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  1. I think we may have the same problem ~ see http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=26411&view=findpost&p=182284 ~ Gmail I believe stores Cookies in ' Cookies\Low' directory. When I installed v3.00.1310 it zapped my iGoogle Cookies; the option to 'Keep' was not available
  2. The latest v3.00.1310 has reintroduced the original fault - ie CCleaner deletes, but does not give the option to keep, cookies stored in '..\Cookies\Low' This problem was fixed at some point in the past - I am reverting to CCleaner v2.36.1233 which was OK! Thanks Alexis & malonn for your posts re Firefox - this is not, however, the problem I am experiencing
  3. CCleaner v2.27.1070 (latest): Windows 7 (64bit) OS Only cookies with a presence in '..\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies' are being shown in 'Cookies to Delete' list. However iGoogle, for example, stores cookies in '..\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low'. CCleaner deletes such cookies but does not give the user the option to 'Keep'
  4. You're Welcome. If I can assist further please let me know - before Thursday, if possible, as I am on holiday for 2 weeks.
  5. CCleaner v2.24.1010 (latest): Windows 7 (64bit) OS With 'Sticky Notes' open on desktop, CCleaner 'Registry Integrity/Run At Startup' scan wrongly reports: Missing Startup Software - C:\Windows\system32\StikyNot.exe - HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run I suspect CCleaner is thrown by 'RESTART_STICKY_NOTES' value when expecting 'Sidebar' = 'C:\Program Files\Windows Sidebar\sidebar.exe /autoRun'. The 'RESTART_STICKY_NOTES' value is not present when 'Sticky Notes' are closed Sticky_Notes.zip Sticky_Notes.zip
  6. When I installed IE8 on Vista SP1 I discovered that my Internet options had been changed; particularly worrying were changes in Security tab. If not already done you might like to run inetcpl.cpl to check all settings. I assume you have already run CCleaner Registry Scan.
  7. Keith, sorry I obviously didn't make it clear enough in my original post - my problem was that I couldn't retain wanted cookies. Adding cookies to "Cookies to Keep" list didn't work - I got round this by setting write permission on 'ccleaner.ini' file; with previously installed version of CCleaner this wasn't necessary. I couldn't find any posts from users encountering this exact problem. Hope this clarifies things
  8. Having last week installed both IE8 and CCleaner v2.19.901 - not sure which first - I decided yesterday to register for iGoogle personalized Home page. After closing IE and running CCleaner I was presented with the Google Classic Home page when I next connected to the internet. Adding all Google to ?Cookies to Keep? list then toggling to ANALYZE, and immediately back I noticed that Google cookies were back in ?Cookies to Delete? list? I temporarily gave all Users write access to ?C:\Program Files\CCleaner\ccleaner.ini? allowing CCleaner to update the file - this resolved the problem. Hope this post helps someone.
  9. Thanks Davey, Reading your response prompted me to investigate further and I came across this MS article "Features of the Windows Vista hard disk defragmentation utility" which states "If the MFT is spread into multiple fragments, the defrag engine can combine the MFT fragments during defragmentation". Nice to know. Full article @ http://support.microsoft.com/kb/942092 This confirms your findings and as I did like the look of Defraggler I will certainly reinstall (lost during HDD Restore) and use it in the future. CLEARLY I JUMPED THE GUN IN OPENING THIS POST - MY APOLOGIES TO ALL CONCERNED
  10. Hi, First I would like to say I have been using CCleaner, extensively, for a little under 1 year now; I really love the product and recommend it to all my acquaintances. Many thanks to all at Piriform, I think you are doing a brilliant job out there. Yesterday I was trying to split my Windows Vista (Premium) active partition, and was unable to shrink successfully despite having used Windows defrag, removing ?page file.sys? and Shadow Storage etc. I was aware of Defraggler, thought I would give it a try, and so I downloaded the new Defraggler v1.04.098. Having Defraggled a number of times - full disk and individual files - I was still unable to free up sufficient space for my needs and was racking my brains trying to think of another solution. It was then that I happened to run 'defrag c: -a -v' and noticed 'Total MFT fragments = 14'; luckily I had saved a log from an automated defrag/backup job I had run earlier in the day - this log showed 'Total MFT fragments = 3'. I recovered my Vista partition to its original state and was able to shrink it successfully in the process; job done! I AM 99% SURE THAT DEFRAGGLER CAUSED FRAGMENTATION OF MY VISTA MFT I do not wish to denigrate Piriform in any way - I COULD BE WRONG - I think they are providing valuable free products which are as good as, if not better than, many paid for alternatives. I have taken the time to open this post because I appreciate the work Piriform are doing and in the hopes that it may benefit others. Thanks again to Piriform; sorry I can?t offer any definitive proof that Defraggler did cause my MFT problem, and hope you will appreciate my reluctance to try to recreate problem again.
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