free tool fixes crashes.

  johnnyrocker 19:28 30 Apr 04

click here


  johnnyrocker 19:34 30 Apr 04

sorry folks not as good as it implied ie it scans for free but you have to buy an unlocking key (found 110 on mine)
sorry to waste anyones time.


  GANDALF <|:-)> 19:36 30 Apr 04

It also found 110 on mine....and I had used regseeker, CCleaner and Norton Systemworks prior to downloading it.......cynical moi?


  Legolas 19:45 30 Apr 04

It only found 32 on mine :-(
I want to know where the other 78 went.

  Smiler 19:45 30 Apr 04

It found 508 on mine but I'm not paying the exorbitant price thay want for the key.

  woodchip 20:23 30 Apr 04

It found 35 so called errors on my 98se comp and it never crashes

  QQAA 21:53 30 Apr 04

i would prefer to leave it to my existing specialised registry tools to maintain system integrity, in the following stated order :

"RegSeeker" for a general reliable registry treatment click here

"Registry Clean Expert" for further diagnostic click here

"Registry Medic" for a final in-depth cleanings click here

  johnnyrocker 00:40 01 May 04

yep yer all right i am sorry for posting what i honestly thought was a useful piece of kit but at the end of the day tis all about free lunches lol


  johnnyrocker 00:51 01 May 04

personally i use rfa but it makes me wonder why the other prog found the amount of difficulties that existing security does not.


  gazza38 06:37 01 May 04

Registry Medic is a little too eager for my setup.
I had the paid for version,but after running MD,
found that Hollywood fx(transistions in Pinnacle
sudio)would no longer work.After restoring the registry backup,all was fine again.I know that you can customise settings,but i would rather have
tools that do the job correctly by themselves.
How would you know if at a later date if when you install a new piece of software that MD was stopping it from working? Trial and error?
more like hassle and more hassle.

Regards Gazza38

  GANDALF <|:-)> 10:14 01 May 04

'personally i use rfa but it makes me wonder why the other prog found the amount of difficulties that existing security does not' ;-))

I do recommend CCleaner from click here . Don't be put off by the name (you will see on the website), it is one of the best cleaning tools that I have ever used.


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