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mjkohler

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May i have some advice please.

On running a couple of test programs recently I have found that i have approx 700 errors in my registry.

I downloaded Registry Mechanic 4 and was all set to use it when i read a review that said it stunk. And had spyware etc...

Can someone recommend a good registry cleaning program for someone who knows nothing about the registry.

Thank You :tazz:
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Try Tune UP Trial, run disc clean up then registry clean up then click optimize to run reg defrag, takes a while then needs reboot

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Many Thanks.

Thought I had lost my p.c. last night.

It crashed and told me that boot sequence had changed.

After trying to start it a couple of times, I rested it and tried again and it worked thankfully.

Took off all p.c. tune up and spyware blockers except for Norton and adaware.

'Tune Up Trial' will be a good place to start again.

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If you can, let me know how it goes, have only been able to run it from clean installs, and as such have only seen it from a preventetive maintainance angle, so would be interested to know how it manages PC's which have errors

Edited by Keith, 27 April 2005 - 03:44 PM.

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Am happy to,

If you dont here back from me for awhile I may have crashed. :tazz:
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