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29-Apr-2009, 04:19 PM #1
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When I click on start there is an i on my system info,if I click on it a black window comes up with pchealth/binarriesand something else but then quickly dissapears, if i right click on properties it says that my infor should be open to everyone, is that right or does anyone know how to fix????? thanx,woody
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29-Apr-2009, 05:09 PM #2
Did you use a registry cleaner?
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Thank you for trying to help this puter newbie!!!!!! it really means alot to me
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29-Apr-2009, 06:59 PM #4
What?

If you used a registry cleaner, try restoring its backups, uninstall it, and never use it again. See if the problem goes away.
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29-Apr-2009, 07:10 PM #5
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When I click on start there is an i on my system info,if I click on it a black window comes up with pchealth/binarriesand something else but then quickly dissapears, if i right click on properties it says that my infor should be open to everyone, is that right or does anyone know how to fix????? thanx,woody
Dear woodybrush45,
Your info' should not be open to anyone excepting you! If you have used a Registry Cleaner,cease and desist, as reg.cleaners are actually registry Destroyers.
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