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Windows 7: RegCurePro: Is it reliable???

29 Apr 2013   #11
windude99

Windows 7 Professional x64 Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by shiflerg View Post
I uninstalled it and actually went thru the suggestion of doing sfc /scannow. I did this and nothing was amiss. I'm now in the process of checking out some hardware connections. It appears to be something associated with the usb mouse. My wife found the problem when playing Spider Solitaire. The screen would seem to hang up after hearing a sound as if something new had just taken place (adding a piece of hardware). I'm suspcious of the mouse. I'm moving it to the front of my pc to see if the problem goes away.

What I have learned!!! Don't install any of these clean PC programs.

Thanks for your help.
Also, feel free to create another thread for your issue with your pc.


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29 Apr 2013   #12
derekimo

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by windude99 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by shiflerg View Post
I uninstalled it and actually went thru the suggestion of doing sfc /scannow. I did this and nothing was amiss. I'm now in the process of checking out some hardware connections. It appears to be something associated with the usb mouse. My wife found the problem when playing Spider Solitaire. The screen would seem to hang up after hearing a sound as if something new had just taken place (adding a piece of hardware). I'm suspcious of the mouse. I'm moving it to the front of my pc to see if the problem goes away.

What I have learned!!! Don't install any of these clean PC programs.

Thanks for your help.
Also, feel free to create another thread for your issue with your pc.

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