by admin November 27, 2006 at 10:21 am

Dial-a-fix is an advanced utility for Microsoft Windows written by DjLizard in Borland Delphi that repairs various Windows problems, such as:

– Windows Update errors and problems with Automatic Updates
– SSL, HTTPS, and Cryptography service (signing/verification) issues
– COM/ActiveX object errors and missing registry entries
and more.

Dial-a-fix (hereby known as “DAF”) is a collection of known fixes gleaned from Microsoft Knowledgebase articles, Microsoft MVPs, and other important support forums, that will assist you in repairing problems with your system. Although this tool is ordinarily meant for power users, technicians, and administrators, it is quite safe to use even without technical guidance (although it is recommended). Simply choose the solutions you wish to apply via checkmarks, and click GO. There are other buttons and tools present on the main dialog as well, such as the policy scanner. All tools and checkmarks identify their purpose when you mouse over them.

DAF works on all pertinent 32-bit versions of Windows: 98, 98SE, Me, 2000, XP, and Server 2003. Dial-a-fix dynamically disables functions that are not applicable to your version of Windows. The version of Windows with the most support and functionality is currently Windows XP.

Dial-a-fix.exe and Dial-a-fix-full.exe are 100% freeware.

Download: Dial-a-fix