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Hi,everyone! Moved to XP


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#1 gna21

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 11:10 AM

Hi, I am hoping that there is some help out there for my prehistoric computer. I had bought this Northgate pc/desktop in 2005. It is Windows xp home edition.It has crashed a couple times in the last year. I am trying to make sure it is fully protected, now that I know the importance of adaware/firewall/antivirus software. Only problem is-I have been getting error messages since cleaning the registry. I don't know a ton about computers, but unfortuanately I have picked up on things since needing help to restore my desktop thru cybertechhelp.com's forum.
The message I am getting Is"Linksys Easy Link Advisor.exe failed to initialize application #0xc0000135"Then press ok.
I have tried to scan with the registry fixer on this site, and that also had and error message. I forgot what that was. It seems to be endless the errors my computer is giving me. Hope someone out there has an idea about what I can try to do.At least the computer seems to be running fairly good, just startup is very long/slow...

Edited by garmanma, 11 March 2009 - 12:18 PM.


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#2 garmanma

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 12:22 PM

Welcome to BC
BC does not promote the use of any registry cleaners. Unfortunately, We do not control the ads on the site which is probably where you saw Registry Fixer

I am moving you to our XP forum so you can get the help you need
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