Minagaipt reacted to CMC in Why no uninstall?
"Normally you will not need to use it." Yes you need the uninstall option. After constant error message while trying to backup full registry, I decided to get rid of it and stay with JV16 power tools and Advance system care that have served flawlessly for the past FIVE years. Thanks to Revo uninstaller, did not need look too far to uninstall "Wise" thingie.
Minagaipt reacted to CMC in Cannot backup "Full Registry"
Cannot backup "Full Registry" and receive error message that the file at C:\documents and settings\ <My name>\Local settings\temp\fullreg.rbk cannot be exported, error writing file. It writes it the rbk in the temp folder but, cannot export/re-write it and deletes it from the temp folder. Have not tried restore backup and don't need to. But cannot export .rbk and save it as .reg?
It backs up the changes to registry when cleaning as they are listed in the restore option but, NO full registry backup.
The question remains, why doesn't it just write the backup as .reg file along with the other backups in the same folder and, why it cannot export it from temp folder to where the file needs and should be?
Any idea? winxp sp3
Thanks in advance
Minagaipt reacted to cajmone in apertura iperlink da motore di ricerca
Sovente (ma non sempre) usando la funzione "apri in una nuova scheda" sui linlk dei motori di riceca non si apre la pagina e per vederla devo fare un refresh. Questo problema è incominciato solo adesso dopo una pulitura del registro con wise register cleaner 7 e purtroppo non ho fatto copia del registro e punto di ripristino (tuttavia potrebbe essere solo una coincidenza). Cosa posso fare per risolvere il problema?
Grazie e cordiali saluti
Operating system:Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit) Service Pack 1
System root: C:\Windows
Available physical memory: 4001 MB
CPU: Intel® Pentium® CPU G630 @ 2.70GHz
C: 448,23 GB
D: 17,43 GB
Internet Explorer: 11.0
Minagaipt reacted to sgard in access to internet
this morning I downloaded Wise Registry Cleaner, and then ran the Registry Cleaner program. There seemed to be a large number of "errors". I then did whatever was necessary to clean up the registry. I went one step further which perhaps was unwise - I ran system Tuneup.
I then rebooted my computer, linked to the internet through WIFI and the indication after rebooting was that the computer was connected to the internet.
I then tried to start Google Chrome - and it would not start. Then tried to start Internet Explorer but received a Windows error message that the computer could not access IE. Hit the diagnostic button that came up and it was a Windows diagnostic that checked the internet connection. After a few minutes the diagnostic asked me to choose the WiFi connection (curious since the icon on the lower right of the computer had indicated I was connected to the correct node, and the signal wa excellent)
I choose the internet connection and the diagnostic proceeded and eventually indicated it had completed the connection. I was then able to connect to IE and Google Chrome.
This process took about 10 minutes to diagnose the problem with the internet connection.
Its a pain in the butt and I shouldn't have to do this. Everything was fine before I ran Wise Registry cleaner.
How do I fix the problem.???
Minagaipt reacted to mastervbguru in Wise Registry Cleaner 8.12.534 doesn't save "Auto-Get Newsletters' Setting
I upgraded from Wise Registry Cleaner 8.11.533 to 8.11.534. When I click on Settings and UNCHECK the "Auto Get Newsletters" checkbox, the next time I load Wise Registry Cleaner, this checkbox is CHECKED again. It does NOT save my setting (i.e. UNCHECKED.
I reverted back to release 8.11.533; this version DOES save the state of this checkbox correctly.
Minagaipt reacted to xilolee in Feature requests/Suggestions: Wise Registry Cleaner missing features
I would like to see some new features of WRC:
1) Regarding the installed version of WRC (scilicet the uninstaller version): DON'T REMOVE c:\users\user-name\appdata\roaming\wise registry cleaner\backup folder and the files in it.
2) POSSIBILITY to select/tick/tap/check all found problems in a section and ignore them in one click.
Better: select part of the entries to ignore and ignore them in one click.
3) POSSIBILITY to ignore all sections in the custom area (at the present we need to select at least one section)
4) Command line parameter to defragment the Windows registry ONLY.
Minagaipt reacted to GtMatt83 in My PC has slowed after defrag
I recently installed Wise Registry Cleaner 8 to rid my registry of faulty entries.
I have to be honest I was very impressed, however my PC was running fairly fast but I thought I'd run the registry defrag whilst I was at it.
Now it has completed, it has slowed my machine dramatically, that my bootup speed and program start speeds are at least x10 worse. My PC booted in 45 seconds with no lag starting programs but after the defrag it takes nearly 5 minutes and programs (like firefox) which were usually instant are now take a minute or so.
Is there a way to reverse this or solve this issue??
Many thanks, Matt.
P.S. my PC's stats are below:
Manufacturer Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
Total amount of system memory 8.00 GB RAM
System type 64-bit operating system
AMD Phenom II X4 955 Processor
Number of processor cores 4
Total size of hard disk(s) 447 GB
Disk partition (C:) 18 GB Free (149 GB Total)
Disk partition (D:) 209 GB Free (298 GB Total)
Media drive (E:) CD/DVD Media drive (I:) CD/DVD Media drive (K:) CD/DVD
Display adapter type NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570
Total available graphics memory 4095 MB
Dedicated graphics memory 1280 MB
Dedicated system memory 0 MB
Shared system memory 2815 MB
Display adapter driver version 22.214.171.12488
Primary monitor resolution 1920x1080
DirectX version DirectX 10
Network Adapter Realtek RTL8168D/8111D Family PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC (NDIS 6.20)
Minagaipt reacted to UCanFixIt in WRC v8.12 to v8.21 Bug
I just used the new auto-update function to update WRC but the old version is still shown as the installed version (same as reported for WDC).
Now, the wording for the new auto-update feature would indicate you should never have to use the full installer again; however, this "new installer" does not update every area so the full installer is still required.
(Description from Wise website)
Automatic update is activated, it can download the update file and install it automatically. User don't bother to download the installer file from the webpage and then install it manually anymore.
Do as you wish but this should be fixed IMHO.
Minagaipt reacted to Donald1234 in registry cleaner 8
registry cleaner does not delete 20+ files anyone know why??/
Operating system:Windows 8.1 (64 bit)
System root: C:\WINDOWS
Available physical memory: 3984 MB
CPU: Intel® Celeron® CPU J1900 @ 1.99GHz
C: 914.89 GB
Internet Explorer: 11.0