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I ran one of those Registry error finders. It tells me I have 278 Registry errors. However, and, of course, when you click on "Fix-it" you are required to purchase the antidote.

There are many of these so called Registry programmes out there.
I would like to know which I could trust to do the job they say they can, or would someone like to tell me how to remove these errors myself, assuming, of course I have 278 errors.

Thank-you.

Ipar13

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Only 278 errors?

Do nothing. Your system is fine.

All those socalled registry error finders are considered a scam by most of us. All they find: money for their makers.

Kees

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That's a scam.

And let's be honest here. If there were 278 errors wouldn't your machine fail to boot and operate? Color me orange.
Bob

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