Error in regseeker in German. Please help

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  1. notageek

    notageek Registered Member

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    I get this error message in German ( I think it's german) "Indice de liste hors limites (0)". what does it mean? When I get it, RegSeeker stops scanning.
     
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    i'd guess it's something which needs to be debugged and not a registry problem.
     
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    Uninstall Regseeker completely from your system...and I mean completely....search it out with everything you have........when your satisfied that there isn't a speck of it left anywhere, reinstall it fresh from...

    http://www.hoverdesk.net/freeware.htm

    I had the same prob last year......after a lot of messing and trying to mend the unmendable, I just did the above and it's been as good as gold ever since....worth a try....:D


    Cochise,:cool:
     
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    Sorry, I didn't know it was French. I did a search here and didn't find anything about the error. I must of spelled it wrong or something.

    Cochise, I don't have it installed. I just unzipped it to the folder. Do I just delete the regseeker folder?

    OK I deleted the folder and unzipped a new regseeker and tried it again and I get the same error. Anyone know a fix?
     
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    as no one has come up with anything i'll just say what i would do, but it's no more then an idea, sorry.

    i think regseeker is finding something it doesn't understand and that stops it in its tracks. maybe if you use another cleaner first it may remove the problem value, also, doing what Cochise said - remove anything the other cleaner finds with regseeker in. then re-scan with a new copy of regseeker.

    remember to backup the results of the other cleaner/s you use. i like JV16 and CCleaner together, they both have backup options.

    another idea would be to put back the .reg file regseeker last removed, or whatever other cleaner you have cleaned with. :)
     
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    I done all of that and I still get the error. I just might move on from regseeker to something else.
     
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    Translation is: Index of list except limits (0)
     
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    what does it mean?
     
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