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  1. Hello there! CCleaner does not clean my VirtualDub MRU. In an old thread I read that the registry entry for that is at 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Freeware\VirtualDub\MRU List' (http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=3683&hl=virtualdub), while the MRU of the recent version of VirtualDub is at 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VirtualDub.org\VirtualDub\MRU List'. If this is an error, could you please correct it?
  2. I already have a Registry File (Adobe Reader 9.0) for this, but I have to execute it every time I cleaned ActiveX- and Classes Errors (under 'Registry'). Is there a permanent fix for this?
  3. Couldn't this be permanently fixed in CCleaner, please? The missing Acrobat Reader registry entry breaks the adobe firefox pdf plugin for me, took a while to find out.. Now I'm using FoxIt and I'm happy with it.
  4. Hello there! I tracked down this Windows 7 problem, I have it with my X10 USB Remote: When 'IIS Log Files' is selected (like you have), CCleaner clears the folder '\System32\LogFiles\' and with it '\System32\LogFiles\Scm\'. After a reboot, the X10 can not control my windows mixer, but the other buttons work fine. So I open a command shell (as admin) and recreate the folder with 'mkdir %windir%\System32\LogFiles\Scm'. After a reboot the problem is gone! Please try this out please... and if it works, tell me why! In Vista the Scm folder is there but in use, so CCleaner cannot delete it. And XP does not have such 'Scm' folder thing. Google says that it is used for event tracing with 'The Service Control Manager Trace Provider': Service Control Manager SCM So the qestion is why remote controls need its SCMs log folder, and why it is not locked like in Vista. Juppi P.S. I have the German Windows 7 and do not find the "Human Interface Device Access" service, so i could not try if this locks the Scm folder..
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