Originally Posted by FeMaster
I've never used that program myself, but based on what's in the picture, the only way those registry entries could be "invalid" would be if the associated software was uninstalled from the computer, but the install program didn't remove the items from the registry... I'd guess you would have to decide for yourself if those in the picture were still installed or not.
i.e. Looks like Kodak software, possibly from a digital camera...
There are many other items not seen, so I think I would only delete those that you can be sure about... Check to see if those files actually exists on your system or not. If they don't, then I see no reason you shouldn't be able to delete the entries in the registry.
I use Norton System Works, along with System Mechanic.
My girlfriend put the Kodak cd in her computer (you know, the CD you get when you order pictures) well, after she put it in her computer got slower, and significantly less stable. It was bad enough that Kodak made itself the default picture viewer for just about all types of image files AND it installed the software without asking her (or basically made it VERY difficult to not install the software), and even uninstalling this program is a pain in the ass!
I'm going through her computer now, and I could really use all the help I can get when cleaning out her registry and boot sequence (why load up programs that only take up memory but will never really be used?) so I think I will try the acelogix (or whatever that link was) and see how things go.
Also, could somebody check out a website for me and tell me if it's spyware based? I would suggest disabling cookies/java when visiting the site because although it appears normal, I don't trust it. I believe it's www.WhenU.com
It says it's "anti-spyware" related, but I don't buy it. Also, when I visit various webpages (any pages, including di.net) it'll open up another window towards it's browser (so it appears that di.net has pop-up advertising). I'm likely going to uninstall the program, but I just wanted somebody's outside opinion.