RegScrub XP....'User Determined Problems'

  dezi 01:35 11 Nov 2006
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I need a little help on accessing the... 'User detemined problems' area.
Under the 'Value data' column there are lots of 'null' entries.
Are these useless registar entries ? and should I tick their boxes for RegScrub to delete ?

  Andsome 07:45 11 Nov 2006

As far as I know they are unused registry keys. I have never had any problem with RegScrub XP, and always select all keys and let the program delete them. A restore point is automatically created in any case.

  SLAYER 07:46 11 Nov 2006

I use regscrub xp on a regular basis and I tend to tick all selected problems then fix selected problems with no ill effect.

  VoG II 08:15 11 Nov 2006

Unless you are a whizz with the registry, use Regscrub finds problems.

  skidzy 08:24 11 Nov 2006

Above advice is sound Dezi.

Let Regscrub find the problems,Select all problems,Fix selected problems...if you have any problem (i donot foresee any) open Regscrub and use the restore function availble,failing that you have system restore within windows.

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