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Registry Repair?

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Is there a free Registry Repair that is safe to use? Thanks
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Short answer: NO!

Actually, there is really no such thing as "Registry Repair" unless talking about a "Repair" installation of Windows itself. Each system's Registry is unique. There is no software that can analyze the Registry and tell you what is wrong, much less fix it. Registry "cleaners' simply remove "invalid" entries, and often even valid ones.

I have never read a post in which anyone said that using a Registry cleaner corrected any problem.
I have read many, many posts in which they have been reported as causing them.

Just say NO! to Registry "cleaners."

Say YES! to free ERUNT: http://www.larsheder...nline.de/erunt/

ERUNT makes a back-up of my complete Registry each day at first boot, and saves the last 30.
For the investment of 2min and a reboot, I can 'go-back/do-over' to any morning in the last month.

ERUNT tutorial: http://www.larsheder...erunt/erunt.txt

Put ERUNT to work for you before doing anything to your Registry!
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