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Discussion in 'General Security' started by woodybrush45, Apr 29, 2009.

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  1. woodybrush45

    woodybrush45 Thread Starter

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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:mad:
     
  2. Elvandil

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    Did you use a registry cleaner?
     
  3. woodybrush45

    woodybrush45 Thread Starter

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    Thank you for trying to help this puter newbie!!!!!! it really means alot to me
     
  4. Elvandil

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    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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    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. (n)
     
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