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PaPa_13

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Can someone tell me what this is?
It popped up on my PC & it wants you to register.
won't register in anything when I don't know what it is.

Thanks
 
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Reg cure pro is a third party tool used to clean and scan the registry of the computer .
Please uninstall it from the computer .

Step 1- Press the windows icon on the keyboard along with the letter R (win+R)
That will open the Run Dialog box. In that box type
Step 2- Type Appwiz.cpl and press Ok.

STep 3-It will open up the Program list to uninstall.

Step 4 - Select Reg Cure Pro and uninstall it.

Thanks
 
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Can someone tell me what this is?
It popped up on my PC & it wants you to register.
won't register in anything when I don't know what it is.

Thanks
Reg cure pro is a third party tool used to clean and scan the registry of the computer .
Please uninstall it from the computer .

Step 1- Press the windows icon on the keyboard along with the letter R (win+R)
That will open the Run Dialog box. In that box type
Step 2- Type Appwiz.cpl and press Ok.

STep 3-It will open up the Program list to uninstall.

Step 4 - Select Reg Cure Pro and uninstall it.

Thanks
 

flavallee

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Is that computer running Windows XP or Windows Vista or Windows 7, 32-bit or 64-bit?

Are multiple persons using that computer?

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flavallee

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You didn't answer the second question.

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