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Windows 7: Unable to view my system spec. and more

01 Dec 2010   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit

Sorry for the late posting.

Anyway, i do not have any restore points other than the one before the installation(no idea why). Also, i have used Avast! boot time scan to scan my system but no threats were found. Furthermore, the iObit uninstaller seemed to have already cleaned up the registry since it asked if i wanted to delete it.

I will check the "repair install " now. Thanks.

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