It is good idea to read the next couple of rows, before to ask
something. It is possible to find here the answer of your one.
- How to restore the registry after some changes madden by me before a time.
- To restore the changes that you have made before a time, select
"View/Undo history" from the main menu of the program. The window with
the history will appear in the down part of the program. You will see
the actions stored by the date and the time. Also there is a
description of your action so you will be able to find the exact
change that you have made. Right click on it and choose "Undo
- Whenever I tried to run the installer it I got the next error
message: INVALID CHARACTER IN THE TAG NAME. LINE 2, POSITION 63.
- Some popup-killers are within conflict with the setup program.
Before to run the installer, be sure to close all other application. In
the case that you have some running software while the install begins a
messages like this are possible.
- Suppose I want to go back to the previous version of my Registry
before modified it. How do I do that if I cannot boot my system because
the Registry is now broken?
- Please note that the editing of the registry can be dangerous. You
can damage your system, and Oberon will not stop you. If your was decide
to edit some data we presume that you are enough advanced to do that,
and that you know what exactly are you doing. In a situation like this
you must find a way to boot your system into Safe Mode. After that you
will be able to restore the previous data in the registry.
- The problems started first with when the find function of the
program would not display the edit box and I couldn't enter what I
wished to search for in the registry. I then decided to re-download and
re-install it and that was when the installer would not work.
- In this situation the problem was that the user's computer was a
damaged "riched32.dll" file. And all of the text editors (like
"WordPad") witch uses this file wasn't able to work. The installation
will not work too because it use this dynamic library to display text
(like the license agreement). For this case was necessary to replace
it's damaged "riched32.dll" in your system directory with the undamaged
- I have had hardware problems with my computer and have reinstalled
my operating system but your software now requires me to re-purchase.
- You need only re-install the application that has previously
been purchased. Once this has been done, you can simply select to
re-install the license from the Softwrap dialogue box and using your
License Holder Name and Purchase Reference Number received by email
during purchase, the software can be unlocked to a purchased state.
- Why when I edit the "default" value often Oberon opens it for
editing as binary value.
- Some keys do not have a value without name ("default"). In this case
Oberon shows "default" value as REG_NONE type with
content "value not set". The REG_NONE type should be edited like
binary data type. To create a default value as string, right click on
the list, select "New/String value" and live the name field empty.
- I have clean the registry using Registry Inspector, and when I run
it again it found a new errors there.
- There is some errors witch are related each-other. For example if
the for first scan registry Inspector found invalid file association, it
will fix this usually by deleting the key witch is describing the
extension. For the next scan all references to this file type will be
marked as invalid. By this reason you it is recommended to run Registry
Inspector more than a time.
- When I start Oberon on my Windows Vista it crashes.
sure to run Vilma Software Oberon with administrative privileges. To do
this use right click on program icon and choose "Run as Administrator"
from the context menu.