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User Submitted Tweaks & Guides / Event viewer clean up.
« on: June 12, 2015, 07:17:58 PM »
Have you just fixed a computer and the old error's are still in the event log?
I usually run this command after I fix a computer and give it back to my customers so if new error's appear I can diagnose them with out seeing the old ones I fixed.

type the command in the command prompt (RUN as Admin):

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for /F "tokens=*" %1 in ('wevtutil.exe el') DO wevtutil.exe cl "%1"
@Shane this maybe usefull in the all in one repair program.

Hey Shane,
So I carry your portable AIO repair with me everywhere I go After I run all of the repair's I usually like to empty the prefetch to start it fresh. I figured what better way to do that then to run the disk clean up. And set the disk clean up to run after repairs.

Here is the Registry key I made in blue I also attached the .reg file
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

"Description"="Cleans the Prefetch folder From C:\\Windows\\Prefetch"

General & Misc. / Debating the integrity of Search engines.
« on: June 11, 2015, 02:08:17 PM »
noticed a debate I love a debate  :cheesy: have at it YALL!

When the swarm attack's.... I love that google Easter egg  :wink:

Edit: click on the o's to kill them off just like the zerg.... but beware of the swarm....

Windows repair version 3.2.4 is out and has been updated to incorporate this option in the program go get it  :wink:

Since Shane Incorporated the boot to safe mode he offers a much safer version of this. I recommend using the windows repair all in one. I removed the batch file script but left the uploaded batchfile. The reason I left the batch file uploaded is because the batch file will allow you to choose which version of safe mode you would like to access while the repair all in one just does safe mode with networking.

(updated to to {current} instead of {default} for users with dual booting OS)
(changed color of command prompt the other color hurt my eyes lol.)
(Added please wait after adding reg key noticed it may take a couple seconds for key to be added to registry)
(okay so I spent about an hour fixing minor things let me know if I should change anything or questions on it.)

Program & Site Requests / Repair file types maybe useful
« on: June 09, 2015, 03:12:38 AM »
was just browsing and stumbled upon this forum post:

I know the repair all in one does most of these. but some of them I thought were interesting.  :smiley:

Feedback / System Restore Beta
« on: June 05, 2015, 04:31:22 PM »
First off I just want to say thank you for making an amazing all in one program. I showed my support by purchasing it thanks again  :cheesy:

Now on topic, I had a computer that had a system restore that was failing to turn on. I ran the beta system restore restarted the computer and it allowed the program to turn on. unfortunately it would say "Local Disk (C:/) (Missing OS)". When I went to configure the max usage on it no matter how much I moved the slider it would remain at 0 bytes. After about 5 minutes of thinking I disabled system restore on local disk (C:/) (Missing OS), restarted computer, and perfect. Now  system restore displayed Local Disk (C:) (System) the protection was off I went to (configure) and enabled (Restore system settings and previous versions of files). After applying settings I ran windows repair all in one and did a back up with system restore and it worked like a charm.  :smiley:

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