Originally Posted by dinesh
I have Vista Home Premium 32 on a Dell, little over a year old and my experience not much more. My Uniblue registry cleaner license had expired and I decided on trying RegCure this year, downloaded, got and entered the new license, and being a good housekeeper proceeded to uninstall the Uniblue. After a restart, I noticed there were no quick launch icons or chevron hash on my task bar. Well, I thought every day being a new day of problems I'll
have to 'Start', click all my programs again and 'Pin to Quick Launch'. Nothing happens, no message. So I right click on the task bar and get a Big Trouble
Message: "C:\Users\Jon\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\InternetExplorer\QuickLaunch refers to a location that is unavailable. It could be on a hard drive on this computer, or on a network. Check to make sure that the disk is properly inserted [what?], or that you are connected to the internet or your network,
and try again. If still can't be located the information might have been moved to a different location." Additionally, right click task bar > click toolbars to
get the second window with: Address, Windows Media Player, Links,Tablet Pc Input Panel, iTunes, Desktop, Quick Launch, New Toolbar and they are all
grayed out. So, I don't know, I went ahead and 'ran the scan' with my new RegCure and it found all the usual supects and then at the end said "255 Empty Registry Keys". That is unusual. I stopped there, did not 'run the cleaner', and came to the Forums. Am I in Big Trouble?, or can it be fixed? Thank you.