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Your Uninstaller 2008 & Registry ,boot

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Southcafe, Jan 7, 2011.

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  1. Southcafe

    Southcafe Thread Starter

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    Well , everything started in yesterday when i decided that i need to uninstall PACE Anti-Piracy plugin.

    I did it whit YOUR UNINSTALLER PRO 2008

    I selected super mode , and it means that after original uninstaller does i job the uninstaller pro 2008 will scan the registry and other files that werent deleted and delete them. But when programm was deleting them i noticed a lot of registry files , like for alot of my other programms ,but nothing really happend , so i just clicked delete all of them. everything worked just fine until i decided to restart pc , but since that time my pc freezes all the time welcome screeen ( you know the blue one) I READ A LOT OF POSTS BUT THAT seems to not help because.


    1.In safe mode , the safe freeze thing happen.


    Maybe you know what could i do , somehow recover my registry or intall it again with some boot screen modes , or thing like that.


    My pc is : ASUSmk6000series.


    Thank you !

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    By using Your Uninstaller! Pro 2008(which is very outdated) in super mode to uninstall Pace anti-piracy plugin, it selected numerous registry entries for your programs and the operating system for removal. The effect of the removal wasn't obvious until you restarted your computer.

    I saw this happen a few months ago with someone using YUP 2010 in super mode, and the only way to resolve it was to reinstall Windows XP.

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