If my opponent casts a disintegrate on my creature with regeneration, can I regenerate my creature?
No. It says so right on the card.
You can activate a regenerate ability, but it will fail to prevent the destruction.
You can play abilities that would regenerate it if for some reason you want to, but they won't do anything; Disintegrate explicitly says that creature can't be regenerated this turn, and that text means what it says, not something else. (Besides, if it would die that turn it's exiled instead, which regeneration doesn't help against in any event.)
Sorry. Playing 3rd edition cards. You responses prompted me to look up a picture on Google. Didn't realize text had changed. Thanks!
OP: I feel compelled to point out that even the Unlimited printing (which I assume is what you mean by 3rd Edition) says the creature can't be regenerated.
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