|24 Sep 2011||#1|
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Good Morning Folks:
I recently started running Windows 7 that came preinstalled on a Dell Inspiron 64 bit machine. In general, everything is working quite well so the following problem doesn't appear to be interfering with the operation. However, being a fanatic regarding having all functions running error free, I would like some guidance regarding eliminating some registry errors.
Yesterday when I ran as simple system scan of my computer I came across a dozen registry errors that the scan app could not fix. I then ran an elevated scan on the registry only and got a result that showed 112 errors as listed below:
File Associations = 6
File Extensions = 3
Application Paths = 1
Com and Active X = 102
I have attached a printout of the report and what I am wondering is if I can go into the registry and manually deleted these items?
Any assisstance will be greatly appreciated.
P.S. I will be getting back to you fine folks with a few more less concerning, but irritaing, issues.
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