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  1. michaelsch

    michaelsch Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I have used Registry Cleaner to clean my Windows XP registry. After having removed invalid file extensions I suddently get many pop-up windows with the error "Unable to load btrez.dll, DANISH".

    The file btrez.dll has not been removed. It is some bluetooth driver - don't know to which device.

    What can I do about that - except for role-back of my registry (but that was not the point of using a registry cleaner).?

    Michael
     
  2. cmw2010

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    I am guessing this is a laptop with bluetooth. Registry cleaner has been known to remove some extensions that cause bluetooth problems. I would go to the computer manufacturer website and update your bluetooth drivers.
     
  3. michaelsch

    michaelsch Thread Starter

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    Yes, this is also what I discovered. Registry Cleaner unfortunately removes some .wid file extensions that are used by the laptop to run bluetooth.

    I updated my bluetooth drivers and software from IBM's website and now it works again. But Registry Cleaner still tries to remove this 3 .wid file extensions, which is quite annoying. I manually have to deselect them every time.

    Thanks.
     
  4. cmw2010

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    That is why I don't use Registry Cleaners, they seem to cause more harm than good at times. To many file extensions that are the same in totally different programs.
     
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