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#1 Goodpeople

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 09:18 PM

I was looking in our forums and couldnt find a download of a good registry cleaner, does anyone have a good registry cleaner that can get alcohol 120% files off my computer?

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#2 MaD_cOw

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    No way... It compiles? SHIP IT!

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Posted 26 February 2008 - 04:44 AM

Regedit lol

just delete all the keys that have to do with alcohol 120%

That works for me,
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#3 Goodpeople

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Posted 26 February 2008 - 05:08 PM

do you know how to "Regedit"?
i am still a novice to computers.
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#4 MaD_cOw

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Posted 27 February 2008 - 09:04 PM

Sorry about the vague reply,

Well lucky for you regedit is on every computer running Windows since windows 3.1.

So,
Go to start>run> type "regedit"

this will bring you up a nice view of everything in your registry,

Click edit on the toolbar than go to find.

Type in anything related to the software you want to install ie. name of company, software name, etc.
Delete the related entries and than reboot.

Just be careful about deleteing stuff because deleteing the wrong thing might make windows not boot up again.

You could even google what entries Alcohol 120% puts in the regisry.
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#5 TecKchriS

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 05:00 PM

Editing the registry yourself is the quick and dirty way of getting it done.

But if you still just want a registry cleaner here are two I would recommend:

Abexo Registry Cleaner
http://www.download....4-10434886.html

or

AML Registry Cleaner
http://www.amlsoft.com/reg.html

AML is a bit more user friendly, and Abexo seems low on resource needs.

I wouldn't recommend Eusing Free Registry Cleaner because even though it's free, it will ask you for a code every time it starts up

Hope this helps!

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 06:38 PM

You want REAL registry cleaners? I'm a tech, I can pretty much say i do this for a living. The one that i have found to work the best so-far (freeware of course) is none other than "Advanceed Windows Care" You can download this 'computer fixing' application for free at...

www.iobit.com

This should fix many problems including registry, startup, and spyware issues in a single click of the mouse. Try it, it works great!

Best Regards,

Tyreal

#7 Goodpeople

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Posted 29 February 2008 - 06:45 PM

:'( Its Great being on this FORUM!!!!!! THANK YOU ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!! lol...
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#8 MaD_cOw

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Posted 01 March 2008 - 01:46 AM

lol I'm a tech also, the only reason I'm not doing it for a living is because of school.



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#9 Goodpeople

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 06:47 PM

QUOTE(Tyreal @ Feb 28 2008, 06:38 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
You want REAL registry cleaners? I'm a tech, I can pretty much say i do this for a living. The one that i have found to work the best so-far (freeware of course) is none other than "Advanceed Windows Care" You can download this 'computer fixing' application for free at...

www.iobit.com

This should fix many problems including registry, startup, and spyware issues in a single click of the mouse. Try it, it works great!

Best Regards,

Tyreal


ok i downloaded the cleaner and what do i actually do to get the alcohol trail version off for good that way they wont know i had it to begin with.
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#10 Tyreal

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Posted 13 March 2008 - 04:56 AM

Make sure you have gotten rid of Alcohol 120% from your Control Panel\Add Remove Programs list.

Try running the program in safe mode.

Start, Run

type MSCONFIG

click BOOT.INI

click on safeboot, and the network box.

You'll have to MSCONFIG after your done scanning, to reboot back into normal mode.







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