Putty – Transfer of settings off old (non-bootable) HD

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    I have an (non-bootable) Win7 HD with settings from Putty I need on my new PC. Each read of the drive produces more and more bad blocks with each use. There are settings on several hundred nodes I need off that drive for Putty.

    I know Putty settings are in the registry, so how do I pull the info off the old HD without actually booting it?


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