Repair ActiveX/COM files and subsection files

I run Windows XP Pro SP II. I havbe corruption in ActiveX/ COM files and subsection files. What is a good utility to repair? Thank you,
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sramesh2kCommented:
dbessis,

I still use iolo System Mechanic v3.x which creates Undo REG files. Some report that Easy Cleaner is also good.
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dbessisAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
What do you think about MightyMax? Is this serious?
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sramesh2kCommented:
dbessis,

Not used that product, but in general make sure that the program has some Undo methods or restore point type operation. In many cases I've seen, registry cleaners cause cosmetic & functional problems which the user notice after few days.

IMHO, backup before cleaning the registry, and test the operation of the system after cleaning.
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