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Is there any sytem problems that stem from registry fixer/cleaners?
who do you recommend for this?
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I have never read a post in which anyone said that any problem was corrected by using a "Registry Cleaner."
I have read a great many posts which indicated that the problem began after using such an application.

Just say NO! to Registry Cleaners.

While there are times when a Registry tool is needed, "cleaning" is not one of them; and such tools should be used only by those who are sure of what they are doing, and then with utmost respect and caution.

Rather than worrying about "cleaning" my Registry, I take steps to be sure that it is backed up and quickly restorable.
To this end I use free ERUNT, and so should you.

ERUNT info and tutorial: http://www.larsheder...erunt/erunt.txt
ERUNT download: http://www.larsheder...nline.de/erunt/
(click on a 'Server')

Put ERUNT to work for you before making any changes to the Registry!
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