Thursday, May 26, 2016


Repair is a portable tool which can help you get a damaged PC working again, useful if for example you've just removed a stubborn malware infection and now your system is seriously misbehaving.
The program's tabbed interface first walks you through some basic recovery steps. There are pointers to some free antivirus tools, for instance, and buttons to check your hard drive for errors, run the System File Checker, and crte or restore a System Restore point.
For the rl power here, though, click Start Repairs, select "Custom

Mode" and click Start. And here you'll see options to reset Registry and File permissions, re-register system files, remove system policies commonly set by malware, and repair WMI, your firewall, IE, Hosts file, Winsock and DNS cache, and more. Just check the boxes next to the repair you'd like to carry out, click Start and Repair will fix the selected problems for you.
There's no doubt that Repair includes some powerful options which may be able to help you fix all kinds of odd issues.
However, this tool can also cause plenty of problems of its own. So choosing to "Repair Winsock", for instance, might get your internet connection working, but could also brk some low-level network-related appliion, such as a firewall. Reinstalling these programs should get them running again, but it's still best to be cautious: apply the Repair twks one at a time, and only when you're completely sure they're necessary.

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