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  1. I used the default settings for this program and executed a clean-up operation. Ccleaner proceeded to delete many temporary files. Unfortunately, "temporary files" is exactly where Parallels (http://http://www.parallels.com/) stores its data files. In other words, ccleaner destroyed my Parallels virtual machine. The specific folders that Parallels use are in /private/tmp. For example, my virtual machine is for Windows 7 with three disk partitions C: D: and E:. Parallels places the disk data in three directories /private/tmp/483/C /private/tmp/483/D /private/tmp/483/E The number 483
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