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  1. The "Lists" have Moved! :)

    Thank you, Hazel
  2. The "Lists" have Moved! :)

    Hi Dennis My pleasure, always good to be here!
  3. The "Lists" have Moved! :)

    Just wanted to let you know that we have two new Lists up and running at SystemLookup Firefox Extensions database Active Setup List, containing items registered to HKLM or HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components The new Lists do not yet show up on the main "Browse By List" page, but as you can see they can be directly accessed. Also, a global search for a CLSID or filename will yield results from the new lists as well. FYI, after the creation of the initial eight Lists mentioned at the start of this topic, the following Lists were also added: Startup List - Startup / Autorun Entries O16 List - ActiveX Installs SEH List - ShellExecuteHooks Drivers List - Windows System Drivers And again, we're always grateful for any new submissions. After all, we can't be everywhere at once all by ourselves... A big thank you to everyone for your continued support!
  4. regitry backup via CCleaner

    Indeed! Download that regfile association fix. Now the best thing to do, when double-clicking the downloaded regfile will not produce the "Are you sure you want to add the information in *FileName.reg* to the registry?" prompt either, is open the Registry Editor (Start > Run > type regedit , then press OK or hit 'Enter') Choose 'Import' from the 'File' menu Browse to the downloaded regfile , highlight it, and press the 'Open' button. You should be told that 'the information in *filename.reg* was successfully added to the Registry. That ought to fix your problem, unless something else is 'broken' as well.
  5. Firefox 3.6 out

    I was able to get all my incompatible extensions to work again thanks to MR Tech Toolkit, except for IE Tab Coral IE Tab however turns out to be a great alternative
  6. Well, I don't have the HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client subkey in the first place, but I did test (WinXp SP3). I created HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client\Default\AddIns\RDPDR\FilterQueueType I then ran CCleaner, and it did indeed remove all subkeys below HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client
  7. Scanning Run Registry Keys

    Microsoft Technet almost exclusively refers to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run Not running Windows 7 myself, but it would therefore appear that Windows does not check the HKCU equivalent at boot. FWIW, the key is used to store autostart entries for 32-bit software on 64-bit systems
  8. How to properly create file types?

    Not sure how exactly CCleaner determines whether an extension is 'unused', but you could experiment with also registering your new extension under: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts Unlike on Win 9x, in XP and Vista this is the principal key that determines the current program in use for the filetype. Come to think of it, it's prolly a good idea to make sure that your application is registered under HKCR\Applications with its shell\open\command subkey's Default value set to the path name of the application's executable
  9. /me waves

    Hiya Rock, welcome - good to see you here!
  10. Spyware Apps

    Hi Woody. I've never used Sandboxie myself. I have a test box I can hose whenever I want, and on my main box I have Acronis True Image installed which has a handy Sandbox feature of itself called "Try&Decide" which I use as well That said, as there is a variety of ways one can get infected, not just by browsing the net, I think a good Anti-Malware is always a useful addition.
  11. Spyware Apps

    I run Avira Premium as well, and I'm very happy with it too, but I still believe Malwarebytes Antimalware is a very useful addition to any antivirus. They specialize in baddies that AVs generally either pay less attention to, or have trouble removing, and the MBAM team really is on top of currently 'in the wild' malware There are even numerous examples of Avira (as well as Symantec, and no doubt other AV's) staff actually recommending MBAM to get rid of particularly resilient malware...
  12. Happy New Year

    Happy New Year, everyone!
  13. A sad end

    You're very welcome, DennisD. Happy Holidays to everyone.
  14. A sad end

    np, you're very welcome, Hazel
  15. A sad end

    You're very welcome, Andavari. It was Javacool who, last August, came forward with his generous offer to host the Lists, and they're being updated throughout the day In addition to myself, the editing team currently includes the following members of the anti-malware community: miekiemoes Metallica random/random nasdaq Marckie Zupe Vino Rosso Rorschach112
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