The registry is a Windows system database that holds information for user accounts, settings and software programs on your operating system. Manually remove the registry entries for a software driver, such as AnyDVD, if they remain in the registry after uninstalling the program. Use the Registry Editor utility to clean out leftover entries since a large or unstable registry can cause your system freeze or crash.
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Log in to Windows with an administrator account.
Click "Start" and type "regedit" into the search field. Click the "Registry Editor" listing that appears in the results.
Click the "Edit" option from the menu bar and choose "Find." Type "AnyDVD" into the search field and click the "Find" button to display the entries associated with the program.
Right-click on an AnyDVD registry entry and click "Delete." Repeat for each of the entries associated with the AnyDVD software.
Close the Registry Editor and restart your computer to save the changes.
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