Registry Fixer look for keys that are invalid. Some third-party products may use invalid registry keys in the program as a form of copy protection. Registry Fixer marks these keys as green and "safe to remove". Registry Fixer deletes all of the green keys, then reboots, and a program fails to load at startup. You will need to use the Undo module to back out of the changes.
A third-party program stops working after running either the Registry Fixer or FixWizard. Examples include Norton Antivirus and SystemWorks 2002. (KB002118)
Modified on: Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 5:08 PM
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