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To start with, a registry error occurs when
your computer looks for information from the registry and it does
not find what it is looking for, as in a missing entry, or it gets
incorrect information, as in a corrupted or invalid key. These
missing or corrupted entries are usually caused by a very large
registry that is full of the remains of every program you have
installed, deleted, upgraded, changed, or just no longer use but it
still sits on your system.
malicious code like viruses, worms, spyware and the like also leave
behind a trail of destruction that requires intervention from the
user to correct.
Some common Windows errors caused by a bogged down and
corrupt registry are:
- Exe or
Dll error alerts
Watson error messages
not responding or Stop errors
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corruption of the Windows registry can lead to these more serious
Slow/lethargic PC performance
- Slow on
Ridiculous file download times
errors often effect older/high-use computers that have had dozens of
program installs and uninstalls:
screen of death
and boot failure
Knowing if you are having registry errors is not always obvious.
Windows does not give you a simple error message that would say
“your program is not working because there is a problem with your
registry, check the HK_USERS subtree for problems”. That would be
Instead you may get a STOP error, followed by a short or
long string of alpha numeric characters that make no sense to you
what so ever. You may also get the dreaded blue screen of death
rearing its ugly face to tell you there was a terminal error.
Other times it may not be that obvious, certain programs may not be
able to find your printer when other programs can, sometimes your
email may not find the port, or things start to work intermittently
instead of consistently. All of these are definite symptoms of
something going awry with the registry. Tracking the cause of these
problems down can be a difficult chore. You can do it either
manually or with registry repair software like RegCure.
Now that you know what registry errors look like, let’s explore how
we can prevent them. The first thing to do is to be certain that all
of your anti virus, firewall, and spyware/malware checkers are up to
date and working properly.
This will keep a lot of problems out of
the registry. These malicious codes wreak havoc on your computer,
even after they have been completely removed, and the trail of
destruction left behind in the registry can be quite extensive.
Therefore, prevention is much better and safer than the cure.
Now let’s move on to other issues that cause registry errors.
Deleting programs will almost always leave behind traces of the
deleted program in the registry. These remains still tell your
computer they need resources and the result is a slower computer.
Also, if they call the same resources as another program at the same
time, you will get errors -- usually in the form of a ‘program not
responding’ or a STOP error.
Upgrading or deleting and reinstalling software can leave more than
one copy of program files on your computer. Overtime, these remains
can conflict with newer versions of that software and again cause
those troublesome problems. Upgrading drivers can do the same thing.
In order to prevent these problems from occurring, the registry
needs to be properly maintained. This involves removing the keys
that are invalid, corrupted, empty, unused and no longer needed.
There are several ways to accomplish this task. You can run regedit
and go through the thousands of keys located in the registry
manually. After a while this can make your eyes cross. All of those
alpha numeric strings start to look very similar. Also, which ones
are valid and which ones are not? How do you tell for sure?
The best way to be sure that you are removing the useless items and
keeping the ones you need, is to use a registry repair program like
RegCure. With RegCure you can backup the registry before making
changes, scan your computer’s registry for problems, and have any
problem items listed with their full file path. It will then give
you the options to either automatically delete all of the
listed or you can manually go through them to decide which ones need
This way you can safely remove the entries that are most likely to
cause you problems, because RegCure will never list a critical
system to be removed. You can be sure that what you delete through
RegCure will not cause irreparable harm to your system. Trying to
clean your registry manually may not have the same results. Using
RegCure on a routine basis will reduce the number of computer lock
ups, crashes and STOP errors -- all of which are attributed to
errors in the registry.
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