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  1. Can CCleaner be causing a problem where A popup appears in Windows 10 stating:

    "Click here to enter your most recent Credential.  Your M icrosoft account needs you to sign in again"

    I get this message about every 2 days. And I have none of the items in ADVANCED checked.

    I have tried the suggestions found in google searches, but the problem persists. It could be a windows 10 bug, but i see some have had the problem in Win 8 and 8.1 also.

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    Are you now saying that you can tell CCleaner to delete them and immediately ANALYZE again and they failed to go,

    but then you can manually delete them and they STAY deleted and never reappear ?

     

    How do you manually clean cookies if you cannot find them in cookie folders ?

    Yes Alan that is what i am saying.

    I found these cookies in :

    C:\Documents and Settings\Joseph Calderone\Application Data\Adobe\Flash Player\AssetCache\XUTLAHEZ

    and

    C:\Documents and Settings\Joseph Calderone\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects\592YVZVT

     

    I found these folders by doing a google search

    Once i deleted them manually using Windows Explorer Delete they did not return

    Right now there are 3 items in 592YVZVT but they do not show in the cookies window of CCleaner.

  3. I have CCleaner version 3.5.1409 installed on a WinXp pro Sp3 PC.

    When i display CCleaner > Options > Cookies it shows 8 cookie names that will not delete. even though

    if opening all the cookie folders, none have any cookies in them.

    CCleaner is definately deleting cookies!

    The 8 cookies are:

    Flash.mindjolt.com

    ie.microsoft.com

    mochibot.com

    picayune.uclick.com

    s.ytimg.com

    www.poodwaddle.com

    www.walters.com

    www38.talltreegames.com

     

    Adobe Flash Player is checked under muutimedia

    where could these cookie names be coming from?

  4. I dont know how you are looking at the files in this folder:

    C:\Documents and Settings\Me\Local Settings\TIF\Content.IE5\Index.dat,

    But before i ran CCleaner there were over a dozen files in that folder and after running ccleaner there were none.

  5. Installed the latest version of CCleaner 301 and I ran it with index.dat option unchecked.

    when i check off the index.dat files and run Ccleaner it reports 0 files found.

    Are the index.dat files being removed even though the option is unchecked?

    Because running a file find for index.dat files shows practically all index.dat files are 32kb in size, with exception of:

    C:\Doc. & Set.\Name\L.S.\TIF\Content.ie5 = 1.80MB

    C:\Doc & Set\Name\ietidcache =256kb

    Is CCleaner working properly?

    OS + Win XP pro sp3

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