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Elkay

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Recently Google Toolbar which I use was updated. Eversince that time when I clean the registry in CCleaner, I keep getting six Active X/COM registry problems. I get a message as follows: "The COM component GoogleTalk.TalkFriend.1 references an invalid CLSID. Solution: Delete the registry values". When I click on fixing the issues, it appears that it was cleaned, however, the next time I boot up it comes back again. The problem was not there before the Google toolbar update.

 

Can anyone help me with this problem? Appreciate your help.

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Are you a recent convert to IE7? If so, you might be one of those who, like me, is affected by a bug where all the DPF's show up as "damaged", when you click on their properties, even though it appears they're not. Perhaps that could be causing the problem.

If not, disregard.

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Recently Google Toolbar which I use was updated. Eversince that time when I clean the registry in CCleaner, I keep getting six Active X/COM registry problems. I get a message as follows: "The COM component GoogleTalk.TalkFriend.1 references an invalid CLSID. Solution: Delete the registry values". When I click on fixing the issues, it appears that it was cleaned, however, the next time I boot up it comes back again. The problem was not there before the Google toolbar update.

 

Can anyone help me with this problem? Appreciate your help.

 

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Are you a recent convert to IE7? If so, you might be one of those who, like me, is affected by a bug where all the DPF's show up as "damaged", when you click on their properties, even though it appears they're not. Perhaps that could be causing the problem.

If not, disregard.

 

 

 

Yes, I'm a recent convert to IE7, but not by choice. I didn't want to install IE7 upon notification but subsequently there were some critical windows updates and my PC refused to update until I installed IE7. Is that crazy or what? The problem with Google Active X started prior to the install of IE7. It happened right after an updated Google toolbar about a month ago.

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