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January 12, 2007 8:26:15 PM

I'm trying to re-install software on windows xp but it doesn't install because of previous entries in the registry. I therefore require a registry cleaner tool (preferably free) that will 'clean up' the registry and remove all the left-over crap from previously unistalled software that shouldn't be there.

Thanks!

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January 12, 2007 10:12:37 PM

I just finished testing five of them today.

My first choice - RegSupreme Pro. Only $17; you own it for life.

Tremendous cleaner with normal & aggressive settings AND documentation. Enthusiastic thumbs up.
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January 12, 2007 10:18:51 PM

Ok thanks, if I need it, I'll get it definitely - anything to have broadband internet working again on new pc! (long story)

not sure what $17 converts into english pounds (could hazard a guess if it is just a straight-forward conversion)
January 12, 2007 10:22:12 PM

not sure around 25 - 30 pounds perhaps.

go with what pscowboy suggested, he knows what he is talking about ;) 
January 12, 2007 10:23:44 PM

I think it is more the other way round i.e $2 = £1 therefore 8 or 9 quid
January 12, 2007 10:28:55 PM

I'm sorry you are right ;) 
July 26, 2010 10:42:07 AM

hi,

As u are looking for registry cleaner tool..in recent time i m also looking for it..by surfing on net i tried

upto 3 to 4 softwares ...i;e

Registry Mechanic
Registry Booster
Registry Cleaner
Ace Utilities

As all works fine ...but i can suggest "Registry Cleaner" of Systweak.. its new and works well..It cleans and
optimize registries..it increases my PC performance & smoothen speed..!!
With a single shot u can get rid of ur registries problems..

Definitely helps u try it..!!

http://www.systweak.com/RegistryCleaner/
October 12, 2010 10:01:48 AM

david_uk said:
I'm trying to re-install software on windows xp but it doesn't install because of previous entries in the registry. I therefore require a registry cleaner tool (preferably free) that will 'clean up' the registry and remove all the left-over crap from previously unistalled software that shouldn't be there.

Thanks!


I had encountered some similar issues like this on the net and some of these are resolved by using third party tools
Try to download a latest tools of team Paretologic called pc health advisor it is safe and free for cleaning the Windows registry and defragging.
I'm sure this is the tools you need.
October 12, 2010 2:56:59 PM

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