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AnalogueMan

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  1. Running the program 'Last Activity View' developed by NirSoft for the first time on my computer and looking at its results I was completely flabbergasted. All the actions I did on my computer like running .exe files, opening and closing folders and many more were displayed over a large period of time. I was flabbergasted because I am using CCleaner for a long time and runs it after each computer session before shutting down. Thinking my privacy was secured by this action. Did I forgot to check a cleaning item on the 'Windows' tab or 'Applications' tab of CCleaner? Is it possible for CCleaner to remove that info or parts of it? Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
  2. I did put that file in SysWOW64 as well as in System32: the problem persisted. Found another alternative for 'Picture 2' software: 'Irfan view'. This program could be installed without getting those nagging insolvable problems. I just wanted to have an alternative for the build-in 'Windows Photo Viewer' in Windows 7. I was accustomed with the XP 's 'Windows Picture and Fax Viewer' which is far better than that 'Photo Viewer' regarding the zoom function. The now installed 'Irfanview' matches the performance of the 'Picture and Fax Viewer'. There is no longer need for that 'Picture 2' program.
  3. After several trial and error sessions getting all kinds of errors like 'The module "mscomctl.ocx was loaded but the call to DllRegisterServer failed with error code 0x8002801c. For more information bla, bla bla", and looking on forums where one member says the file must be put in 'system' and another one say it must be put in 'system32', I finally gave up.
  4. Hello, One of the forum members recommended Picture 2 as a picture viewer in stead of the Windows version in Windows 7. After downloading it, I tried to install it but Windows came op with a pop-up screen: "Component 'mscomct.ocx' or one of its dependencies not correctly registred: a file is missing or invalid" What am I doing wrong or what else do I have to do to let this program run correctly? My O.S. is Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64 bit. Joe.
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