reg LOAD /?: Loads the file XXXXXX.hiv to the Key HKLM\XXXXXX


... The examples for the command "reg LOAD /?"
... "reg LOAD /?" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help
... Important information, tips for the "reg LOAD /?" command

The command: "reg LOAD /?" is on Windows 11, 10, .. available

The examples for the command "reg LOAD /?"

The `REG LOAD` command on the Windows command line is used to load an external registry branch into the current registry. Here are examples with technical explanations: Example 1: Loading an external registry branch:

REG LOAD HKLM\TempHive C:\Path\To\External\Registration File.hiv

- `REG LOAD`: The command to load an external registry branch. - `HKLM\TempHive`: The target government hive path where the external registry branch is loaded. - `C:\Path\To\External\Registration File.hiv`: The path to the external registry file (.hiv) that will be loaded. Example 2: Loading an external registry branch with quotes in the path:

REG LOAD "HKLM\Software\Extern" "C:\Path With Spaces\Extern.hiv"

- Here the external registry branch is loaded at `"HKLM\Software\Extern"` and the path to the external registry file contains spaces. Example 3: Loading an external registry branch with 32-bit registry view:

REG LOAD HKLM\TempHive32 C:\Path\To\External\Registration File.hiv /reg:32

- `/reg:32`: The parameter indicating that the external registry branch is loaded with the 32-bit registry view. Example 4: Loading an external registry branch with 64-bit registry view:

REG LOAD HKLM\TempHive64 C:\Path\To\External\Registration File.hiv /reg:64

- `/reg:64`: The parameter indicating that the external registry branch is loaded with the 64-bit registry view. Example 5: Overwriting an already loaded external registry branch without confirmation:

REG LOAD HKLM\TempHive C:\Path\To\Other\Registration File.hiv /y

- `/y`: The parameter that forces an already loaded external registry branch to be overwritten without confirmation. Note that loading external registry branches requires caution as it may impact the current registry. Back up the current registry beforehand and make sure you trust the source of the external registry branch.

"reg LOAD /?" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help

Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19045.3693]
(c) Copyright 1985-2023 Microsoft Corp.

C:\\WINDOWS>


Console Registry Tool for Windows - version 3.0
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1981-2001.  All rights reserved


REG LOAD KeyName FileName

  KeyName    ROOTKEY\SubKey (local machine only)
    ROOTKEY  [ HKLM | HKU ]
    SubKey   The key name to load the hive file into. Creating a new key
  FileName   The name of the hive file to load
             You must use REG SAVE to create this file

Examples:

  REG LOAD HKLM\TempHive TempHive.hiv
    Loads the file TempHive.hiv to the Key HKLM\TempHive

Important information, tips for the "reg LOAD /?" command

Yes, there are some important points to note when using the REG LOAD command on the Windows command line: Of course, I'll put the strings in quotes. Here are the examples with the corresponding explanations: Example 1: Loading an external registry branch:

REG LOAD "HKLM\TempHive" "C:\Path\To\External\Registration File.hiv"

- `"HKLM\TempHive"`: The target government hive path where the external registry branch is loaded. - `"C:\Path\To\External\RegistrationFile.hiv"`: The path to the external registry file (.hiv) that will be loaded. Example 2: Loading an external registry branch with quotes in the path:

REG LOAD "HKLM\Software\Extern" "C:\Path With Spaces\Extern.hiv"

- `"HKLM\Software\External"`: The target government tree path where the external registry branch is loaded. - `"C:\Path With Spaces\Extern.hiv"`: The path to the external registry file (.hiv) that will be loaded. Example 3: Loading an external registry branch with 32-bit registry view:

REG LOAD "HKLM\TempHive32" "C:\Path\To\External\Registration File.hiv" /reg:32

- `"HKLM\TempHive32"`: The target government hive path where the external registry branch with 32-bit registry view is loaded. - `"C:\Path\To\External\RegistrationFile.hiv"`: The path to the external registry file (.hiv) that will be loaded. - `/reg:32`: The parameter indicating that the external registry branch is loaded with the 32-bit registry view. Example 4: Loading an external registry branch with 64-bit registry view:

REG LOAD "HKLM\TempHive64" "C:\Path\To\External\Registration File.hiv" /reg:64

- `"HKLM\TempHive64"`: The target government hive path where the external registry branch with 64-bit registry view is loaded. - `"C:\Path\To\External\RegistrationFile.hiv"`: The path to the external registry file (.hiv) that will be loaded. - `/reg:64`: The parameter indicating that the external registry branch is loaded with the 64-bit registry view. Example 5: Overwriting an already loaded external registry branch without confirmation:

REG LOAD "HKLM\TempHive" "C:\Path\To\Other\RegistrationFile.hiv" /y

- `"HKLMTempHive"`: The target government hive path under which the external registry branch is loaded. - `"C:\Path\To\Other\RegistrationFile.hiv"`: The path to the external registry file (.hiv) that will be loaded. - `/y`: The parameter that forces an already loaded external registry branch to be overwritten without confirmation.


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