It doesn't look like a HP site. It doesn't look like a Microsoft site. And I don't think that Microsoft would agree that a certain Tony Kwon, if he was a Microsoft employee, would show up here as "technical support Microsoft" and recommend Regcure.
I wasn't surprised at all when Google found the following links:
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic172429.html (search for Kwon)
http://simple-pc-help.com/support/tony-kwon%27s-ugly-face.html (that's a very nice one, be SURE to have a look!)
Need I say more?
I am running 32bit SP2 Vista Home Premium on a Dell Inspiron 530. I have an HP all-in-one J6450 printer connected wirelessly and have had several problems with the software. In trying to resolve some printer problems at the moment I have uninstalled the printer(on the advice of HP support) and in trying to do a clean install keep getting a Fatal Error 2753. HP support has said this is a registry problem and some files are not being completely removed during uninstall. I have done a level 3 uninstall. This printer has worked fine in the past (with the computer/wireless). It works great as a copier/FAX. But I continually have problems with the software in conjunction with the computer. Does anyone have a clue of how to fix this Error 2753? The following is the info from HP support on the error.
[Error 2753 is a critical Windows error and is caused by a corrupt registry entry that should be repaired immediately to prevent further corruption in other applications and/or hardware. Risks include hardware failure, blue screen errors and fatal crashes.
Error 2753 symptoms include program lock ups, shut down or start up problems, slow pc performance, sluggish behaviour, screen freeze, beeping sounds, problems opening documents as well as issues during software installation]
One of their (HP) fixes recommends a download of a RegCure program. I include the link here http://simple-pc-help.com/support/error_2753.html?t202id=8844&t202kw=error%202753&gclid=COiLovC0_poCFcxM5QodpEAJdw
This is a "free" scan that then wants you to purchase their product. I t looked to me as if it was a MS download. In looking around the internet I found some not good things being said about it. If it would work I'd be tempted. Have been trying to fix this problem since July and have had good response from HP support via email but nothing is working!!! Thank you for any help you can give me.