Originally Posted by nekrosoft13
This is most of the time caused when some app/driver/service holds onto a part of registry and doesn't want to let go.
XP was suffering heavily from this, then MS released User Profile Hive Cleanup Service.
Vista/Win7 has that service by default it is named "User Profile Service" make sure it runs.
Thanx, yes that may seem to be likely. Where can I find this service? With msconfig? I have to look for a similar sounding service, cause I donīt run English speaking Windows Vista.