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System Requirements:

Runs on Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and 2000. Including 32-bit & 64-bit versions. Download size: 3.4 MB

Software Description:

RegUtilities will run a scan of your PC and identify all system errors , missing or corrupt system files. It also identifies errors in ActiveX/COM objects, Windows startups, File associations, File path references, Shared DLLs. To fix these errors, you can purchase a one year registration of RegUtilities software for only $29.95 subscription including all new versions, unlimited smart updates and customer support.

*Free trial is limited to startup customization, registry scanning, backup registry ,defragmenter tool , restore already backed up registry file. To access software full functionality is $29.95 USD subscription including all new versions, unlimited smart updates and customer support for 1 year.

Solve a Slow Startup with these Simple Steps

September 17th, 2011 Posted in Computer Boot Error, Computer Errors, PC Performance Comments Off on Solve a Slow Startup with these Simple Steps


It can be very aggravating to turn on your computer and have it take an extraordinary amount of time to startup. Slow Startup is a problem that may want to make you pull out your hair, you can fix it.


What Causes Slow Startup?

There are three important things that your computer needs as resources to start and to work properly: hard disk space, memory space, and processing power. The problem is the Startup items that begin when you turn on your computer also need these valuable resources. The reality is you only have a finite amount of resources that you can use for these applications, and the more you run the slower your startup will be.


How to Fix the Computer from Having a Slow Startup

Although there may be other reasons why your computer is experiencing a Slow Startup, the main and most likely reason is too many applications opening at your startup.


Solution: Selecting what is on startup


  1. Log onto your computer as the administrator.
  2. Click the Start tab
  3. Select Run and type msconfig in the dialog box
  4. press enter and follow the promptings in the system configuration window that pops up
  5. Depending on which version of Windows you are currently using you will likely need to select the Normal startup button, and then click on the Startup tab
  6. From the list that is populated you can select startup programs that you would like to disable.

WARNING, do not disable these items without first having a good idea about what they are. Turning off the item listed as Realtex may seem like you are disabling Realplayer from starting or something of that nature, but in fact you would make your computer unable to play any sound. Turning off unused programs that do not need to start at startup and are using resources can be a great way to speed up your startup. But on the other hand turning off random items can have a disastrous effect on your computer and your ability to use it.


Thank you and I appreciate you visiting this site. Let me know if this information was of help, or if you need further assistance. I hope that this has corrected your Slow Startup problem and good luck.

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Solve a Missing Toolbar with these Simple Steps

September 16th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, Installer Error Comments Off on Solve a Missing Toolbar with these Simple Steps


There may be times when you are using Windows Internet Explorer and suddenly find that the toolbar or menu bar is missing. This can be very frustrating and stand in the way of productivity. There are some simple steps that can be taken to correct this problem.


What Causes a Missing Toolbar?

Depending upon the version of Internet Explorer you are using there can be a couple of reasons why this is happening. There can be internal software issues that require a manual fix with your registry, or it could be that the autohide option of the taskbar is checked.


How to Fix the Missing Toolbar

Modifying your registry can fix a missing toolbar, however it is important to note that care should be taken when performing this task. If the registry is modified incorrectly then a serious problem can affect your computer. It is a good idea to make a backup of any file you are deleting just in case you need to restore it.


Solution: Manually modifying your registry


  1. Log onto your computer as the administrator.
  2. Shut down IE and any open windows
  3. Select the Start icon on the desktop and then Run
  4. Type regedit in the dialog box and press OK
  5. In the registry find the subkey HKY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar
  6. In the Details tab find Explorer and click it to open. Then locate ITBarLayout and right-click. Select Delete.
  7. Then select the WebBrowser subkey and click to open it.
  8. In Details find the ITBarLayout and right-click. Select Delete
  9. Click Exit in the File menu


Thank you for visiting this site. Let me know if this information was of help, or if you need further assistance. I hope that this has corrected your Missing Toolbar and good luck.

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Jpeg Error Repairs Make Things Look Great Again

September 15th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, Internet Error Comments Off on Jpeg Error Repairs Make Things Look Great Again


JPEG errors are commonly discovered by those working with images. They may be photos that we have taken or images that we have downloaded for a specific purpose. Oftentimes it is very difficult to find the exact perfect image we need. However, what’s worse is when the user comes across a jpeg error while attempting to work with a carefully chosen image and needs to fix that error or find a new image.


What is Jpeg Error?

A jpeg error is simply a message delivered to users when there is a problem with a jpeg or image file that makes it unusable. Some of these errors may be: no preview available; can’t read file header; unknown file format or file not found; unknown or invalid JPED marker; drawing failed, or document may be damaged.


What Causes Jpeg Error?

Insufficient memory and corrupted files are the leading causes of the jpeg error message. This can happen because of RAM failure; interface error in file transfer; hard driver error or memory card error; recovery utilities were used on the files; or images that were formatted or deleted. Images that are not completed downloaded from the Internet can also develop a jpeg error.


How to Fix Jpeg Error?

Fixing a jpeg error allows you to be able to use the image you are encountering difficulties with. Take the time to figure it out rather than seeking out a new image or discarding image files that are important to you.




  1. Open the image in an image editing software like Photoshop or Paintshop.
  2. Resave the file as a new jpeg file can make it usable.
  3. If the image can not be repaired in this way, download the free software IrfanView from
  4. Once downloaded open the software and click on File, then Open.
  5. Choose the image you want to correct and double-click on it. It may display perfectly fine. If so, then you will want to immediately save this new copy of your file by clicking Save As. Make sure that in doing so you opt for the “JPG-JPG/JPEG format” for the type. Use a new name for the file.
  6. If this down not work, try an image recovery software. You will need to download one of these programs, such as JPEG Recovery Pro, PhotoRescue or PixRecovery. While these programs are ones that you purchase, there are typically free trial versions available. Start with these.
  7. If you are content with a smaller copy of your JPEG, you can simply do a screenshot of the repaired thumbnail image of your broken JPEG in the image recovery software demo version. The screenshot can then be opened in IrfanView and saved.


Good luck fixing your JPEG error. If you need further assistance, please let me know.

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JavaScript Repair for a Better Internet Experience

September 12th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, Installer Error, Internet Error, Windows Live Mail Comments Off on JavaScript Repair for a Better Internet Experience



JavaScript repair is important knowledge for those who encounter JavaScript errors. Everyone who uses the Internet utilizes JavaScript whether they realize it or not. In fact many of the best websites use it to bring life and excitement to their online presence.


What is JavaScript Repair?

JavaScript errors are typically found when using Web browsers. The JavaScript language is actually a part of all Web browsers that facilitates dynamic websites and user interfaces. It is also found in desktop widgets, site-specific browsers and PDF documents. When JavaScript can not perform as it is designed to, you will encounter errors that require JavaScript repair.


What Causes You to Need JavaScript Repair?

There are multiple reasons that you may encounter JavaScript errors. One reason may be that the browser you are using is old or rare. Active scripting may also be disabled on the browser for security reasons. Many browsers have filters that block certain JavaScript functions because the language is such that it can be utilized for viruses by hackers.


How to Do JavaScript Repair

JavaScript repair is like many computer error repairs. It consists of systematically verifying one area and then moving on to another if that does not work. If you encounter JavaScript errors follow the steps below to repair it.




  1. Attempt the same action with a different browser. If you are struggling with Internet Explorer and getting JavaScript errors, try using Firefox. You can download it for free at If you are not getting the same errors, you will need to return to the original browser and attempt to repair the issue.
  2. To check if active scripting is disabled, go to Tools on your browser.
  3. Choose Internet options and then the Security tab.
  4. Select the Internet zone. If prompted to customize or change security settings you should opt for Default Level and then click OK, unless you are forced to customize them.
  5. Click on Custom Level and a dialog box for Security Settings-Internet Zone will appear. Find the section entitled Scripting and click Enable Active Scripting.
  6. Close this box and refresh your web browser. Attempt the website again where you encountered your JavaScript errors and scripts should run fine.
  7. If this fails, check if the browser you are using is the most recent one. In Internet Explorer, go to the Menu bar and selecting Tools. Opt for Windows Update and then select the Express option. This scan will provide you with information regarding your browser version and available updates. If your browser needs to be updated, do so following the instructions. Shut down and restart your computer when finished.


Good luck getting your JavaScript repair done so you can enjoy dynamic, exciting websites and other applications.

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