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Registry Error

By D.C. ·
I get this error on startup:

"Windows encountered an error inthe system registry. Please close your programs and restart Windows now.

You may lose some of the information from the current session. Restarting will allow the registry to reinitialize.
RESTART WINDOWS <button>"
No matter how many times I restart, I get this error on startup.

Also, a dialup program gives this error:
"Run-time error 429

ActiveX component can't create object

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by dmiles In reply to Registry Error

You can use the ERD to reinstall the files to original configuration or if you have TWEAKUI on your machine open from the control panel,when the windows open click on the Repair Tab,use the right arrow in the drop down list and select system files and it will restore system files also there is a Registry settings,that will reset the registry.Good Luck

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by D.C. In reply to Registry Error

i ended up by using a newer copy of Norton Disk Doctor, and Win Doctor. It ran for 45 minutes, and found registry errors. I deleted them, and the problem dissapeared.

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by Bodhi In reply to Registry Error

1.The first way to resolve this problem is to boot into command prompt only and run scanreg.exe
2.If this fails to try reinstalling Windows without removing your aplications, this should rebuild your windows registry.
3.The hard way is to clean your previous Windows installation (remove the directory) and do a clean install.
4.If all else fails try to see if your hard-drive is working properly. The best way is to back-up your important data and repartition your hard drive (fdisk, format) andafterwards install windows and your applications.

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by D.C. In reply to Registry Error

i ended up by using a newer copy of Norton Disk Doctor, and Win Doctor. It ran for 45 minutes, and found registry errors. I deleted them, and the problem dissapeared.

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by stuff In reply to Registry Error

I would suggest that this is a hardware problem, specifically RAM. This occurs most often after a RAM upgrade. Try swapping it out for some from another system...

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by D.C. In reply to Registry Error

i ended up by using a newer copy of Norton Disk Doctor, and Win Doctor. It ran for 45 minutes, and found registry errors. I deleted them, and the problem dissapeared.

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by JnlGuy In reply to Registry Error

I have seen this happen and when I run across it the first thing I do is boot to safe-mode. Once the system has successfully booted to safe-mode than you can shut the system completely down then turn back on. This has got me past that problem. Hope this helps. Jerry

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by D.C. In reply to Registry Error

i ended up by using a newer copy of Norton Disk Doctor, and Win Doctor. It ran for 45 minutes, and found registry errors. I deleted them, and the problem dissapeared.

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by gina0122 In reply to Registry Error

I would say Norton is not the best utilities for win98. I would advise you to uninstall it. Then run regclean.exe from microsoft or download.com . then reboot your computer.

I had some bad experience with norton utilities, after removal everything was fine.

Try it.

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by D.C. In reply to Registry Error

i ended up by using a newer copy of Norton Disk Doctor, and Win Doctor. It ran for 45 minutes, and found registry errors. I deleted them, and the problem dissapeared.

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