This has the same bug reading some registry files as the xregistry program did.
It trys to pass a null when the registy doesn't have an entry it expects, causing an unhandled exception.
I posted a message to stoker25 about this, after reading posts from others with the same problem, but I guess he didn't read the post..
it sets public object Value;
but should set public object Value=0;
Could you please take a look at .rif files. Stored at hdd0\home\user(0000001)\exdata. Think they are licenses for dlc.
What I did find with these files is if you open them with notepad and find the set of title characters (ie. xxxxxx-xxxxxxxxx_00-xxxxxxxx) The 1st character from that title is the 2nd to last character from your username. Dont know if that means anything.
Could do with a .rif file from someone else who has the same dlc game just to compare the files. But i'm guessing these files will be signed as well.