September 25, 2010 1:10am CST
I bought my laptop two months ago. And now I came across this registry booster which I just downloaded in my laptop but its not free. I scanned my laptop and found out that I have 324 errors in my system. I have to buy the license for me to fix the problem. I'm just curious why I have that error in my system? What probably the cause of it? And sometime some of my application was suddenly crashed like my adobe when I'm opening apps in facebook sometime I encounter that my adobe was crashed. Don't know why those thing happen. Can anyone tell me why I have those errors? And how can I prevent them? Thanks a lot. happy mylotting.
25 Sep 10
my advice is not to use any sort of programs you find on the web that sayis you have hundreds/thousands of errors and to correct them download their program...you download it and the install it, scan system with it and find you you have lots of errors but you can't correct them because you have to buy it first...it's all rubbish. Some programs you download make those errors and plant viruses wich can be cleaned only with their software...i recommend advanced system care from iobit.com ... it's free and works like a charm! Have a nice day!
28 Sep 10
The registry is like an address book which windows and other programs refer to in order to find location and other information of software and hardware. The registry gets bigger and bigger when you install new software. Sometimes while uninstalling software the uninstaller does not remove entries related to that software hence bloating the registry. The best way around this mess is to use 'Revo uninstaller'. It not only removes the entries but also leftover files and folder of that uninstalled software which the uninstaller deliberately fails to delete. The basic version of the software is free and that would be enough. the other is ccleaner which is a nice and free program. But if the above two fail to solve the problem then you should use TuneUp Utilities. This software has never failed me, it comes as 30 day trial of full version. Use it as the last option.
• United Kingdom
25 Sep 10
Whatever you do don't go inside your registry as this can start causing major problems for you in terms of the proper functioning of your computer. The registry booster program sounds pretty dodgy to me and it's probably finding all these errors in order to have you purchase their software. I think that it's safe to say that there is one good bit of software that you can use and it's free, I use it myself and it also has very good reviews on cnet.com. I use ccleaner and you can download it for free from their website www.ccleaner.com I use this software everyday after I have completed an Internet session and it basically gets rid of all your temporary files and it also cleans out your registry of any invalid keys and entries. The registry contains yellow folders and these all contain configuration settings in relation to how your computer works. I never go in there myself unless it is an absolute emergency although I have had some IT Technical training in terms of system support and maintenance. Anyway, good luck. Andrew
25 Sep 10
i think you downloaded a wrong/fake software which try to say that your system was being infected even its not and every time you boot it its always bugging you with the same error and it gonna force you to buy that program. the best thing you do is buy a trusted program mine i used ccleaner, its free without any fee try to install antivirus and scan your system maybe the one you download was an malware
• United States
25 Sep 10
What you have is registry errors these could be anything and everything from software that has created a registry entry that is no longer needed or is redundant. These errors happen a lot because windows and windows applications use the registry as they need to make entries often times to gain hardware information or other reasons. How you prevent them well you could never ever use your pc again other wise it is something that comes with the Windows actually any OS/2 based Operating Systems and the only other option out there is a Unix Based Operating System like Mac OS X or Linux (One of the Distributions of Linux)