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General Computer Support / Re: XP Slow Issues
« on: February 18, 2013, 01:42:10 am »

Hi, evans thanks for the reply. Ccleaner' speccy defragging problem would somehow improve the performance. Other than these, Shans recommended fix, like malwarebytes, mbar.exe, tdskiller, would be enough to do the tricks. Try these

General Computer Support / Re: XP Slow Issues
« on: February 13, 2013, 10:25:37 pm »
Hi,   I forgot to tell one thing
     After tracing the boot delay, the computer will be rebooting. Allow reboot. After reboot, go to all programs , bootvis, and open it , go to trace menu again, and  select optimize boot. Then it will give 2 ticks, Then reboot and your computer performs well.

General Computer Support / Re: XP Slow Issues
« on: February 13, 2013, 10:09:51 pm »
Hi, There is a fix in msoft. It is called BOOTVis. Try to download it from msoft site and install it. When installed open it select trace, and click bootup+otherdelay, the window will close and then starts. Allow bootvis to rectify the delay. Again restart the windows, the result will be showing in tick marks as two items. Then once again start windows and you could see the better performance. Pl report any improvement, if any in this. Bootvis will arrange the boot order such a way that it boots faster and giving maximum performance. For me it worked.


General Computer Support / Re: Browsers hijacked ... ?
« on: February 13, 2013, 09:37:42 pm »

General Computer Support / Re: Browsers hijacked ... ?
« on: February 13, 2013, 09:32:11 pm »
Hi,     Besides the method advised by sr. shane, i would like to share this. It may seem funny, but malware bytes do not catch babylon, a nasty browser hijack. I would advise you to go to my firefox link.
          1. turn off system restore on all the drives thro going to my computer properties
           2. Search babylon in search box and delete all those possible entries. Some could not be deleted
             3Boot the computer in safe mode, and then on Run, type regedit  and go to edit menu. In find menu, check for babylon and delete the first entry, and then go on to find babylon by using f3 and delete all those entries.
                 4. Get your windows cd , and start windows from cd and when starting window menu comes choose R for repair and go to c: windows, You have to give 1 and then if pass word is protected , give the pass word to go to c: windows. Type fixmbr and say yes to default change of mbr. There it deletes those stained entries the program does to the master boot record.
                       5. Uninstall the firefox, or google including private settings and then reinstall.
                          6.Now your problem is gone. I have given these after clearing these bhjacks from fellow computers to 100 success. No second thought about it. Shane, sir, This is why i am asking you to include some special protection.

General Computer Support / Re: browser hijack of search engines
« on: February 13, 2013, 09:20:53 pm »
Hi,  Thank you for your reply. But what about first query? regarding browser hijack. I am glad that you have developed your tool with ms office background. But what about those browser hijack. Pl do develop a warning message, that something is changing your search engine]Normally, the browser engines are warning including AV programs that something wants to change the default search engines, so that we could permit or not. But these browser hijackers tend to make a dent in to your registries and mbr , so that no warning messages are given by these search engines either.

Of course, i m not a master in this. pl do include a kind of warning when the browsr hijacks. Particularly funmoods, incredible, babylon and newly claro. These hijacks the registry by entering umpteen entries, so that users could not delete them instantly. Thank you for your prompt reply and kudos to your efforts

General Computer Support / Re: Registries
« on: February 13, 2013, 05:20:37 pm »
Hi,    Ccleaner once analyse would have asked you if you want to clean on computer and application cleaning. After you run registry clean, it will ask you, if you want to create a restore point. So, as above advised, do create a restore point, and then clean. if any problem, you could revert to restore point to save the computer.But so far as me, i will believe it clean everything.
         There is also a possibility of deleting individual keys. The ccleaner will give the suggestion, and then you can keep those entries or not. Good luck. The ccleaner cleans, but the allone tools in this tweaking com protects all your windows file and a wowwre wow is a useful tool for computer handlers, who has to individually download fixes from anywhere. It is a quick fix for most of the windows problems.

General Computer Support / Re: browser hijack of search engines
« on: February 11, 2013, 11:51:24 pm »
Hi,  In continuation of my correspondence, i wish to state that more registry entries got skipped containing wild characters which has been derived from your log files in my computer. I presume it to be a virus  or browser hack sir, . I want to know what the default folder should contain so that i can check and delete these entries. there is one folder called mk and there is *. Should it be there in my registry or should i remove. Because your program warned me and skipped i am asking. I am not tech savvy to go deep in to it.
I am attaching some files for your perusal

General Computer Support / Re: Registries
« on: February 11, 2013, 05:41:34 pm »
Hi,      CCleaner cleans all the unused file extension of downloaded programs. When you download a program, program do add files in the registry, in the process of installation. So those which does not have windows file system files, unused file extension etc are removed by the ccleaner.
those are  not  windows default registry entries. These are probably left over entries or keys left by the downloaded programs. I am using ccleaner and i will select fix menu to fix all those. I do not have any problem with it. Thank you

General Computer Support / Re: browser hijack of search engines
« on: February 11, 2013, 05:34:31 pm »
Sir,   I know that this is repairing window tools. I believe that it repairs windows registry entries. These browser hijacks do change registry changes and your fix is mainly registry fix entries those of who could not be done manually. hats off to the fixes.
        What i mean , that a warning that it is penetrating the registry, could be stopped by a warning messages. I have malware bytes and doing system scanning and i am having latest antivirus updates. Since those hijacks really take much of your time to clean, i have suggested this thing.
        I have one more doubt. I am getting "registry key is skipped (contains wildcard)" in so many registry folders. I request you to kindly let me know whether these have been fixed. What are all those entries. I accidentally visited your site and benefited

General Computer Support / browser hijack of search engines
« on: February 11, 2013, 02:47:43 am »

            As every one knows that there are indirect injected programs in free download, which make compromised the computers and changes the browsers without users consent. Do the tweak com do something about in its all in windows repair program. To mention a few, funmood, incredible, babylon, and newly claro. It is doing the registry damage, which is very hard to find. As these are not virus, AVS do not find.

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