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The COM component CLSID references an invalid CLSID


toto800

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After registry scan and choosing 'fix selected issues' I get the note:

 

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The COM component CLSID\{B2D2142A-9055-4C37-B3FA-EEFDD4C1DC59} references an invalid CLSID. These are often left behind after uninstalling software.

 

Solution: Delete the registry value.

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How can I delete the registry value ?

 

Thank you in advance

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Andavari :
The screenshot only shows advertisements
Augeas :
Clicking on 'fIx' again don't delete it so scanning the registry again gives the same result .

I see the option of :  right click on the problem lines that appearing after the scan performed (ActiveX/COM Issue) > 'Open in RegEdit...' > right click on the 'HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT' > delete .
Is it safe to do it ?

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I've removed the screenshot, it was working when I posted it but not now I see, time to completely abandon Pixpipeline because of issues with it in the past too.

 

The button Augeas was talking about is on the bottom right in the registry cleaner, it's titled: Fix selected issues

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Clicking on 'Fix selected issues' again don't delete it so scanning the registry again gives the same result .

Is it safe to delete the registry value like that:

right click on the problem lines that appearing after the scan performed (ActiveX/COM Issue) >

'Open in RegEdit...' > right click on the 'HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT' > delete .

 

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Clicking on 'Fix selected issues' again don't delete it so scanning the registry again gives the same result .

Is it safe to delete the registry value like that:

right click on the problem lines that appearing after the scan performed (ActiveX/COM Issue) >

'Open in RegEdit...' > right click on the 'HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT' > delete .

 

?

I tried it , it seems those registry files cannot be deleted via the Registy Editor .

So what can be done ?

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'Open in RegEdit...' > right click on the 'HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT' > delete .

 

You do NOT want to delete the whole "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT", that will wreak havoc on your system.

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