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TommySack

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Hi all,

I'm a newbie here so please excuse me if this has already been addressed.I use Cleaner v1.27.260 on Win2k.When I run scan for issues it will not fix or delete from registry the same 3 entries that first appeared afters a windows update.The 3 issues are all in HKCR:1)mailfileatt 2)mapifvbx.object and 3)mapifvbx.object1.

Is there any way to exclude them from future scan for problems searches?Thanks!!!

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Hi all,

I'm a newbie here so please excuse me if this has already been addressed.I use Cleaner v1.27.260 on Win2k.When I run scan for issues it will not fix or delete from registry the same 3 entries that first appeared afters a windows update.The 3 issues are all in HKCR:1)mailfileatt 2)mapifvbx.object and 3)mapifvbx.object1.

Is there any way to exclude them from future scan for problems searches?Thanks!!!

 

 

I also have this same problem, i have v1.27.260 and Win XP.

 

I deleted Mailfileatt, but the other 2 remain, They can't be deleted using RegEdit.

 

I also have this window that opens up on my taskbar, but doesn't show up on my desktop. :(

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They can't be deleted using RegEdit.

 

 

Everything can be deleted with regedit.

 

Can u tell me what exactly the reg key is ? Have u installed many programs recently ?

 

I'll come back to u with some advice if I can.

 

Mr B

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As long as you're logged on as an Administrator you can delete anything using regedit. BUT...export the key before deleting it just in case. You can delete the exported key after you're sure that deleting it didn't cause any problems.

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I have tried deleting each of those three entries with Regedit in Windows XP. I am logged on to XP as an adminstrator, but Regedit still tells me those three keys can not be deleted.

 

I don't know why. Maybe run Dial-A-Fix > click tools > repair permissions.

 

Read DAF tips

Download DAF

 

Maybe someone else will have some ideas.

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