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  1. I'm also experiencing the same thing as the OP. (Rebooted computer and scanned again) Running WinXP SP2.
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    Windows Explorer > Program Files > Common > Microsoft Shared. Just guessing here, but I think it may be linked to MS Office. BTW, I am also showing it listed in the CCleaner Uninstall Tools. Sorry I can't be more helpful.
  3. Thanks Andavari for your guidance and patience! Will do as per your advice. ImWho
  4. Thank you Andavari for replying so fast! Actually, I should have been clearer in my previous question. What I would like to know is how do I "undo" the actions that I performed in that "tip" posted by Humpty. I believe that tweak I did is preventing me from accessing "Add/Remove Windows Components". Thanks again!
  5. Hi Humpty, I used your "tip" because I was showing 14 items in the Uninstall Tools section of CCleaner that were not showing in the Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel. Now, when I click on Add/Remove Windows Components, I get a Dialog Box pop up saying: "Setup was unable to open information file hide. Contact your system administrator. The specific error code is 0x2 at line 2088999411." ....following by a second Dialog Box saying: "The application could not be initialized." Is there something I could do to fix this? Thanking you in advance, ImWho. WinXP Home SP2
  6. 1. 1 hour. 2. 1 (continuous) 3. 12
  7. Be sure to read their Privacy Policy beforehand: http://www.skype.com/company/legal/terms/tos_voip.html ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (May be worrisome for some...) Article 14 ? EMERGENCY CALLS 14.1No emergency calls. You expressly acknowledge and agree that the VoIP service provided by Skype does not and is not intended to support or carry emergency calls to any type of hospitals, law enforcement agencies, medical care unit or any type of emergency services of any kind and that Skype is not liable in any manner for such calls. I
  8. WinXP SP2 CCLeaner v1.29.295 deletes all saved cookies. (IE 6)
  9. Here's a working link: http://web.archive.org/web/20041128020314/.../service411.htm
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