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Old December 21st 07, 08:48 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.performance
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Default Registry Cleaners - Free Registry Repair Software


Have you been having problems lately with your registry? There are
several reasons why windows registry errors occur. Common problems
include incomplete software application uninstalls, outdated data
entries and fragmented data. The resulting problems your computer will
show are slower performances, failure to execute common windows
applications and even the possibility of total system failure.
If you want to keep your registry in top notch you will have to make
use of registry software tools which can automatically cure your
windows registry. These programs come with default configurations
which allow them to fix the most common errors a computer will
encounter. This will ultimately improve the overall performance of
your computer.
It is also important to utilize a registry cleaner which can make
backups of your registry before it deletes the erroneous files. This
will allow you to restore any important registry files instantly if
the need be. You don't need to worry much about this as most registry
cleaners do just enough to restore your system to a good health and it
is rare that you will need to backup your registry....

Registry Repair: http://groups.google.com/group/regrepairsbv
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Old December 21st 07, 07:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.win98.performance
Gary S. Terhune[_2_]
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Default Registry Cleaners - Free Registry Repair Software

NEVER, EVER use a Registry Cleaner!!

NEVER!!!

EVER!!!

--
Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User
www.grystmill.com

wrote in message
...

Have you been having problems lately with your registry? There are
several reasons why windows registry errors occur. Common problems
include incomplete software application uninstalls, outdated data
entries and fragmented data. The resulting problems your computer will
show are slower performances, failure to execute common windows
applications and even the possibility of total system failure.
If you want to keep your registry in top notch you will have to make
use of registry software tools which can automatically cure your
windows registry. These programs come with default configurations
which allow them to fix the most common errors a computer will
encounter. This will ultimately improve the overall performance of
your computer.
It is also important to utilize a registry cleaner which can make
backups of your registry before it deletes the erroneous files. This
will allow you to restore any important registry files instantly if
the need be. You don't need to worry much about this as most registry
cleaners do just enough to restore your system to a good health and it
is rare that you will need to backup your registry....

Registry Repair: http://groups.google.com/group/regrepairsbv


  #3  
Old August 11th 08, 08:58 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.performance
rsayles
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Default Registry Cleaners - Free Registry Repair Software


Why do you suggest that a Registry Cleaner should not be used?

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote:

NEVER, EVER use a Registry Cleaner!!

NEVER!!!

EVER!!!

--
Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User
www.grystmill.com

wrote in message
...

Have you been having problems lately with your registry? There are
several reasons why windows registry errors occur. Common problems
include incomplete software application uninstalls, outdated data
entries and fragmented data. The resulting problems your computer will
show are slower performances, failure to execute common windows
applications and even the possibility of total system failure.
If you want to keep your registry in top notch you will have to make
use of registry software tools which can automatically cure your
windows registry. These programs come with default configurations
which allow them to fix the most common errors a computer will
encounter. This will ultimately improve the overall performance of
your computer.
It is also important to utilize a registry cleaner which can make
backups of your registry before it deletes the erroneous files. This
will allow you to restore any important registry files instantly if
the need be. You don't need to worry much about this as most registry
cleaners do just enough to restore your system to a good health and it
is rare that you will need to backup your registry....

Registry Repair: http://groups.google.com/group/regrepairsbv



  #4  
Old August 11th 08, 07:54 PM posted to microsoft.public.win98.performance
Gary S. Terhune[_2_]
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Default Registry Cleaners - Free Registry Repair Software

Because they quite often offer up items for deletion that should NOT be
deleted, and relatively few users know the difference. Thus we regularly get
systems that somebody tried to "fix" or "tune-up" using a Registry Cleaner
(and usually additional utilities that are just as bad) only to make things
worse to the point of requiring a full reformat and reinstallation. Unless,
of course, the user happens to have a backup to resort to.

--
Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User
http://grystmill.com

"rsayles" wrote in message
...

Why do you suggest that a Registry Cleaner should not be used?

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote:

NEVER, EVER use a Registry Cleaner!!

NEVER!!!

EVER!!!

--
Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User
www.grystmill.com

wrote in message
...

Have you been having problems lately with your registry? There are
several reasons why windows registry errors occur. Common problems
include incomplete software application uninstalls, outdated data
entries and fragmented data. The resulting problems your computer will
show are slower performances, failure to execute common windows
applications and even the possibility of total system failure.
If you want to keep your registry in top notch you will have to make
use of registry software tools which can automatically cure your
windows registry. These programs come with default configurations
which allow them to fix the most common errors a computer will
encounter. This will ultimately improve the overall performance of
your computer.
It is also important to utilize a registry cleaner which can make
backups of your registry before it deletes the erroneous files. This
will allow you to restore any important registry files instantly if
the need be. You don't need to worry much about this as most registry
cleaners do just enough to restore your system to a good health and it
is rare that you will need to backup your registry....

Registry Repair: http://groups.google.com/group/regrepairsbv





  #5  
Old December 16th 08, 01:49 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.performance
mickabersdad
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Default Registry Cleaners - Free Registry Repair Software

What about a situation where I used "Disk Cleanup" in XP, and now I can't
watch any online videos. Message from websites say I need to enable Java
Scripts. I have checked under security tab, and Java Scripts is engaged. When
I go to Adobe to download Flash Player it will not engage the download. What
do I do to fix this mess???

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote:

Because they quite often offer up items for deletion that should NOT be
deleted, and relatively few users know the difference. Thus we regularly get
systems that somebody tried to "fix" or "tune-up" using a Registry Cleaner
(and usually additional utilities that are just as bad) only to make things
worse to the point of requiring a full reformat and reinstallation. Unless,
of course, the user happens to have a backup to resort to.

--
Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User
http://grystmill.com

"rsayles" wrote in message
...

Why do you suggest that a Registry Cleaner should not be used?

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote:

NEVER, EVER use a Registry Cleaner!!

NEVER!!!

EVER!!!

--
Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User
www.grystmill.com

wrote in message
...

Have you been having problems lately with your registry? There are
several reasons why windows registry errors occur. Common problems
include incomplete software application uninstalls, outdated data
entries and fragmented data. The resulting problems your computer will
show are slower performances, failure to execute common windows
applications and even the possibility of total system failure.
If you want to keep your registry in top notch you will have to make
use of registry software tools which can automatically cure your
windows registry. These programs come with default configurations
which allow them to fix the most common errors a computer will
encounter. This will ultimately improve the overall performance of
your computer.
It is also important to utilize a registry cleaner which can make
backups of your registry before it deletes the erroneous files. This
will allow you to restore any important registry files instantly if
the need be. You don't need to worry much about this as most registry
cleaners do just enough to restore your system to a good health and it
is rare that you will need to backup your registry....

Registry Repair: http://groups.google.com/group/regrepairsbv





  #6  
Old December 16th 08, 03:11 PM posted to microsoft.public.win98.performance
Buffalo
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Default Registry Cleaners - Free Registry Repair Software



mickabersdad wrote:
What about a situation where I used "Disk Cleanup" in XP, and now I
can't watch any online videos. Message from websites say I need to
enable Java Scripts. I have checked under security tab, and Java
Scripts is engaged. When I go to Adobe to download Flash Player it
will not engage the download. What do I do to fix this mess???


Perhaps you could try uninstalling Java and reinstalling it or even try the
System Restore feature in XP.


  #7  
Old December 17th 08, 05:09 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.performance
MEB[_2_]
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"Buffalo" wrote in message
...
|
|
| mickabersdad wrote:
| What about a situation where I used "Disk Cleanup" in XP, and now I
| can't watch any online videos. Message from websites say I need to
| enable Java Scripts. I have checked under security tab, and Java
| Scripts is engaged. When I go to Adobe to download Flash Player it
| will not engage the download. What do I do to fix this mess???
|
|
| Perhaps you could try uninstalling Java and reinstalling it or even try
the
| System Restore feature in XP.
|

May need to download the driver installations locally. Definitely needed for
JAVA if it balks at web install, and if you want the other junk,, err, Flash
and Shockwave, download those as well [one download IIRC]. To ensure you
have the old JAVA version uninstalled, download and run Microsoft's "Windows
Install Clean up Utility" [located in OFFICE downloads] if you can't
uninstall it from the Control Panel or Installed Programs..

Might also want to check the browser's settings and make sure you haven't
disabled scripting and JAVA. Also make sure you haven't disabled scripting
globally [system-wise] via a tweak or hive modification..
AND if running FireFox and have installed NO SCRIPT you will need to enable
scripting for the particular site, DO NOT enable for all sites, but on a
site by site basis.

--
MEB
http://peoplescounsel.org
a Peoples' counsel

Windows diagnostics/Security/Networking:
http://peoplescounsel.org/ref/windows-main.htm
_ _
~~


  #8  
Old March 2nd 09, 12:58 PM posted to microsoft.public.win98.performance
preciousone
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Posts: 1
Default Registry Cleaners - Free Registry Repair Software


Good morning: I have been receiving this message on yahoo: SERVER ERROR
40402 , now is this a registry fix up,in some other information I have read
say it is registry problem.. I have defrag my laptop,, I can't add
information on yahoo on my contail details, when i save the information. I am
getting frustrated, i trust microsoft's products, Do you however have a free
download website that i can down load this to fix this problem,,, I would
appreciate some advise on what to do with my problem I am having. I don't
trust no other products except Microsoft, thank you for your time.. I look
forward to hearing from your response.

L.Zeke
" wrote:


Have you been having problems lately with your registry? There are
several reasons why windows registry errors occur. Common problems
include incomplete software application uninstalls, outdated data
entries and fragmented data. The resulting problems your computer will
show are slower performances, failure to execute common windows
applications and even the possibility of total system failure.
If you want to keep your registry in top notch you will have to make
use of registry software tools which can automatically cure your
windows registry. These programs come with default configurations
which allow them to fix the most common errors a computer will
encounter. This will ultimately improve the overall performance of
your computer.
It is also important to utilize a registry cleaner which can make
backups of your registry before it deletes the erroneous files. This
will allow you to restore any important registry files instantly if
the need be. You don't need to worry much about this as most registry
cleaners do just enough to restore your system to a good health and it
is rare that you will need to backup your registry....

Registry Repair: http://groups.google.com/group/regrepairsbv

  #9  
Old August 28th 09, 04:08 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.performance
George
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Default Registry Cleaners - Free Registry Repair Software

By whatever means neccessary.


"MEB" wrote:



"Buffalo" wrote in message
...
|
|
| mickabersdad wrote:
| What about a situation where I used "Disk Cleanup" in XP, and now I
| can't watch any online videos. Message from websites say I need to
| enable Java Scripts. I have checked under security tab, and Java
| Scripts is engaged. When I go to Adobe to download Flash Player it
| will not engage the download. What do I do to fix this mess???
|
|
| Perhaps you could try uninstalling Java and reinstalling it or even try
the
| System Restore feature in XP.
|

May need to download the driver installations locally. Definitely needed for
JAVA if it balks at web install, and if you want the other junk,, err, Flash
and Shockwave, download those as well [one download IIRC]. To ensure you
have the old JAVA version uninstalled, download and run Microsoft's "Windows
Install Clean up Utility" [located in OFFICE downloads] if you can't
uninstall it from the Control Panel or Installed Programs..

Might also want to check the browser's settings and make sure you haven't
disabled scripting and JAVA. Also make sure you haven't disabled scripting
globally [system-wise] via a tweak or hive modification..
AND if running FireFox and have installed NO SCRIPT you will need to enable
scripting for the particular site, DO NOT enable for all sites, but on a
site by site basis.

--
MEB
http://peoplescounsel.org
a Peoples' counsel

Windows diagnostics/Security/Networking:
http://peoplescounsel.org/ref/windows-main.htm
_ _
~~



  #10  
Old September 8th 09, 01:19 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.performance
tina
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Default Registry Cleaners - Free Registry Repair Software

i see you are saying to never run a registry cleaner. i have an issue with
my laptop in which it will download microsoft updates but give an error on
why it cant install them. followed everything that can be done to load it
and was told it is a toshiba computer problem. i talked with toshiba and
they say that it is a registry glitch. of course i did try to run a registry
cleaner and it didnt fix the problem that i still have which is that this
laptop can not install any updates. i am at my whits end and now am paranoid
since i just got done running the registry cleaner (not that it worked)

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote:

Because they quite often offer up items for deletion that should NOT be
deleted, and relatively few users know the difference. Thus we regularly get
systems that somebody tried to "fix" or "tune-up" using a Registry Cleaner
(and usually additional utilities that are just as bad) only to make things
worse to the point of requiring a full reformat and reinstallation. Unless,
of course, the user happens to have a backup to resort to.

--
Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User
http://grystmill.com

"rsayles" wrote in message
...

Why do you suggest that a Registry Cleaner should not be used?

"Gary S. Terhune" wrote:

NEVER, EVER use a Registry Cleaner!!

NEVER!!!

EVER!!!

--
Gary S. Terhune
MS-MVP Shell/User
www.grystmill.com

wrote in message
...

Have you been having problems lately with your registry? There are
several reasons why windows registry errors occur. Common problems
include incomplete software application uninstalls, outdated data
entries and fragmented data. The resulting problems your computer will
show are slower performances, failure to execute common windows
applications and even the possibility of total system failure.
If you want to keep your registry in top notch you will have to make
use of registry software tools which can automatically cure your
windows registry. These programs come with default configurations
which allow them to fix the most common errors a computer will
encounter. This will ultimately improve the overall performance of
your computer.
It is also important to utilize a registry cleaner which can make
backups of your registry before it deletes the erroneous files. This
will allow you to restore any important registry files instantly if
the need be. You don't need to worry much about this as most registry
cleaners do just enough to restore your system to a good health and it
is rare that you will need to backup your registry....

Registry Repair: http://groups.google.com/group/regrepairsbv





 




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