Cleanup software deleted the reg. files too

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Recently, I used a windows cleanup software. I has cleaned all the registry files also now I get a boot up error.

Is there a way to make this right?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #90901

Cleanup software deleted the reg. files too

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Firstly you may need to boot up from safe mode to see if you could still copy the important data to elsewhere, OTHERWISE, YOU COULD TRY TO RECOVER FROM CORRUPTED SYSTEM FILES. If you are using windows XP, you may also try to perform a system restore.

Hope it will help you

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Answered By 0 points N/A #90902

Cleanup software deleted the reg. files too

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hi

asked olivii matthews

If  you can solved this problem. You can search Google and  download  windows cleanup  software.

And then you install this software step by step correctly.

Then try cleaned all the registry file.

If your problem is not solved you can install again.

I hope that your problem is solved.

Answered By 564965 points N/A #90903

Cleanup software deleted the reg. files too

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I’m not sure if you can fix the issue on the Windows registry now that you are having boot up problems with your computer. This is because not all registry cleaning applications create a restore point before cleaning the Windows registry. It is important to create a restore point before attempting to clean the registry with a cleaning agent so that you can restore the Windows registry to its previous state once a problem has arise.

If you don’t have a back up of your Windows registry then there’s no way of fixing it. This is also the reason why users are not encouraged to edit or open the Windows registry using the regedit tool because it is the most fragile part of the operating system. Accidentally deleting a key or incorrectly setting a value for an item can disable a program or create unwanted results.

Try running SFC or System File Checker on your computer in case the booting issue is not related to the registry to possibly fix it. To try it, click Start, Run then type without quotes “cmd” then hit Enter. In the command prompt, type without quotes “sfc /scannow” then hit Enter. It will check all protected system files for missing or with incorrect versions and replaces them with the correct Microsoft version.

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