That is one muddled post.
I guess you are asking what could be causing the alternator not to charge? Well apart from the regulator, there are things called brushes that could be worn or broken, sliprings that could be shot, a bridge rectifier with blown diodes, windings that are in a poor condition.
If you don't have the gear to test, I suggest you take the alternator to and auto electrician for a condition report.
You must also make sure the cables and their connectors are not corroded. Silver oxide, lead oxide and copper oxide a good insulators so you need to make sure the lugs at the battery are clean of any powdery deposits (with a thin smear of vaseline or dielectric grease on the contact area), similarly the connections at the alternator.