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Posted 18 January 2010 - 09:54 AM

I'm a newbe, so I would like to apologize up front for any mistakes.
I recently cleaned ‘Internet Security 2010’ off my XP Home Edition, Thanks to the tutorial posted on this site. But I have a follow-up question.
After the Malwarebytes procedure I discovered that there was residue left on my computer ie…
the folder C:\Avenger containing sdra64.exe & a data file
Which I deleted. I then checked the registry for ‘Avenger’ and discovered that IS2010 had left a tremendous amount of entries, so much that regedit will not display the registry properly anymore.

Question: What is the best free program to remove unused fragments from the registry without doing any harm?
I would appreciate any help, Thanks.

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