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Silicon Giraffe

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About Silicon Giraffe

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  1. Well it's obvious from the few scans I've run that I have some kind of malware in my registry, which explains the software issues. Obviously, it's blocking any changes that can be made to the registry to protect itself. I'll post a thread in the malware forum after I finish all the scans and... get a night's sleep, lol. It's about 2:40 am for me, I think I'll continue tomorrow.
  2. *points several posts up* I already posted about that, lol, I've been waiting for what you have to say about it. Again, neither program works in Safe Mode.
  3. Oh wow, I'll be sure to use that options, 'cause an .ini file would come in handy now. That's just really useful, yay Piriform! I assume you mean the default one in system32? Now, here's where it gets weird. It's a great idea to use RegEdit to fix this, 'cause I actually know what you're talking about and have used it before. However it's... it's exhibiting the same problem. It opens and closes itself within a second. And it's just this, nothing else has been affected, so it's not any kind of malware. CCleaner and the regedt32.exe in system32 are the only two problems not working.
  4. Hey there, I finally decided to register for the Piriform forums 'cause I'm having a bit of an issue. I've been using CCleaner for a number of years now with no problems, but recently I had to do a HD wipe/reinstall of my OS (Win XP SP3) and since then, CCleaner has refused to work for me. I've reinstalled several times, ran virus checks with no results, and tried running as another user. Nothing seems to work. The actual issue? It's the oddest thing, actually. I've searched the forums here and used Google to find a solution, and the best I've come up with is a topic here from a while back
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