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Whats a good Registry Fixing Software?

Posted on 2009-04-14
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Hey guys,
Cleaning pc's with Malware bytes, Spybot search & destroy, Ad-aware, Smitfraud, and with any Antivirus is one thing, but whats the latest and greatest tool out there that can fix a pc that has a bunch of messed up registry keys?  Im talkin about after cleaning a machine from infections there may be services that dont start right, or the IE browser dosent open at all, or the nic gets disabled? you know stupid little stuff like that, that makes you wish that you just went ahead and wiped the machine out.

So guys the question is what is some good software that can go in after the cleaning is done and no more threats are found to make sure things are where they are supposed to be?
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I swear by CCleaner, wipes all sorts of dross from the registry and can back up all changes - you'll need to run it multiple times to make sure you get everything
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use Registry Mechanic, its free and good in fixing the reg errors

http://www.pctools.com/registry-mechanic/download/?ref=google_rm&gclid=CPHwv_rV8JkCFYU-3godX3mqRg
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