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Storage Device Registry Cleaner Scrubber Tool

I am looking for a Win 2003 version of the Microsoft Storage Device Registry Cleaner Scrubber Tool. I have the one for Windows 2000 but need one that works for 2003.

This is to clean the registry of old storage device objects which are cluttering my registry. This can cause the registry to become too large and eventually no more storage devices will be added.

Thanks in advance.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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