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How do you fix your registry?


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kenshi

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HOw do you know what's wrong with the Reg and thus fix it?
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Have a go with the trial of TuneUp run the registry clean up and it will show if there are errors, which you can choose to correct.

The regdefrag will show if the registry can be reduced, optional.

TuneUp
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Is there anyway of detecting an error without using a program?
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Try Registry First Aid (search google). I use it and was able to delete over 800 erroneous registry entries.
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How can you check your network configurations to see if it's correctly setup?
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