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Worry Wart

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Okay, I am not new. I had to join so I could post questions. I was under the name December. I couldn't remember my password or name, the one I had written down wasn't right. Anyway you could not of emailed me the right information. I was using a (I call it a tower) about 4 years old, when my daughter decided she wanted it. I am now on a very old tower, it has Windows 98, I believe SE. Have alot of problems, did have RegCure, but couldn't get it small enough for me to use it with windows 98. The tec's at RegCure and I have tried everything, All I needed to do was run it and we're pretty sure it would of corrected the errors. If anyone thinks they can help me, please contact me. Oh yes, I think I should of posted this in Windows 98 Forum, but I don't have one exact quest ion, need to relate what it's doing. Thank You Worry Wart
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Worry Wart,

I remember you from before, as December. :) I would strongly recommend against running Regcure - we do not advise the use of registry cleaners at all. I'm going to move this to the Windows 98 forum, but it would be helpful if you could give some exact descriptions of the problems you're encountering. That way, one of our techs can better help you get the problems fixed and get you running again.

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