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Registry Errors?!

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So I DLed two Registry fixer-uppers. Uniblue registry Booster and RegSeeker. One found 450 bad Registries and the other found more than 1000, What causes these Registry errors?

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Normal windows usage...

Just about everything you do effects it in some way so its a good idea to run a tool now and again to clean it up. Make sure you check whatever tool your using wants to remove. If anything that your computer is using or needs to run gets removed it will cause a lot of trouble as you might imagine.

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Or:

registry of uninstalled apps

registry to removed system files (old drivers)

ad-ware that pops up advertises

and of course - viruses.

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id say trust the one with the lowest number of errors, but, im not sure
Wat. If the one with bigger amount of errors sees them then it's more like "I'm better, I see more bad stuff" not like you say. Trust one with more errors.

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Normal windows usage...

Just about everything you do effects it in some way so its a good idea to run a tool now and again to clean it up. Make sure you check whatever tool your using wants to remove. If anything that your computer is using or needs to run gets removed it will cause a lot of trouble as you might imagine.

Zielak, just as Eon8 said... The one with less errors will be less likely to remove something you need. The one with less is probably the better choice.

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Are you using a trial one? Because they usually make you buy it by saying there are lots of errors and the only way to fix them is to buy it. I have no errors, except for broken shortcuts (I think that's what it was.).

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CCleaner is the best registry fixer I've ever used and it cleans up broken shortcuts registry errors and everything like that but it also asks what all you wanna delete

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