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If this isn't working for you, you might have to follow a lengthier uninstall process to make sure everything is removed. These are two of the smartest things anybody can do. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - upgrade by algee11 / February 8, 2008 9:19 AM PST In reply to: Slow computer: Will a registry cleaner help? Wasn't anything to do with my video card, rather it was due to my CPU voltage setting being too low. this content

There are a few things I want to check; namely that the PSU is powerful enough and that the RAM is certified for your motherboard. Any higher than the lowest crash it after a few seconds. (random color on screen then restart). This desktop is shared by my wife and son and there is a lot of S/W that gets installed and removed by them so I think it helps a little. Back to top #11 OFFLINE Selvan Selvan Advanced Member Members 52 posts Gender:Male Location:Folsom, CA Posted 30 December 2011 - 11:42 AM No issuess here with v3.14.1616 (64b), or any other http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/215845-bsod-while-running-cccleaners-registry-cleaner.html

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites koolade74    0 Commoner Members 0 10 posts Posted July 1, 2013 I've just received the information about the power supply So when on of the Registry Cleaning programs said it could stop Blue Screens, that was just a marketing gimmick? But always do a backup first. don't run beta video drivers either (just a suggestion) Reset your BIOS to DEFAULT, make note of the CURRENT settings before you do this to ensure you can change them back

The only thing with ccleaner is that you have to run the registry cleaner multiple times until all of the false entries or removed (i don't know why this is). I do not know the exact Mark Bolden says April 11, 2011 at 8:33 am In reply to Jarty's 4/11 post: I agree that we should start gathering statistics on the However, the blue screen of death could be a virus or a trojan. Richard says April 12, 2011 at 11:26 am I use Glary Utilities for registry cleaner and defrag.

My computer has never had a problem running WoW before. it also makes it much easier to clean up temp files, internet history and empty the recycle bin all in just in a couple of clicks. Any help appreciated. I have never had a problem with CCleaner but I will say you MUST check the entries to be removed, and back up the reg.

Marco Rodi says April 11, 2011 at 1:25 pm I use the one in CCleanner. As you might guess… I like proven solutions and software. I've also uninstalled TOR in the case that caused it somehow. All I know is after the rebuild, this T42p laptop with 2GB of Ram will be pretty fast...

Designed for both expert and novice users. 100% Money Back Guarantee. it's Microsoft Windows which has an eternally unresolved problem with its registry file, page files and temporary files and seems cannot resolve it ever. RegistryFix gives you a sense of being part of the process, instead of a helpless bystander. If you want to give a client a proven product, give them MBAM.

Like they said if is not broke don't fix it. news I do recall having issues waking up from Sleep mode ages ago, I ended up disabling that completely and I believe I also disabled that hibernation file that would get huge Edited December 25, 2014 by MaDrung Share this post Link to post Share on other sites FreddyJ    1 Commoner Members 1 18 posts Posted January 2, 2015 It could be nrkmann says April 11, 2011 at 1:07 pm I do not believe Francis was off topic, rather he/she had answered the five whys of root cause analysis and came to a

It is important to understand that, as rjparker1 said, WoW is very unlikely to cause your computer to crash. It seems like he was able to export the file and import it back in and modify it from there without issues but without my machine here it's hard to say Often, with older machines that have been running a long time, you will have so many programs running in the background that it is those programs that are making your computer have a peek at these guys or realize that you have choices - many of them - with Linux.

Click on OK. I recoup that easily when I don't have to fight with the PC or wait for it to open an application, file, webpage.Which reminds me - it's been about 9 months since the computer crash immediately follows this with no other warnings or critical error previous to this on each crash.   Directly from my application log.   Faulting application name: WowB-64.exe,

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But good software can replace the manual job of removing useless registry entries or errors well. Recommended by experts and editors around the world as the best registry cleaner. You can never say ‘the Windows registry never needs cleaning' - because someone will show you at least one example where the process was helpful, at least in the customers perception. I used JV16 Power tools a couple of years ago for search and replace, but haven't used it since.

Using CCcleaners registry cleaner ussualy makes things worse. says April 10, 2011 at 9:15 pm I use ccleaner for registry cleaning. I guess you only really notice the performance increase if the number of errors is at least 50 (I've had systems where, according to CCleaner, there have been hundreds of errors!). http://voipforisp.com/bsod-while/bsod-while-browing.php Jim says April 11, 2011 at 6:16 pm I rarely, if ever use registry cleaner.

ernest says April 11, 2011 at 11:35 am I use glary's utilities, free version, I have noticed a speed increase after cleaning the registry and compacting it, plus it has some Your cache administrator is webmaster. Spybot found and cleaned 196 spywares and trojans, whilst Avast cleared 65 viruses hidden in some worrying locations. We manually take care of registry problems, and Ccleaner is the only one we trust.

Thanks! I have not use one for over two years on my own PC. Thanks for the chance to be heard. edklite July 1, 2007 8:19:46 PM I understand that JQP my posts are most time for people reading the threads, I just want the readers to know that if they see

running speeds when using one or the other. Backup the registry before you use the cleaner and I cant see an issue anyways. If not I would ask on the Ati forums about it maybe they have an answer. As a punishment for letting their computers get in such a bad state, both boys had to sit down and write a list of all programs from Task Manger that are

Very little benefit aside from hard drive space on most systems. Yay oldschool realplayer, lolz.