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Doing my monthly registry cleanout by hand...with Registry First Aid...

Down in the H_C_U key, under Software, there were a lot of questionable entries lately...more than usual.

I opened each folder and identified various key words...did a google search on each, those that proved useless, I deleted...

But, one ZEON reference called up 17 registry wide entries...

The few reference were as follows, ...can anyone enlighten me as to whether to keep it or delete it...?

On first blush it appears that this ZEON refers to IExplorer...

0 Key: "[HKEY_CURRENT_USER] Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SQM"
Match is in the value name: ""ServerFreezeOnUpload""""

1 Key: "[HKEY_CURRENT_USER] Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Zoom"
Match is in the value name: ""ResetTextSizeOnStartup""""

2 Key: "[HKEY_CURRENT_USER] Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Zoom"
Match is in the value name: ""ResetTextSizeOnZoom""""

3 Key: "[HKEY_CURRENT_USER] Software\ZEON"
Match is in the key name: ""ZEON""""

4 Key: "[HKEY_CURRENT_USER] Software\ZEON\DocuCom\PDF Driver"
Match is in the value data: ""General"" = ""C:\Documents and Settings\b1caez01\Application Data\Zeon\DocuCom\PDF Driver\General.ini""


Match is in the value data: ""ValueName"" = ""ResetTextSizeOnZoom""
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To be honest I try not to go through and delete registry entries manually. I use CCleaner which is free and thats it. You can walk a fine line doing that by hand.
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Yes, I hear you, but I go where angels fear to tread all the time...that's how you learn neat stuff :whistling: It's not causing any harm...but I am the obsessive type, I like to know just what's afoot at all times, everywhere....

Just rechecked MS and it appears that it has something to do with the CPU unit...chippy stuff... So, untouched it shall remain...

Edited by b1caez01, 22 December 2006 - 03:29 PM.

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