registry checker runs at start up.

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Reach Out, Apr 10, 2006.

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    Reach Out Guest

    Microsoft registry checker runs at start up every time I switch on pc.
    It then says it is repairing the system data.
    A message then comes up saying,
    ''windows found an error in your system files and was unable to fix the
    problems.
    Try deleting some files to free up disk space on your windows drive.
    If that does not work you will need to install windows to a new directory.''
    I have tried deleting some files but no good.
    There is ample free space on the c drive.
    Can any body suggest what i can do to resolve this problem.
    I have run a few different registry checkers but none resolve the problem.

    Reach Out
     
    Reach Out, Apr 10, 2006
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    PC Guest




    "If that does not work you will need to install windows to a new
    directory.''

    P.
     
    PC, Apr 10, 2006
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