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  1. Sorry to bother you again with this. I downloaded a fresh copy of the Patcher and ran a MBAM scan on it and it came up clear this time. Sorry I jumped the gun and posted prematurely. Great program and forum. mbam-log-2012-08-25 (06-54-57).txt
  2. I started up my pc this morning and MBAM popped up with a Trojan.Dropper.AI warning. I have been using this Adobe Flash Fullscreen Patcher found at http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/304807-How-to-remove-annoying-Press-Esc-to-message-in-Flash-Video for over a year with no problems. Here is the log on it. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (PRO) www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2012.08.24.06 Windows Vista Service Pack 2 x86 NTFS Internet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421 Deke :: DEKE-PC [administrator] Protection: Enabled 8/25/2012 6:11:55 AM mbam-log-2012-08-25 (06-11-55)
  3. Deke40

    DNS Cache

    Just the normal Windows host file.
  4. Deke40

    DNS Cache

    I did a search and couldn't find anything. I checked the "DNS Cache" and did a cleaning. Used the ipconfig/ displaydns and there is still a long list there. What am I not doing wrong. I even used the ipconfig /flushdns command and it said the cache had been flushed but is still there.
  5. Deleting the exclude allowed me to run CCleaner and get rid of the Fox cookie, so I guess that was it. I have used that one for a long time but had downloaded the new Flash Player recently and it must have caused this exclude to react that way. Thanks for getting me on the right path to the answer.
  6. Before I got your post I had deleted the cookies through Internet Options. I went back to Fox and their cookie loaded up and when I clicked on it the Adobe logo appears at the bottom. It will not delete with CCleaner. I have one exclude in my CCleaner and going to uncheck it and see if that makes a difference.
  7. I just now noticed when I run CCleaner and do a cleaning I am left with a bunch of cookies in the "To Delete" side. I have 30 or so cookies saved for log-in purposes but these are just random cookies. Is there a spot that CCleaner is missing. Running Vista Home Premium SP2. Using IE only.
  8. Tried the new import/export cookie to Keep list. I exported the cookies in my Keep list then deleted them from the list. Imported them back and my auto log-in cookies I keep there didn't work. Also the C:\Users\Deke\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low folder was not repopulated with my log-in cookies. Evidently this doesn't work or I am not doing something right. Thank goodness I keep them in a text file exported through IE's Export/Import function. Using Vista Home Premium SP2. If I am to dense to figure this out and it works I apoligize.
  9. August 07. Here is the link. http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r25084820-When-Did-They-Add-The-Broom-
  10. I have an old shot of my entire desktop with the CC icon on my taskbar without the broom but just noticed today that there is a broom on the icon on my taskbar. Did this happen with the newest version of CCleaner? I know I am over 70 and my mind is slowly loosing some of it's retentive power but not a warp speed.
  11. Deke40

    New CCleaner

    My old brain is about on overload already so I am going to dwell on it for awhile. Merry Christmas to you over the pond as your are 6 hours closer to it than we are.
  12. Does Eraser actually just delete files and leave the file names in the MFT like CCleaner use to do or does it overwrite them like in the images at this link: http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=25905
  13. Deke40

    New CCleaner

    Did you notice the big drop off on your Free Space as I did while the wipe was taking place. I guess I will run another later and see how far down it actually goes. I kind of panicked on the last one when it got down below 85GBs. It also had opened a file of about 34MB on my C drive but it was gone when I shut CC down and looked for it again.
  14. Deke40

    New CCleaner

    I was doing some more testing using WFS and decided to do a check on my C drive used and unused space. It had dropped a bunch and as I kept refreshing it it kept dropping. I knew this must be due to the WFS I was doing and had probably done it when I ran the WFS before but seeing I was only up to 50% on the process of wiping I decided to abort for now.
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