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  1. "Add-Filetype fix" In "Folder Options->File Types" I click add new file type, entered "ASE" and suddeleny ASE was listed (which it wasn't before). I didn't assign any application to the file type, I just added the filetype and the "hidden" association appeared. ok, narrowing this bug down. Situation: Two associations for file type ASE. One lower case [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.ase] and the other in upper case [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts\.ASE] (see above). .ase points to "ft000002" and .ASE points to "deep exploration.exe". [H
  2. CCleaner doesn't want to remove the gloabel file assciations, but the ones in my local user profile. I should pay attention to details here. This is the location it wants to clean: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts That's also the spot where a correctly working entry for .ASE is located (now). So CCLeaner does only want to remove the duplicated entries. hm. My "new" operation on the Folder Options dialog seems to have fixed a inconsistency. The entry is the same: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explore
  3. I'm administrator, and I'm not sure what properly registering is to you. For me it's double clicking on an unknown fileextention, and selecting the application to open it. I'll check if I have any software installed that might influence those registry values. Could you have a look at my registry backup and see if the entries for ASE file make any sense ? I guess there are two way to manage fileassociations on my OS ... one is somekind of easy setup and the other is "Advanced" which allows me to specify the different operations for a certain file extenion in "Folder options->File types".
  4. No, if I fix items markes as "unused file associations" and CCleaner won't list those next time. But I also miss many of my file associations, which have been listed there. Before CCLeaner: I double click an *.ASE file and it opens with the associated Program. After running CCLearn with fix unused/broken(?) file associations: I double click an *.ASE file and windows prompts me again which program to use to open it. ok, perhaps it's easier if someone explains what "issues->fix unused fileassociations" (or is it fileextentions?) is meant to do ? If CCleaner really cleans
  5. Those who seek help should ask politely and not in caps ("screaming"). Silence must be heard . I guess you will only get help if you post which Operating System you use, do you have all Service Packs (Automatic Updates for Windows) installed ? You perhaps should check if you have all neccassary DLLs and check if this helps http://forum.ccleaner.com/index.php?showtopic=1192
  6. OS: windows 2000 SP4 latest updates CCleaner: v1.31.325 Perhaps this is just a misleading translation ? English: Issues->"unused fileextentions" German (back to English): Issues -> "broken/invalid fileextentions" If "unused fileextentions" is correct how could I control/change the amount of time until it's "unused" ? ok, the "unused" detection would also be broken. I opened a .ASE file -> Deep Exploration and rerun detect unused fileextentions which just listed the file again. If this is/will be known issue for a while could someone make this post sticky and un
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