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Registry scan hangs, stops responding w/365 and WRC

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Hello:

 

   I am a long time happy user and proponent of Wise products. For the first time ever I have an issue. Both 365 and WRC hang up and stop responding when doing a registry scan. Need to close it via task manager. WRS stops on a fast scan after recognizing 43 issues if that helps but I doubt it. Screenshot attached.

 

Computer Data

 

HP 2000 2b19WM

Windows 8/64 - fresh install after DBANing the HDD

Everything else seems fine with the PC except the wireless card which works then quits if you go even 20 feet from the router no issue when plugged into NIC

Defender runs without issue (I know big deal)

 

 

 

Any help is welcomed

 

Curlington     nyuk nyuk nyuk

 

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Additional data: Ran registry defrag it took 3 seconds to analyze and it was 0.60 and not in need as it s a new Windows install. I did it anyway. Worked fine. Registry scans hang when scanning Active X. Also it hangs after finding 43 items in Active X whether running a default,safe or deep scan.

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Hey Curlington,

Sorry for the delay.

Can you export this registry entry and send to me? We will do some test.

1, Press Win + R to open Run window

2, Enter regedit and click OK to open Register editor

3, Expand and Scroll to find HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\ActivatableClasses\,

4, Right click on it, click Export

 

Thanks.

 

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Here you go. Thanks and no problem, not upset just being silly. Here are a couple of files, nope wait it wont allow me to attach and upload a .reg file .Says I don't have permission. Here is a screenshot. Nothing in there no values.

 

 

 

 

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Hey Curlington

I sent you a dropbox share link email, you can upload the file here.

Please check you inbox.

Dropbox wanted me to sign in. Don't have an account, didn't want to register. Sent you the file in a reply to email in which I said I assume your Firewall will block it  No insight from the png screenshot above? Thanks. Auslogics runs w/o a hitch but I like Wise

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Its only 36K in size. you said open activateable classes then export. its tiny no need to compress. We are not getting through to each other, lol. Dropbox DID ask for a password could my proxy server have had something to do with that.? I use a PITA webmail server so will doublecheck the proxy thing tomorrow when i do my one daily visit there.

 

 

no set values there per the png screenshot several posts ago

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Just remove the extension .reg and rename it as .zip or .txt, this will circumvent the problem of the upload here (Yes, it will work).

Cool but they both run now since running Auslogics reg cleaner. don't know why nothing really has changed but that. Cheers!  Thanks all

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