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does any1 kno about pcdocpro and is it gd

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can you please reply back with more info in english if possible? I'm not sure what your asking.

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does anyone know about pcdocpro and is it good
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ok, I looked at it. it appears to be more hype then product. I could recomend a bunch of stuff out there that is free or low cost that does the same thing.
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what can you recommend
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I whole-heartedly agree. I took a look at the website for the program and honestly could not find exaxtly what this program does! What functionality were you looking for that program to do? Registry cleaning, anti-spyware? As starjax mentioned, there are a number of freeware or low priced apps that are known to do a great job at many of these tasks. Once we know what you are looking to do, we can make recs on what programs to look at.

Cheers,
Tom

ok, I looked at it.  it appears to be more hype then product.  I could recomend a bunch of stuff out there that is free or low cost that does the same thing.

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i thought it fixed the registry i dunno i need some thing to fix the registry i hav loads of problems
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ccleaner, cleanup!, jv power tools, norton utilities, registry mechanic5.0.
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does norton system work 1 button checkup fix the reg
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Norton Utilities One Button Checkup won't look at everything on your PC, and it may not fix all the ills. But it's a smart first step when you first install Norton SystemWorks with Norton Utilities or when you want to check your system between running the full-fledged doctors available

what you want to run, if you have norton utilities, is Windoctor.
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is norton speed disk the same as disk dfrg coz i cant get that to work

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Hello,

On the freeware front, I have had good luck with a freeware program called "Regseeker" and you can check it out at: http://www.hoverdesk.net/freeware.htm

Cheers,
Tom

i thought it fixed the registry i dunno i need some thing to fix the registry i hav loads of problems

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hope this works
thanx
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