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  1. They are stored in the registry: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VB and VBA Program Settings\CCleaner]
  2. try the /AUTO commandline option
  3. THANKS!! I figured it out!! Using Process Explorer made me realize that it was a program called USB Drive Letter Manager that was causing this problem. This is a windows service that automatically changes USB device drive letters to a preferred letter, Ex: change from G to Z, and it enables USB auto-running. So when I plug in my pendrive it starts my program launcher (RK Launcher), I then start CCleaner via RK Launcher. All this sounds like there shouldn't be a problem but, since USBDLM is started as a windows service it starts before I am logged in, so it uses the NetworkService
  4. Here ya go! I really hope this can be fixed, because I really love CCleaner. Regmon_ShellFolders.txt EDIT: Strange, it isn't changing the "Local AppData" value. Regmon_ShellFolders.txt
  5. Every time I open CCleaner it changes some of the Shell Folders located in: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders] The ones it changes are: Cookies Local AppData Cache History When I logon they are: "Cookies"="C:\\Documents and Settings\\Dusty\\Cookies" "Local AppData"="C:\\Documents and Settings\\Dusty\\Local Settings\\Application Data" "Cache"="C:\\Documents and Settings\\Dusty\\Local Settings\\Temporary Internet Files" "History"="C:\\Documents and Settings\\Dusty\\Local Settings\\History" After I open CCleaner they a
  6. Sometimes this happens if your mouse becomes busted, and then the right click dosn't always work. So, I'd suggest hooking up another mouse and see if this helps.
  7. Ya, we don't want to cause any more problems for you!
  8. Well you could just make a .reg file to delete those for you. Enter this in notepad and save it as DeleteAlerts.reg Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00[-HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Sunbelt Software\Counterspy\Alerts] Then just merge it into the registry and regedit *should* just automaticaly delete it.
  9. It *may* crash if the user couldnt access a file or the registry, but I'm not sure. So, maybe you should log in as the Administrator and give the user accounts Administrative rights. Then log into one, clean, then go back and re-restrict the accounts. I'm no expert, but when you "Run as Administrator" wouldnt that have to clean the Administrator account? Because when you do that it runs it as if you were logged on as the Administrator, right?
  10. 1. Open any explorer window. 2. Go up to Tools>Folder Options... 3. Click on the View tab 4. Under Advanced Settings click on Show hidden files and folders This lets you select those folders from the dialog.
  11. Sorry dude but it's already there: EDIT: I just noticed that you wanted it to analyze on CCleaner start. Why not just push the Analyze button? It's right there when it opens, is one more click really going to hurt?
  12. That happend to me a few times, but after I just let it "un-hang" itself it never did it again. I later discovered that it was hanging because there was so much TIF to delete. So now I just regularly clean up with CC and all is great.
  13. If you had Internet Explorer or another browser open, then CCleaner may have skipped cleaning some Cookies. Just close any open browser windows and re-clean. That should fix it.
  14. mushu13

    IPod

    Last I checked you can bypass the iTunes protected music by burning the song to an audio cd then ripping it back to the computer as a mp3.
  15. mushu13

    CCleaner

    Since it's Media Center Edition it could be trying to obtain tv guide information. Cause that's what my MCE does.
  16. No, It is not possible at this time.
  17. Sounds to me that you are talking about the Recent Documents, well CCleaner does clean them. Look Here->Recent-CCleaner
  18. temporary solution: http://forum.ccleaner.com/index.php?s=&sho...indpost&p=37393
  19. Hamish+ Refer to this: http://forum.ccleaner.com/index.php?s=&sho...indpost&p=37393
  20. http://forum.ccleaner.com/index.php?s=&sho...indpost&p=37393 It will run off a pen drive, and it can be easily modified to run off a cd. However i'm not sure about networks, because I do not have one to test it across.
  21. To answer your questions: 1. Yes the script goes as a .bat file 2. The CCleandelete.reg goes as it's own .reg file 3. Install CClean to it's default folder "C:\Program Files\CCleaner" then copy the entire folder to your flash drive. (You can now uninstall it from your computer.) Also, place the script and CCleandelete.reg inside the CCleaner folder. 4. Just double click on the script and it should do everything from there. If you have any more questions just post here and I'll try to help.
  22. Here is my version of Saison's Script: @ECHO OFFEcho Registering Componentsregsvr32 /s CCHelper.ocxregsvr32 /s ccleaner.dllregsvr32 /s CCListBar.ocxregsvr32 /s CCListView.ocxregsvr32 /s CCSubTimer.dllregsvr32 /s CCSystem.dllregsvr32 /s CCTab.ocxregsvr32 /s CCTreeView.ocxEcho Copying Existing CCleaner Settings From RegistryC:\WINDOWS\regedit.exe /e CCleanBACKUP.reg "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VB and VBA Program Settings\CCleaner"Echo Mergeing CCleaner Settings To RegistryC:\WINDOWS\regedit.exe /s CClean.regCALL CCleaner.exeEcho Copying CCleaner Settings From RegistryC:\WINDOWS\regedit.ex
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