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  1. Here's more about CleanUp! Source : http://majorgeeks.com/CleanUp_d4895.html Other very bad experiences with that crap called Cleanup! Source : http://www.commentcamarche.net/forum/affic...l-apres-cleanup Here's a translation from french : Hello, I downloaded CleanUp from your website, according to your recomendations. It installed properly and cleaned that much that I never could restart my PC by any available means. I had to install Windows again with a complete loss of my personnal datas. Question : What happened ? Can anyone give me a reason to such a tot
  2. First of all, I would like to apologize because I stupidely mistook CCleaner with... CLEANUP! I downloaded and installed Cleanup! a few month ago but never used it until last week... I also downloaded CCleaner a few hours before I crashed my PC, but ran CleanUp! first thinking it was CCleaner... In a word, I take back all that I said about CCleaner, just because CCleaner has nothing to do with my problem. I also thank those who tried to help that quickly. To go back to the real source of my problem, many CleanUp! users have encountered the SAME problem after using that crap. They al
  3. Hello Davey, I downloaded CCleaner direct from here. http://www.01net.com/telecharger/windows/U...s/img32599.html I did install CCleaner in my PC, and never install any other program of that kind before, just because I used to delete crap files manuallly. I used CCleaner once yesterday, for less than 4 minutes, and here's the result. No "rogue program from an innocent looking site", but CCleaner. 01net.com is one of the MAJOR site in France dealing with new technologies, internet and computers. http://www.01net.com/telecharger/windows/U...s/img32599.html
  4. Hello YoKenny, First of all, thank you for your help ! My operating system is a Windows XP SP2 with 2G0 Ram memory. Updates are made frequently using Microsoft update. My CPU is an AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+ No overclocking, no "customisation", ram accelarators or things like that : every thing is very "basic" on my PC. Before I try the Windows Recovery Console, I would like to try to restore the files that where deleted by CCleaner, with CCleaner if possible, but I don't know if it is possible, and how ? In my case, the DOS boot sequence is
  5. EDIT Milou64 - 29/07/08 : It finally appears that CCleaner is NOT involved at ALL, and I apologize for this confusion... CLEANUP! is the only responsible, and still goes crashing PCs since 2006 in a way that defies the worst virus ever... Please read this if you want to know more about this CCleaner "like"... http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?s=&amp...st&p=109851 then the Cleanup! forum, with a very special attention to the author's "response" about such a mess... http://forums.stevengould.org/viewtopic.php?t=243 Hi, Excuse me for my english, I will try to m
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