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dakotapicker

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Hi
I thought I had fixed my lockup problem, but it is back.
I have a 4 year old Dell, running 98 SE.
I also have CCleaner, SpywareBot, and Max Resitry Cleaner.
When my PC locks up I go to Max and run the Deep clean and every time I get 4 problems and they are all the same.

Section Severity Type Value Name
HKey_local_machine\softw high Deep C:Window\tempinternetfil cachepath

And there will be 4 all alike.
I hope this narrows it down.
After using Max it may work all day or 5 min. It will lock up in email CNN etc.
Thanks
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:whistling:
Our problem is getting worse, I am about to haul this out to the dump and get a new computer. I have bought Max Registry Cleaner etc and nothing seems to help.
The Max works for 30 seconds to half hour before it locks up. I hate to get rid of a 4 year old computer , but this is getting crazy.
Paul
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In my sig ther is a link to tuneup trial
there is a registry cleaner and disk cleaner on the second tab and an registry defrag on the optimize tab.
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