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11/22/2011

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You can think of your computer's registry like the mind of your computer. As such, it shops details not only on every program that your computer has set uped at any given time, it also tends to keep information from programs that you Earlier removed. This can be a major problem for PC owners and is why it's imperative for computer users to use a free registry cleaner.

When you install software on your computer, some important information are retailerd inside your computer's registry. However, when you remove or unset up software, sometimes those data remain inside of your registry. Maybe the software was badly published or your computer had a hard time unset uping the software correctly. In either case, the end-result is that you have information in your registry that are no longer needed.

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yes it is possible. There are a coulpe ways to do it. Just connecting a ethernet cable wont do crap. If you choose to go that route, you are going to have to build a network and then adjust the properties of the files you want to share, and allow file sharing. Alot of work. If it was me, I would take the drive out, put it in the new P.C. BUT you have to make sure the drives are the same. For example, if you is sata and the other is IDE, it wont work. The both have to be the same type drive. You will know by looking at the drive itself, looking at the properties of the drive, or the ribbon cable. If they are compatable, you then have to slave your second drive out. Now keep in mind that you can only run 2 drives per IDE. Which means 4 drives. So you have a hard drive and burner to one IDE port, that leaves you 1 port to play with. The best thing I can tell you is to slave it out. Its the fastest, easiest way. You will also have the benefits of a second storage drive with ALL your previous data on it. Google is your friend. There are thousands of resources that will guide you thru it.Also, if you do slave it out, your new P.C. might not recognise it, so you will have to go to the bios to manually set it as the type of drive. If you need help let me know, I canwalk you thru any process you decide to go thru. I will help you build a network, wireless network, or just your basic hard drive installation and slaving.References :

Anyone have advice on how to maluanly remove viruses?I should probably start this out with saying that I am not very familiar with computers. A few days ago, I started getting pop ups that were completely blank, and my Avira Antivirus popped up saying I had this and that virus, all of which I clicked delete' for. I got scared then, so I ran a full system scan, which came up clean. So then I didn't worry about it for a while. Then the pop ups started again, and I ran the scan again just to be sure, again it came up clean. So then I called a friend of mine that is more computer orientated then I am and after hearing what happened he told me that even though the virus itself had been killed he had already altered my systems registry, which was causing the pop ups. He came over today to check up on my computer and he told me to maluanly fix the problems instead of relying on programs. So I googled manual removal TR/Crypt.MWPM.Gen and so forth, and so far I've come up with nothing that helps. Hopefully some of you can help me. Thanks for the time. TR/Vundo.48640AJ.4 TR/Crypt.ULPM.Gen TR/Downloader.Gen TR/Crypt.XPACK.Gen TR/Crypt.MWPM.GenI should probably start this out with saying that I am not very familiar with computers. A few days ago, I started getting pop ups that were completely blank, and my Avira Antivirus popped up saying I had this and that virus, all of which I clicked delete' for. I got scared then, so I ran a full system scan, which came up clean. So then I didn't worry about it for a while. Then the pop ups started again, and I ran the scan again just to be sure, again it came up clean. So then I called a friend of mine that is more computer orientated then I am and after hearing what happened he told me that even though the virus itself had been killed he had already altered my systems registry, which was causing the pop ups. He came over today to check up on my computer and he told me to maluanly fix the problems instead of relying on programs. So I googled manual removal TR/Crypt.MWPM.Gen and so forth, and so far I've come up with nothing that helps. Hopefully some of you can help me. Thanks.Btw I am a Spybot Search Destroy user, and I haven't thought to scan with it yet.

I want to say that a slow pc is so frustrating and you have helped me greatly, thanks...

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