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deep registry fixes dont stay fixed


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asc 5 pro

ran deep care 156 problems

repaired

restarted and ran again

3 problems

restarted and ran again as administrator

3 problems (same ones)

restarted and ran again as administrator

16 problems (including original 3 high risk ones)

what now?

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Hi doc, welcome to the Iobit forums!

 

Please explain and provide more details... what is your concern? Are you having problems with you machine??

 

[Most Probable] You do realize that softwares that are commanded to run on start up will regenerate those registry entries??

 

 

From your CP: Please elaborate on this.

OS + Computer Details:win 7

 

Sincerely,

-Mel

Live long and prosper!

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Hi doc

Melvin is right!

But I want to add that you should realize that "High Risk" are the expression used for files where there are a high risk that the "cleaning" of them can possibly create trouble. In other words they are not dangerous to have, but may be dangerous to remove. (In some cases)(One should investigate if they are best left alone)

Some of the items removed are just records of what has been happening and are not necessary files, - they will be created anew when you do the same thing again. Many are temporary files.

 

Every time you do anything with the computer - start it, look at a file. having all the automatic function work, having tracking cookies contact their home office or whatever, - there will be a record of it.

So a computer is never totally clean in the sense that there are no items in it that doesn't have to be there. It doesn't really matter much if there are some MB of junk or other unwanted items in the computer. But if it is many hundreds of MB you will probably with your senses be able to see a difference between a cleaned and an uncleaned computer.

So I recommend not to run a cleaning incessantly

Cheers

solbjerg

 

asc 5 pro

ran deep care 156 problems

repaired

restarted and ran again

3 problems

restarted and ran again as administrator

3 problems (same ones)

restarted and ran again as administrator

16 problems (including original 3 high risk ones)

what now?

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not fixing all fixes thanks melvin and sobjerg. the pc works fine. but without any other sites visited just a scan, reboot, and second scan the item remained after being called fixed. just was curious. doc

 

thanks melvin and sobjerg. the pc works fine. but without any other sites visited just a scan, reboot, and second scan the item remained after being called fixed. just was curious. doc

Hi doc

Melvin is right!

But I want to add that you should realize that "High Risk" are the expression used for files where there are a high risk that the "cleaning" of them can possibly create trouble. In other words they are not dangerous to have, but may be dangerous to remove. (In some cases)(One should investigate if they are best left alone)

Some of the items removed are just records of what has been happening and are not necessary files, - they will be created anew when you do the same thing again. Many are temporary files.

 

Every time you do anything with the computer - start it, look at a file. having all the automatic function work, having tracking cookies contact their home office or whatever, - there will be a record of it.

So a computer is never totally clean in the sense that there are no items in it that doesn't have to be there. It doesn't really matter much if there are some MB of junk or other unwanted items in the computer. But if it is many hundreds of MB you will probably with your senses be able to see a difference between a cleaned and an uncleaned computer.

So I recommend not to run a cleaning incessantly

Cheers

solbjerg

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