After you have repaired registry problems, you can restore one or more repaired problems to their unrepaired states. This works best for restoring one or more registry keys. If you need to restore the entire registry, then restore the settings from a Registry Utilities backup or from a Windows restore point.
To undo repaired problems, click the Repair button on the left side of the program window and then click the Undo link below the button to open the Undo Repair window.
Select the problems that you want to undo.
- To select all repaired problems, click the Select All button
- To select a single repaired problem, click it.
- To select several repaired problems in a row, click the first repaired problem and then hold the SHIFT key and click the last repaired problem to select all the repaired problems in between them.
- To selected repairs problems that are not next to each other, click the first repaired problem and then hold the CTRL key and click any other repaired problems that you want selected.
- To deselect a repaired problem from a selected group, hold down the CTRL key and click the repaired problem.
Click the Undo button to restore the selected problems to their unrepaired states.