Problem Running Registrar Registry Manager 8.04

Discussion in 'Windows XP Help and Support' started by seti-dog, Nov 8, 2018.

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    seti-dog

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    XP Pro_SP3 is listed as compatible with Registrar Registry Manager 8.04.

    When I attempted to launch this app for first time there was a problem. As you can see by the
    attached image, there were three error messages.

    There is nothing wrong with my system files. I ran chkdsk and sfc just to be sure.

    Maybe XP Pro_SP3 is not compatible with version 8.04

    If there is a solution, please let me know.

    Thanks guys.
     

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    For several decades I've built Desktops. The Desktop in my home office has five internal
    hard drives. With a couple of mouse clicks I mount a virtual copy of my operating system.
    I can try new software, make "dangerous" Registry edits, etc. Dumping the virtual system
    for a fresh copy is a 60 second process.

    Registrar Registry Manager 8.01 installs and runs smoothly in XP. Newer versions are not
    compatible with XP. With a bunch of system tweaks it might be possible to run the latest
    versions of Registrar Registry Manager.

    For some reason, the list of compatible systems for popular apps is frequently neglected.
    Download sites like CNET, Softpedia, and many others simply fail to update their system
    requirements lists for thousands of apps.
     
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    I would stick with the version that works for you and disable any updates. That appears to be best for xp software.
     
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