Try using System Restore to return your PC to an earlier date before the problem arose.
Start->All Programs->Accessories->System Tools->System Restore
If that's successful, get rid of Regseeker (get rid of it anyway. Registry cleaning utilities can often do more harm than good, esp. the freeware ones.
If you want recommendations for one you can trust, I have no hesitation in recommending "RegSupreme", "RegSupreme Pro" or "jv16 Powertools" from here:http://www.macecraft.com/
But really your PC will give you fewer problems if you leave the Registry alone or at least don't use a registry cleaner which does everything automatically without giving you the chance to review the errors it's found one by one before allowing that entry to be changed. jv16 Power Tools lets you see each registry error individually (with a full explanation) so you can spot any mis-identified errors and exclude them from being altered. But having said that, it's never given me any mis-identified errors in the 6 months I've been using it.
Edited by pip22, 19 May 2007 - 03:49 AM.