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  1. I suggest you look into languages that are geared more toward scripting. AutoIt is free, and it is very versatile, most people can get quite far just by looking through the AutoIt forums. The forum experts there could help you with just about any AutoIt question you could ever possibly have. I am not much of a programmer, so this is where my wealth of knowledge ends.
  2. 1. Not easily possible to run on sound device change. Maybe with more advanced scripting, but definitely not with a batch file. 2. This *should* work with your Winamp problem: taskkill /im ehtray.exe /Fstart C:\WINDOWS\ehome\ehtray.exetaskkill /im "winamp.exe"if %errorlevel%==0 (start /d "C:\Program Files\Winamp" winamp.exe)clsexit Line 3: closes WinAmp, and sets the ERRORLEVEL to 0 if it closed properly. Line 4: Checks for the correct ERRORLEVEL, then changes to the Winamp folder and starts it. This will start winamp only if it was running in the first place. Any other ques
  3. 1. That is XP MCE. 2. It is not a service. 3. If I am understanding ThatDude correctly, ehtray.exe needs to be killed then restarted. So try this: taskkill /im ehtray.exe /Fstart C:\WINDOWS\ehome\ehtray.execlsexit The first line kills the running ehtray.exe, the second restarts ehtray.exe cls and exit are not actually needed, but they make the command window close slightly faster. Hopefully this is what you needed!
  4. No, it will exclude files, folders, and registry issues depending on which button you check.However, I do not know why it is not working. Because they are in the temporary directory.
  5. It seems Piriform forgot to include a portable.dat in the zip. Just create a file called portable.dat in the Recuva directory, containing the text:
  6. It will never happen. This had been discussed several times and it has always reached the conclusion that even though CCleaner is one of the safest registry cleaners out there, there is just too much that could go wrong with auto registry cleaning. Most people will not have any problems with just cleaning all errors, but there are a select few that could have serious problems after cleaning all. Hilarious!
  7. CCleaner is mostly x64 compatable. (Source) There have been come minor issues, mainly with registry cleaning. I'm sure the developers would appreciate any specific bugs you happen to come across.
  8. Hmm, since it only cleans stuff off the user it is running as, I'm very surprised that didn't work. I suppose maybe you need to set the working directory. Or it just will not work.
  9. You cannot use that option, unless your goal is to clean only the system account. (which is pointless) So you must use: For every account you wish to clean. So, something like this: psexec \\ClientPC -u user1 -p pass1 -i "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe" /AUTO psexec \\ClientPC -u user2 -p pass2 -i "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe" /AUTO psexec \\ClientPC -u user3 -p pass3 -i "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe" /AUTO I have not tried this.
  10. mushu13

    New Version

    The installer has all the languages, the program only shows your language and english. (or just english) My earlier picture show all languages in the program cause I just extracted the slim installer.
  11. mushu13

    New Version

    ALL builds have ALL languages
  12. This is a 'feature' of WMP. To disable: Open WMP Open the 'Options' window (Tools>Options in v11) In the 'Player' tab uncheck 'Add media files to library when played'
  13. No, its 2.04.543 You are thinking about the old version posted above, this is the NEW version of CCleaner.
  14. Try this, I lost my U3 drive to try it on. CCleanerU3.zip CCleanerU3.zip
  15. On my computer, it is created everytime I update Flash/Java for Firefox.
  16. Its a false positive like the others have said, but why are you using an old version of CCleaner? The newest versions do not use any external files, other than the INIs.
  17. mushu13

    Portable

    Running XP w/ all updates as of Monday, no malware or problems, so it looks like I must have a program somewhere that deletes it regularly. Only thing is, CCleaner is the only cleaner I use more than once a month. Edit: I just checked again and it's there. TM's WinApp2 deletes the MUICache key. That must be why it appears and disappears.
  18. mushu13

    Portable

    That key doesn't even appear in my registry.
  19. mushu13

    Portable

    Just various little entries, they don't point to Defraggler. Windows creates them for all programs, so they shouldn't be a problem.
  20. mushu13

    Portable

    Yes, it leaves no traces on the system (that I found), other than ones created by Windows when it runs.
  21. mushu13

    Portable

    No, Recuva is NOT portable. It stores it's settings in the registry, therefore it leaves traces on the host computer.
  22. You don't need any of the lang-****.dlls for English, English is integrated into CCleaner. The dlls are labeled to conform to Microsoft's Locale ID (LCID) Leaving a very portable 7 files: CCleaner.exe = The main app (duh) winapp.ini = Main application cleaning list unicows.dll = Provides unicode support portable.dat = Forces CCleaner to write to an ini License.txt & History.txt = CCleaner info WinApp2.ini = More application support, not included in the zip That should clear up any problems.
  23. Can't you just delete any file and then right click the Recycle Bin and click 'Empty Recycle Bin' and it will reset?
  24. XP Home OEM w/SP2 $89.99 Via Newegg XP Professional OEM w/SP2 $139.99 Via Newegg XP MCE 2005 OEM w/SP2 $114.99 Via Newegg You are welcome.
  25. That space is caused by all the entries on the right of the menu, if that really bothers you that much then disable a button or two on the right side. I recommend disabling 'Default Programs' and, if you don't use it, 'Help And Support'.
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