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What Software do you use to trouble shoot?

By Tyharo ·
I've recently been doing lots of computer repairs and have a found several pieces of software I continually use. I usually use:
-Registry Life
-Threatfire or Avir
What software do you usually use to fix computer related problems such as slow downs and viruses?

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i use

by markp24 In reply to What Software do you use ...

TRK live cd
UBCD4win live cd (has Mbam/and other spyware removers)
Knoppix live cd
ubuntu live cd
backtrack 4 (soon to be 5)
erd commander
partition table dr (easus partition dr)
partition magic

i also have a multiboot USB stick that has all these.

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Software Wise

by Tyharo In reply to What Software do you use ...

What about software?
What software do you use to clean and maintain your windows machine?
such as ...
Defraggers, cleaners, optimizers

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by markp24 In reply to Software Wise

i use defraggler and C Cleaner, otherwise im prettygood ant keeping it clean
Zonealarm extreme for firewall and spyware/antivirus,i only go on the web with a virtualized browser.

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Troubleshoot software

by cookie3636 In reply to What Software do you use ...

PC Matic(USA) does it all, keeps computer clean & fast used every 2/3 weeks, and is suprisingly responsive to any queries asked direct. You get a full report, it updates all your drivers, and keeps a tight reign on cluttering up your Startup list so get get fast access.

If you do not want to delve into seperate registries etc. or are not confident then this is the only one you need. cheers cookie3636

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For strictly troubleshooting

by a.portman In reply to What Software do you use ...

I work in a school environment. At this point, the teachers gum up machines more than students. For troubleshooting, I start with WinPatrolToGo ( and Revo Uninstaller. ( Revo will show you what is installed on the machine. It does a MUCH better job at uninstalling software than the built in uninstaller. Great to find and kill maleware and browser add-ons. It also has a startup editor so you can see what is loading on startup and make changes.

WinPatrolToGo can run off of a USB drive. It will show what is running right now along with the services and startup file. You can find a running maleware/virus and stop it from running and then remove it.

I rarely need to run network scanning, but wireshark is a great tool if you need that in your environment.

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by john.a.wills In reply to For strictly troubleshoot ...

maleware? Not femaleware?

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