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Is it true that all I have to do is run a registry cleaner?

By babycattos ·
Does registry cleaning software really resolve the problem with Win 7 crashing constantly? Or is this this just a way for to get folks to purchase reg. clean software? If it's true is there a free and good program to use? If it's not true is there any software or any hotfix or any download that will stop Win 7 64bit from crashing?

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You are lost

by santeewelding In reply to Is it true that all I hav ...

To the "free" and to the "good".

Abandon all hope here. That is, until you hook up with your same.

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Why bother answering?

by babycattos In reply to You are lost

Do I need to tell you this is a rhetorical question? Why respond with your personal opinion which offers no information pertaining to my question?

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Ask microsoft support.

by AnsuGisalas In reply to Is it true that all I hav ...

Or ask a tech shop.

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Use Blue screen

by Enforcer Drive In reply to Is it true that all I hav ...

When your machine is booting up. Hold F8 after post. In the list of functions there should be an option to stop the machine rebooting when it blue screens. Next time it blue screens take note of the exact error. Type the exact name of the error into Google and you should get a good description of what is causing the error. If it is hardware, you will have to replace it. If it is software you will have to reload windows or possibly change some drivers.

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No, its not true

by Slayer_ In reply to Is it true that all I hav ...

Unused registry keys do not cause crashing. A large number of keys can reduce performance, but that's it.

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