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  1. TwistedMetal

    Open Office!

    http://forum.CCleaner.com/index.php?showto...st=20&p=21601
  2. TwistedMetal

    Open Office!

    I am currently looking into the matter, but it's not looking good.
  3. If you want to open up winapp.ini in notepad and added this at the bottom of [DVD Shrink] FileKey1=%alluserprofile%\Application Data\DVD Shrink|*.*
  4. http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/11756861/
  5. I actually have a fix to that problem. You can backup your CCleaner settings with the new feature VBScript.
  6. If you overclock your FSB too much, you will start to get errors and program crashes.
  7. TwistedMetal

    XP Theme

    Useless you are anti-microsoft, like me. http://www.softpedia.com/get/Desktop-Enhan...for-WinXP.shtml
  8. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VB and VBA Program Settings\CCleaner\Options|UpdateCheck 0=OFF 1=Checks once you startup up the program and then 10 mins after that. I guess I will finally release it... I've been working on a blog for CCleaner for a while now (I put it on hold a while back). It's pretty much the ins and outs of CCleaner. my CCleaner
  9. Actually I found it to be the other way around. Doom 3 was very limited on the engine. Quake 4 on the other hand... Outdoors, vehicles, new effects, and other stuff here and there. Quake 4 shows what the Doom 3 engine can really do and not just going from room to room that all looks the same.
  10. TwistedMetal

    Quake 4

    I finally beat Quake 4 after 4 days. Pretty good if I must say so, graphics and sound are awesome. They really did a good job using the Doom 3 engine.
  11. TwistedMetal

    H_KEYS

    Start, Run, and type regedit
  12. Right click on the taskbar, Toolbars, Quick Launch.
  13. Did they say if it tasted good or not and how much did they eat up? Are they fill!?!? I don't know the exact reason, but drivers tend to conflict with other drivers every now and then. I don't recommend updating drivers unless you know for sure it will improve or fix performance in any manner. You can run into problems "like that one", if you keep updating your drivers all the time. On another note, it could also be how you are installing/updating the drivers. A few years ago, I wrote a big article on a news site about updating drivers. It was mainly for an ATI/VIA conflict that was happening a few years ago. But, really obtains to all drivers.
  14. Is it just the Control Panel or when you start Windows Explorer or Internet Explorer?
  15. You don't have to browse to C:\WINDOWS, simply typing explorer.exe will work.
  16. This is currently being worked on...
  17. I don't block CCleaner Ads. The webspace has to be paid for someway.
  18. No, we will not tolerate rudeness in the Forums.
  19. Only Admins have that access. Yea, he really is. I just put it in Location for the fun of it.
  20. TwistedMetal

    Opera

    Opera is a wonderful browser, it is hard to figure out at first. But once you get past that, it's smooth sailing on the information super highway (lol). I use Firefox and Opera. But for my main browser is Firefox because of the user ability it has bulit in.
  21. 1. Configure the computer to start from the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive. For information about how to do this, see your computer documentation, or contact your computer manufacturer. 2. Insert the Windows XP CD-ROM into your CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive, and then restart your computer. 3. When you receive the "Press any key to boot from CD" message, press a key to start your computer from the Windows XP CD-ROM. 4. When you receive the "Welcome to Setup" message, press R to start the Recovery Console. 5. If you have a dual-boot or multiple-boot computer, select the installation that you have to use from the Recovery Console. 6. When you are prompted, type the administrator password, and then press ENTER. 7. At the command prompt, type bootcfg /list, and then press ENTER. The entries in your current Boot.ini file appear on the screen. 8. At the command prompt, type bootcfg /rebuild, and then press ENTER. This command scans the hard disks of the computer for Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 2000, or Microsoft Windows NT installations, and then displays the results. Follow the instructions that appear on the screen to add the Windows installations to the Boot.ini file. For example, follow these steps to add a Windows XP installation to the Boot.ini file: a. When you receive a message that is similar to the following message, press Y: Total Identified Windows Installs: 1 [1] C:\Windows Add installation to boot list? (Yes/No/All) b. You receive a message that is similar to the following message: Enter Load Identifier This is the name of the operating system. When you receive this message, type the name of your operating system, and then press ENTER. This is either Microsoft Windows XP Professional or Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition. c. You receive a message that is similar to the following: Enter OS Load options When you receive this message, type /fastdetect, and then press ENTER. Note The instructions that appear on your screen may be different, depending on the configuration of your computer. 9. Type exit, and then press ENTER to quit Recovery Console. Your computer restarts, and the updated boot list appears when you receive the "Please select the operating system to start" message.
  22. I don't know the exact details on the matter, but it has to do with the way it handles the cache.
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