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  1. Same here (link to my post): http://forum.pirifor...showtopic=34309 Next time it happens, try to uncheck "Wipe Alternate Data Streams" in the Options/Settings. Cleaner will ignore the corrupted file and will be able to finish its job. I have a sneaking suspicion that Cleaner corrupted the file in the first place in attempt to remove it. So, as a precaution, I don't use "Wipe ADS" anymore. A word to the developers, if I may... Would you please take a closer look at this "wipe ADS" business? Something funny's going on there, and it ain't even funny (pun was intended), otherwise, it's a great product. Love it!
  2. Here is the message that I get when I use CC with the "Wipe Alternate Data Stream" option (screenshots attached): bad allocation CCleaner v3.12.1572 MS Windows XP Professional SP3 Intel Pentium 4 CPU 2.00GHz 3.6GB RAM NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 ID=-1 PR=0 DA= RK= RU=88 CK=0 SK= VK= VA=%windir%\SoftwareDistribution|*.log CR=88 PF=0 EI=0 FL=103 Would somebody please decipher this to me? Anything I can do on my side to fix it? Please advise.
  3. Awesome! Thank you so much, DennisD! Works like magic! Totally!
  4. It does work after rebooting! See, I was under the impression that it would work the same way as with temps, cookies, and such, i.e. instant gratification All right then! Let me rephrase my original suggestion - would it be possible to clear the commands without restarting Win.? By the way, I've run a few commands and then checked the specified reg. key and there is nothing there other than default. Can you, please, suggest other methods as a workaround? I appreciate your help.
  5. Hmm... I see that... How come it doesn't work for me? I've been using it on three XP SP3 for a couple of years now and it never ever cleared one command. Currently running CCv.35.1219 Any ideas? Thnx
  6. Not sure if it's been asked before, yet just in case, would it be possible to add the ability to clear Windows Run commands? Thanks.
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