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Need Help to resolve/understand errors reported by XP Repair

Discussion in 'Software Q&A' started by Nariman, Mar 24, 2006.

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  1. Nariman

    Nariman New Member

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    Need help to resolve/understand errors reported by XP Repair Pro 20006 (Unregistered)
    A) In module Shortcuts some 16 errors are shown. For example it shows :
    Entry Value : C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Recent\Photos.lnk
    Key Node : J:\Wallpapers\Photos
    Suggested Action (Shortcut Missing) Removable
    Location : C:\Documents and Setting\Owner\Recent\Photos.lnk.
    However when I click on the photo.lnk it opens J:\Wallpapers\Photo correctly.
    What does it mean that (Shortcut Missing) Removable ?
    Should I delete this and similar entries ? If so, what will be repurcusions.

    Similarly in Module : Types/Extensions it shows one of several errors as under :
    Entry Value : .pch
    Key Node : Empty
    Suggested Actions : Extention Value Empty (Removable)
    Location : HKCR\.pch

    Using regedit and opening HKEY_Classes_Roots\.pch the right colums shows
    Name:Default
    Type: REG_SZ
    Data : (Value mot set)

    What does the entry value .pch mean. Again should I delete and if so what will be repurcessions ?

    I look forward to help and guidance on this.

    Regards
    Nariman
     
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    varungupta17 New Member

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    In first case it is the shortcut saved in recent history of windows everytime u access any file... So u can delete it...
    In second case it is an extension of files... I seems u have installed and unistalled a software that used these extensions... U can delete them but to be safer let them be.. It wont affect ur computer in anyway....
     
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    what is XP Repair Pro 20006 ?
     
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