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Scythe
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Project 64

Would it be possible to make Project 64 (a Nintendo 64 emulator) portable? I know for a fact that it writes settings to registry, thereforer it's not fully portable. It'd be nice to play N64 games from my thumb drive. Of course, I'm not sure how fast they'd run off it, but that's something else altogether.

http://www.pj64.net/main/

I also don't know if it's open source or not, so maybe it's not possible to portable-fy it. Unless someone has a suggestion for a different program, but I searched for one here and found nothing.

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Try Reg Rapper or UniLaunch

Reg Rapper is for loading/unloading registry entries. UniLaunch is a launcher similar to John`s and contains Reg Rapper code.
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Yes, but...

Yes, but I thought that Reg Rapper allowed the registry settings to be writtten to the computer and then removed them after the session was over? Unless I read it wrong, which is possible Smile

The computer that I use my Portable Apps on (school comp) doesn't allow ANY changing of the registry. Can't even open regedit, even when browsing directly from the C:\WINNT\ directory (Yes, it's Win2K on these comps).

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Well...

Nothing will work until Steve Lamerton releases Libertá which will include a portable registry. Unless you try Sandboxie
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Cool

Looks interesting. I'll have to give it a try.

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Another (expensive) one

Thinstal(l?) apparently creates a virtual registry.
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