Before using scanreg/restore, I used to get Java error notices. I no longer get them. The last one I got was
"Java (TM) Web Start 1.5.0_02
Error invoking Java VM (execv) C:|Program Files|Java|jre1.5.0_02|bin|javaw.exe"
After using scanreg/restore, I occasionally get the following message on booting up.
"The IPHLPAPI.DLL file cannot start. Check the file to determine the problem."
After using scanreg/restore, I always get a notice on booting up which tells me that Windows is searching for the shortcut 'quickstart.exe' and asks me if I want to browse for it myself. When I say "No", I get the following message.
"The item 'quickstart.exe' that this shortcut refers to has been changed or moved. The nearest match bases on size, date, and type, is 'C:\Program Files\ONSPEEDinstlsp.exe'. Do you want this shortcut to point to this item?"
Sorry, Derek, there was a details button, and it provides the following notice.
"Internet Explorer 6 cannot be repaired due to the following errors:
An error occurred loading 'c:\windows\SYSTEM\mstime.dll'. The file may not have been installed or it has been corrupted."
What do you make of all this?