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Monday, January 18, 2010

Security Restore-restore your deafult security settings





Security Restore, as the name implies, will simply attempt to restore your computer to the default security settings. This is useful for when you get, ‘You don’t have permission to… blah, blah, blah’ errors, while installing programs or updating stuff. It will also attempt to repair the dreaded 0×80070005 error messages when trying to register dll files while installing certain Windows components or programs. Sometimes you will not get this specific error number, but just an Installation Failed message. This tool will in most cases also repair these errors, for example:  Internet Explorer 7 installation failure and permission errors while installing BitDefender AntiVirus.
This should only be used when you actually have something wrong with your computer. This will normally be after a virus attack and you are trying to register components, for example: when you try and update a Windows installation. Also, when you try to install a AntiVirus program after virus removal and you keep on receiving permission errors. This utility replaces the popular Rizone 0×80070005 FIX.

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