Carl has asked me to look over the files
Usually the files do not give the same information. It is usually up to the analyst to read the clues and then decide on the right course of action.
Your reports did not do that; they all point to registry.
Base upon your reports you have a problem with the registry and I agree with Carl, that the cleaner is the cause. Once we get things up and running stop using the cleaners. I am going to give you a maintenance list that will help you in the future.
But now back to today
To the best of my knowledge there are only several ways to correct this problem
One with a backed up registry. You can use the back up to restore
You can try a repair install
You can try system restore from before the problem
You can try a system image, which is a back up of the HD. If you have one old enough
YOu can reinstall.
I do not recall if Carl suggested any of these remedies, but either Carl or myself will be glad to explain what the suggestions involve, if you have any questions
The best remedy is the system restore if you have a point that is old enough.
To maintain your computer 10 Tips on How to Properly Maintain Your Computer
Steps that I did not notice on the guide include:
Running a scan disc before doing a defrag
Using Microsoft Security Essentials and Malwarebytes.
Making System Restore points, at least once a week
Makaing a system Image once a month (varies by user)
Not relying on your A/V common sense, should prevail. You know of many sites can cause a problem.
Do not use any reg cleaning or optimizing software.
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If you follow these instructions, you will be trouble free for a long time to come.
Be sure to back up your hard drive about once a month (varies by user) and to keeep system restore points up to date.