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WinMan

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Thank you! :)
I followed your directons - great and straightforward to follow! And using TuneUp Utiliies 2010 got my registry issue resolved.

Thanks again!

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ildayslanights

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I tried going through your steps, but when i got my Dell XPS 400 it did come with several discs, but only 1 for XP and it was titled "Reinstallation DVD Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 with Update Rollup 2. Is this the disc that you are speaking of in your post? If so, it didn't work properly and kept giving me an error to use the right disc. What disc do I need? Also, TuneUp utilities has changed a lot since you posted, could you give us an update to the steps? I 've been trying so many things to fix this issue and nothing is working. Please help?
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I was having this exact problem, the computer did not have very much RAM, and I frequently got messages about insufficient RAM. I bought a 2 x 1 GB set and installed it and the computer is very much faster, BUT I still have the problem - so I do not think it is RAM.
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Hi,

just want to report that for me the solution was in a registry defragmentation. I did it with the tool NTREGOPT (http://www.larsheder...nline.de/erunt/) but probably you can get the same result with TuneUp.

Just don't run _only_ the registry-repair of TuneUP, it's a good practice, but not a solution for this issue (at least in my case).


-- LuKe
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