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13 Jul 2010  
A Guy

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1

The first time you run a registry program, it's not uncommon to find 1,000's of errors, but very few, and perhaps none of them are anything but leftover bits. Fixing them would unlikely fix any issues, but rather remove a few thousand k and nothing of major importance. As Carl said, if you aren't otherwise having issues, just leave it be. A reinstall will always give you a fresh start, but only if you deem that neccessary. A Guy
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