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Registry errors

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#1 Mr.lal


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Posted 18 May 2009 - 07:03 PM

Hi everybody!

I'm new to this community & this is my 1st forum i'm posting it 2 U.

I 've 512mb RAM 80gb HDD & AMD semphron
I've dual boot in my system with xp professional & win 2003 server.
One day I download a game "crimson road" from "http://www.gametop.com/download-free-games/crimson-road/"
& installed it to play.(in win xp Pro)
Later i uninstalled the game & run a registry cleaner software 'jv16 powertools' & 'ccleaner' for complete uninstallation.
The next day when i switch on my PC ,I found the following errors occured in my PC:-
1) the dual boot option was not shown.Instead the screen was displaying
"Invalid boot . ini file
Boot from C:\windows"
Then it automatically loads the 'win xp pro' OS
2) no 'boot.ini' tab was there in 'msconfig.exe'
3) when i open 'system properties-Advanced-startup & recovery-settings'
it displays an error-"The c:\boot.ini file can not be opened. Operating system & Timeout settings can not be changed"
4) On the desktop, 'right click\New\Notepad' or 'New\word text document' option is not found.
5) when I try to create the 'Quick launch ' toolbar ,it displays an error:- "Cannot create the toolbar"

So please help me to fix all these issues.
Waiting for ur reply.

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#2 xblindx


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Posted 18 May 2009 - 08:00 PM

I'm just going to give you this warning, however in your case, its too late.

Registry cleaners are not necessary. Cleaning your registry will not result in noticeable speed improvements and should only be done if you are receiving errors. You should ALWAYS BACK UP your registry before making any changes to it. Different cleaners have different definitions of what "junk" is, and some can/will delete needed registry entries, corrupting the computer.

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