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Registry Problems

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#1 Sharna0472


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Posted 03 July 2007 - 06:23 AM

Hello everyone. :flowers:
I think i may have done somthing really stupid :inlove: . Last month i was following some instructions that were given to me by Windows, saying that i had a drive problem ??? At that i started follow their really long instructions :thumbsup: . Anyway now when i start up the computer, there are four boxes that i have to cross off in turn, they say that certain files carnt be found :cool: . And also they carnt be found in the registry, and to remove any reference made to them if they are not used (i dont know). Well it would help if i could understand the language :) . Because this now means that my explanation to whoever can help me, is not a very good one.
SORRY!! Thank-You.

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#2 jwinathome


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Posted 03 July 2007 - 06:29 AM

Hey Sharna0472...would it be possible to post the directions that Windows gave to you? Did it have to do with removing spyware or something like that? It sounds like you deleted a file that has a startup registry key, and now when you start the computer, it doesn't know where to look.

Can you post exactly what the messages are that you receive?


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