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Hi I am running Advanced System Care 62 Pro. Everything seems to be running good except when I do a scan with the Register Cleaner, its telling me I have 1 problem with the MUI cache. When I hit start fixing (which I have run several times) it shows anywhere from 4-16 registry keys to be fixed. It says high level threats. So far it says its fixed 327, but the same ones keep showing up. What should I do? I have gotten rid of some programs since installing ASC but I still have it all in my recycle bin. Ty for any help with this problem. Debi

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Welcome to the forum :smile:


When you write "high level threats" I guess you mean they are High Risk this means there is a high risk of there being a problem if you delete them.

I don't delete any High Risk items during normal cleanup, I would only ever delete them if I was sure they were causing a problem and only after making a backup of the registry.

Registry items are constantly being created so you will never get a totally 'clean' registry.


I suggest you un-tick Enable Deep Clean and not worry about those items




See the thread Registry cleaner necessary! for a discussion on cleaning the registry


P.S. I moved your thread to the Advanced SystemCare 6 section


All the best, woz of oz

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Hi DebiWed,


Welcome to our forums! :-D


To solve this issue, please follow the steps below:


1) Down Registry Fix.zip from the link below:


http://wikisend.com/download/322560/Registry Fix.zip


2) Extract the zipped file >> Double click Scantest.exe to run it.


If the issue still exists, please send the Scantest.log to us for further check.


Thank you.

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