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When I ran WinDoctor (NSW 2009 Premier), it identified the following: The key, "software/microsoft/windows/currentversion/app paths/asoelnch.exe" refers to an invalid application path, "\asoelnch.exe".
The program is located a couple levels down in my NIS 2009 install folder on my F: drive.
I ran CCleaner just before WinDoctor, and it didn't alert on the registry entry.
NIS 2009 (220.127.116.11) works just fine. Could that registry key be left over from previous updates? I guess it's safe to remove the key?
P.S. I thought that CCleaner was more aggresive than WinDoctor. Maybe it isn't?