As far as I know, Protel does not use the registry at all.
Everything that would normally be put in the registry resides in files in the Windows 
directory that begin with CLIENT99SE...

John Williams
QualECAD


Tim Hutcheson wrote:

> I think at this point you will have to bite the bullet, backup your
> registry, use regedit and find the keys in the registry that are Protel
> related and delete them.  Sorry but I don't have a list of specifics but I
> think that's all you can do.
>


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