RegCure Fixes Windows errors and cleans and optimizes your Windows Registry while it also corrects the following:
Invalid COM or ActiveX object entries in the Windows registry can cause application failures, document and information loss, and system crashes. RegCure will scan and remove these entries automatically, setting your mind at ease.
When an application's installer does not correctly set up the uninstall process, the Registry becomes clogged with invalid information. RegCure scours your registry for invalid information left behind by incorrect uninstall processes.
Often application errors – especially in Word processing applications – are caused by missing or corrupt font files. RegCure resolves these inconsistencies for you ensuring that font files taking up space in your registry are valid.
Invaild entries in the Shared DLLs section of the Registry can cause a certain type of application failure commonly known ad "DLL hell". RegCure puts your mind at ease by repairing and restoring your Registry automatically.
Disk directories that are not referenced correctly can often cause programs to fail. RegCure will scan and fix the Application Paths section of the Window registry
Help Files Information
The last thing you need when you are looking for help on an application is for it to crash! RegCure takes care of invalid help file references so you never have to worry about the registry containing incorrect help information.
Windows Startup Items
RegCure quickly finds and deletes missing program entries in the startup items area of the Windows registry. Incorrect installation programs will cause these problems without you even realizing it!
Some registry items can be associated with non-existent files and folders – such as when temporary files are used for storage. RegCure will help you remove the invalid entries every time you scan!
Incorrect program shortcuts can cause applications to take much longer to start – or simply stop them from running at all. RegCure effortlessly finds these entries and removes them for you.
Empty Registry Keys
RegCure will remove Registry keys that have no value, sweeping out the useless entries that clog up your system.
Shell extensions provide you with useful enhancements to the working environment of your PC. Invalid shell extension entries can cause irregularities that will frustrate and slow you down. The RegCure scan will find these entries so that they can be removed permanently.
You can customize how RegCure scans your registry by selecting only the items you want to be scanned.
Automatic Scanning with the Scheduling Tool
With RegCure you can create schedules so that a registry scan is done automatically on the time you choose. Using the scheduling feature you can set more than one schedule to run daily, weekly, monthly, at system startup, and more.
Selection and Removal
You can choose which items RegCure has detected after it completes the registry scan.
RegCure offers you the ability to ignore items that have been detected after the registry is scanned. In this way these items will be ignored for subsequent scans. You can manage an Ignore list should you want to have these items scanned and removed in the future.
RegCure offers you the ability to perform an automatic repair of detected items after a scan. You can configure the settings so that a repair of detected items occurs after each scan.
Backup and Restore
An automatic backup is created every time you use RegCure. You can restore any items any time for peace of mind.
RegCure offers quick and easy access to all the programs that are launched when you start your computer. You can enable and disable applications in the Manage Startup list with a few simple clicks.
Download RegCure now and optimize your PC!
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Fix Internet Explorer
Common Internet Explorer Error Codes:
|404 File Not Found
This is the most common Internet Explorer error experienced by users.
If you receive this error, it simply means the web server you are trying to access cannot find the page/URL being requested. The page may have moved, been deleted or you might have typed an incorrect URL.
Try refreshing the page or visiting again later. The site may have been temporarily down or undergoing maintenance.
|52 Runtime Error
The script cannot find the file it is looking for. This could be due to a missing file or connection problems..
Clear the temporary internet files cache.. If the problem still persists, you may need to contact the site administrator..
|400 Bad File Request
This error occurs on an incorrect URL. Most likely a typo error.
This error occurs when you have not authenticated correctly. ie: You have entered an incorrect login or password.
|403 Forbidden/Access Denied
Similar to 401, special permission is needed to access the website A password and/or username may not be correctly registered on the websites database. Other times the website server may not have the proper permissions set up on its directories...
|408 Request Timeout
Client (your computer) stopped the request before the server finished retrieving it. A user will either hit the stop button, close the browser, or click on a link before the page loads. Usually occurs when servers are slow or file sizes are large.
|500 Internal Error
Internal errors occur when there is a problem on the server side.
|501 Not Implemented
Web server doesn't support a requested feature.
|502 Service Temporarily Overloaded
A server that has reached traffic saturation and can not serve any more clients/requests. Common problem on some very popular sites.
|503 Service Unavailable
Service currently unavailable.
|Bad File Request
Browser may not support the form or other coding you're trying to access.
|Connection Refused by Host
Permission problem or authentication error.
|Errors on Page
This error message is a broad covering any number of problems that could have occured. Refreshing the page normally solves the issue.
|File Contains No Data
Page is there but is not showing anything. Error occurs in the document. Attributed to bad table formatting, or stripped header information....
Host server down. Hit reload or go to the site later
|Network Connection Refused by the Server
||The Web server is busy. To resolve this problem, refresh the page. (Press Ctrl and F5).
(The information in this solution applies to: Internet Explorer 5.5 (SP1) 95 / 98 / 98 Second Edition / NT4.0 / 2000). When you attempt to browse to various websites, you may receive an error message similar to the following 'A runtime error has occurred. Do you wish to debug? Line number Error: Permission Denied.'
This can occur if you upgrade to IE 5.5 (SP1). The upgrade enables the script-debugging and script-error-notification options. (Note: Because there are several versions of Windows, the following steps may be different on your computer. If they are, please consult your product documentation to complete these steps:)
Fortunately this is a very rare Internet Explorer Error message...
To resolve this issue, disable the script-debugging and script-error-notification options. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Start Internet Explorer.
2. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
3. Click the Advanced tab .
4. Click to select the Disable script debugging check box .
5. Click to clear the Display a notification about every script error check box .
6. Click Apply, and then click OK.
|Unable to Locate Host
The server you are trying to access could be down, or you are not connected to the internet.
Try refreshing the page.