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Registry repair programs - any good ones?

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I am thinking of getting a program to check out my registry.
Do these work and if so are there any recommendations?


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Edited by Nightstryk, 02 October 2005 - 06:16 PM.

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jvpower tools, norton utilities.
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I use WinASO it dose a very good job, but you do have to be care full not to over do it, I have seen cases of computer being very damaged by registry cleaners. Most of the time it is save, but some times it is not.
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Yes. There is one I use - Registry Cleaner by AMUST software.

It's uses some kind of smart clean.. Very safe and correct tool.

It's more accurate than Registry Mechanic and others.. :tazz:
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