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#1 helpme80

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 03:58 PM

i ran uniblue registry cleaner today and it came up with an invalid driver path. not sure what it means but the staus of my registry is poor compared to all of the other areas. this seems to be the only error that comes up in the scan and cleaning. its location says:

hkey_local_machine/system/currentcontrolset/services/wanatw
contains an invalid path system32/DRIVERS/wanatw4.sys


Then when i click on clean it cannot be cleaned. it will say 0 out of 1 cleaned and ill scan it again and it is the same.

what do i do???

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 04:58 PM

Prevx Says...

<<what do i do???>>

I can't tell you that...I can tell you what I would do.

I'd check on the Web for a definitive idea of what this file might be, bearing in mind that filenames alone don't mean much. A file has to be in the right location and close to the right size I expect...before I would give my suspicions a funeral.

Since, if legal, this file has been linked to AOL...I'd quickly determine if I have somehow (mistakenly) installed AOL on my system.

I'd also take a look in Services and see what's running there.

You get the idea.

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 05:55 PM

im sorry im new to this but can u tell me how to look at the services? or do u mean uniblue lol




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