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Have Windows7 64 bit Registry won't clean

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Hi I have the same registry problem where the same files appear again and again after running registry cleaner. There is always 44 fils most of them ActiveX. In the answer to this problem, it spoke of using dial-a-fix but at the bottom of the instruction on how to do it, it says this will not work on Windows7. I have Win7 64 bit system, is there a fix for this?, do I even want to delete this things? What if anything should I do to fix this ---Thank you--(I can attach a copy of the files it will not delete if needed).

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You may not have permission to delete them, or they may be being recreated. You may wish to instead add them to the ignore list (highlight them and right click) instead, so that they don't show up in future scans.

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are they actual things that need removing (actual non-existant links)?

please read my signature

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Most of them are-- ActiveX Issues, -----InprocServer\32\C:\windows\ system32\ir50_32.dll This file is repeated 11 times exaclty like that, and then

InprocServer\32\C:\windows\ system32\ir41_32.ax 8x

InprocServer\32\C:\windows\ system32\iac25_32ax 3X

Then there are Roaming files and unused file extensions, MissingTypeLib files

I don't know what these are all about, should I do as I was told in the previous post to ignore them, so they quit popping up?

Thanks for your help

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