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How do you fix Registry errors?

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Computer keeps crashing, getting the Blue Screen.  Figured out the errors are all Registry related.  Bought a Registry program to fix errors.  Program always leaves 6 errors that it can not fix... and the computer still crashes.

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Hi,

 

If the crash is a result of a corrupted registry then use the Windows restore point process, going back to a date when the crash didn't occur.  If you are using Norton, then turn off tamper protection before attempting the restore process.

 

Registry cleaner products will not fix all registry errors. Sometimes multiple passes are needed with multiple products and even then all errors might not be resolved.

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Run this windows check

 

Hold down the 'Windows key' (bottom row on keyboard with windows flag logo) and 'r' key at same time

 

When the 'run' box appears type or paste in       sfc /scannow            and hit 'ok' 

 

Note. space between  sfc and  /

 

Let the scan go to 100%

 

Windows will repair some issues unless your registry is too corrupt.

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