtZ
02-06-2002, 13.39.23
Originariamente inviato da ironia



bravooooooooo(Y) (Y)


facciamo i beta:D :D :p :D :D (Y)

Cecco
02-06-2002, 16.03.30
Originariamente inviato da ironia
dimenticavo


qualcuno ha provato
ERUNT

o NTREGOPT????


magari su win XP home



se si

pregi e difetti???


grazieeeeeeeee


ciaoooooooo:D :D :D

Certo che ho provato erunt e ntregopt, stavolta mi sembrava abbastanza chiaro dal mio messaggio ed anch'io ho xp home.
Per quanta riguarda "erunt" tu non fai altro che cliccare sul file exe ed un avviso ti chiede se vuoi fare il backup del registro di configurazione ed in quale cartella (va bene c:\erdnt). Clicchi su ok e dopo pochi secondi il tutto Ŕ eseguito.
Se ne avrai necessitÓ potrai ripristinare questa copia anche da dos accedendovi con uno dei tanti floppy di ripristino e dalla directory digitando "erdnt.exe"
L'altro programma "ntregopt" deframmenta ed ottimizza il registro
e fa tutto da solo. Ciao

IrONia
02-06-2002, 21.18.26
Originariamente inviato da Cecco


Certo che ho provato erunt e ntregopt, stavolta mi sembrava abbastanza chiaro dal mio messaggio ed anch'io ho xp home.
Per quanta riguarda "erunt" tu non fai altro che cliccare sul file exe ed un avviso ti chiede se vuoi fare il backup del registro di configurazione ed in quale cartella (va bene c:\erdnt). Clicchi su ok e dopo pochi secondi il tutto Ŕ eseguito.
Se ne avrai necessitÓ potrai ripristinare questa copia anche da dos accedendovi con uno dei tanti floppy di ripristino e dalla directory digitando "erdnt.exe"
L'altro programma "ntregopt" deframmenta ed ottimizza il registro
e fa tutto da solo. Ciao

Ŕ chiaro(Y) (Y)


ottimo programma ora lo uso anch'io(Y)


tnx


ciauzzzzzzzzzz:D :D :D