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Unrelated files in registry.

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I ran a Regfix program on my that turned up many unrelated files in my registry. It listed them for me, but would not remove them without a substantial subscription.

Since I know which files are superfluous, can I go through the Reg myself and remove them? Should I use Regedit or Regedt32? Can I backup the files I remove in case of lap-top kiniptions?

I'm hoping for a yes to the first part. Thanks in advance.
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Hello :tazz:

Without knowing what the Registry entries are, it's difficult to say whether you should remove them.

See these links for backing up the Registry...Regards,
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