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My operating system:
XP Home SP3 IE6.0 (build 2600)

Afew months ago I installed SuperAntispyware.I uninstalled it after a few weeks but a small part of it is still in the registry.The file
SASKUTIL shows up as an error when I run check disc.
It causes no problem,it's just there.
Where would I find it in the registry? Should I just leave it alone?

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In reply to: SASKUTIL


Have you tried doing a search in the registry
I have Super antispyware installed and found the file in my registry

Start>run>regedit>edit>find>type in file and search

Hope this helps

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In reply to: saskutil

Thank's phil66, that's what I was needing.I could'nt remember how to access the Gittin old I guess.:-0

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In reply to: SASKUTIL

Well, considering that chkdsk and the registry really have nothing to do with one another, I think you might be getting things a bit confused.

If it were me, I wouldn't really worry about it. It's just a minor annoyance once in awhile when you run chkdsk, and if you're running chkdsk more than maybe once a month you've either got a failing hard drive, software corruption on a level where you should probably be thinking about formatting, or you're just running it excessively incorrectly thinking it's a good thing to do.

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Jimmy & Phil

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Thank you both for replies.For now I'm going to ignore this. Fish

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