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kapil6271
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How to check issue is related with system registry or issue resolved by changing the registry setting?

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Chronos the 2nd

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A few more details would be useful. As in what exactly are you wanting to do?

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kapil6271

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For example i am getting an error during opening paticular pdf file, but that pdf file was working with another PC, So how can we check that this problem is related with Acrobat reader or windows registry?

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Chronos the 2nd

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It would help if you could actually provide basic information to make helping you a little easier.

What is the error message?

What operating system do you get the error message?

What operating system has the PC where you did not get an error message.

Is this a recent problem?

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lotvic

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See other thread http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forums/28/windows-7-help/4224119/user-profile/?pn=1

Not sure what's going with this pc. As per Chronos says - need more details

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alanrwood

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Easiest way to resolve is to install Foxit Reader and see if it opens in that.

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lotvic

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jaywoo on other thread has suggested that these sound like study/exam questions

I'm inclined to agree with jaywoo.

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christina.john

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type "regedit" in run, go to Hkeys-Local-.... and look for the particular settings. If you have encountered an issue with registry, i would suggest u to use a registry cleaner such as ccleaner or registry recycler. it will help u get rid of registtry error.

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lotvic

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christina.john is a SPAMMER trying to get Registry Recycler advertised. It is considered a useless program http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/what-is-registry-recycler-is-it-safe-registry-cleaner

There are absolutely no details on their website of which company or where it is based (no address or phone number etc) That leads me to think you do not know what you are downloading, could be anything from malware, spyware, virus etc etc.

A WhoIs Registrant check shows the contact as 'PrivacyProtect.org' which is uncontactable. (google it) I found 'privacyprotect.org is a smokescreen for swindlers' on www.webhostingtalk.com

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newbestgadget

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Follow the given instructions: Step 1. Launch Spybot S&D on your Windows 7, and now it is default mode. Spybot also has another advanced mode for user. Click "Mode -> Advanced mode" to turn it to advanced mode Step 2. After that you select "Tools" button at the left column and then press "System Internals" option, now you click "check" in order to search for whether there is any registry problems on Windows 7, and then repair them in time. That is all about how to repair Win7 registry problem with Spybot Search & Destroy, it is very simple for you. As a helpful Internet security facility, Spybot Search and Destroy will help you remove any threats from web such as: spyware, malware on your computer.

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