With Tea-Timer running, everytime you add or delete a registry entry, it will pop up informing you of whats happening and if you wish to accept the change. This can continue to happen everytime you load up your PC if the deny was originally chosen then an an acceptance followed.
Think back to when you first started seeing the Tea-Timer pop ups. Were they after you had previously deleted a programme or added one? If so that can be why. If the programmes are ones you have not heard of, dont click on either the 'Allow' or 'Deny' button. Instead drag the pop up to the side and open google and type in the programme name and see what comes up.
Sometimes when you tell Tea-Timer to remember your answer, it still displays pop ups sometimes. You can reset Tea-Timer so these dont keep happening when you know the registry change is a safe one. Simply turn Tea-Timer off and then back on again.
In order to do this you must have Spybot in Advance mode. Open up Spybot and select 'Mode' at the top of the screen and then select advance. After this, goto the new options at the bottom and select 'Tools', then select 'Resident'. You will then see two checked items, now uncheck the second one,resident 'Tea-Timer' and close Spybot. Re-open Spybot and now check that option again with a tick and close. Tea-Timer is now reset.
It is VERY important that you DO NOT mess about with the other options that Spybot displays in Advance mode unless you are sure what you are doing. If you dont wish to use them, switch back to 'Default' mode.
Edited by graveangel, 26 August 2006 - 05:07 PM.