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does anybody kno any really good free registry fixes
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btw does the norton 1 button checkup find reg problems i tried a trial version of reg mechanic and it found 198 problems but my m8 sed that sometimes they say u hav loads so that u buy it

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Edited by Supercalifragilistic, 16 July 2005 - 03:46 PM.

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norton 1 button check up only found 14 invalid windows reg problems
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wot about HJT
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Hiya

just to let you know that HJT should not be used to remove anything UNLESS you have been trained in its use. HJT is a very powerfull tool in the right hands, but an extremely dangerous one if used poorly. It does not tell you which entries are good or bad, that is where the training comes in. If you want a good automatic, free reg. cleaner, then try Reg Seeker.

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thanx
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Old thread, but I use jvpowertools and have been very happy with it for a few months now.
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