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Error in registry....

Hello sir,
I have recently installed windows XP blackedition v6 ultimate.... More or less after installing NOD32 antivirus,though i had Comodo antivirus by default, one error message suddenlyappeared, IN 3 DIFFERENT windows and still everytime appearing whenlaunching any application or even when launching add/remove programs....

Written " ERROR " on top, saying ....
A RUNTIME ERROR HAS OCCURRED, DO YOU WISH TO DEBUG?
LINE: 99
ERROR: LIBRARY NOT REGISTERED.

Itried 2 fix the prob with Registry mechanic, Registry booster(Uniblue)and even Malwarebytes, they always find only 2 problems one sayingMISSING OR INVALID PATH in
The key HTML help under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWS contains a bad path or value name AM_LHA.chm ....

And the other saying,
MISSING OR INVALID PATH in
The key DefTextPathes under HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWAREGABESTVSFILTER contains a bad path1 for the value c: subtitles ....

I repair them but again after restarting and scanning these 2 appear :(

Please help me, i don wanna to format it again.... please.... :(

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  • kai999 Dec 13, 2008

    Well thnx every1.... the prob was a background program - the sidebar.... which i reinstalled n thts all .... i dinn think it would be so easy.... thnx every 1.
    And bibleman if i had to do that only then i wouldn't have asked anyone for help here....

  • barb60 Jan 12, 2009

    Registry Mechanic runs every day and comes up with the same problem HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Gabest\DVobSub\DefTextPathes

    and lists it as High Priority: Highlighted value is missing or invalid

    It does repair it ...but why every time it runs does the same problem occur

  • Greg Wilkins
    Greg Wilkins May 11, 2010

    when you said you didn't want to format the hard drive again what other option do you have if you can't fix it I have got these registry error popups several times and never had a registry problem.Oh and by the way i wasn't saying you was dumb or anything. I was just giving a responce. plz forgive me dear sir if i have offended you :)

  • Greg Wilkins
    Greg Wilkins May 11, 2010

    Try putting the XP disk back in and just installing . It will leave everything like it is and install. Of course you may of already did this. Did you use update instead of new install?
    Greg


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Maybe, you have registry problem. 

  • Just restart the system 
  • Press F8 while starting the windows
  • Select "Safe Mode" options 
  • After restarting, a window will come up on screen
  • select No
  • Just select the past date from the date calender. You must select a past date from which you were not facing problem.
  • A restore process will start automatically.
  • press okey and finish
  • restart the computer.

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