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andreasm

arp-cache is a Uninstaller Reference Issue ?

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I wonder why CCleaner shows some ARP Cache entries in registry cleaner which are shown as Uninstaller Reference Issues.

 

This is an example:

 

Uninstaller Reference Issue {7C3E3706-8FBD-4169-9726-0A47FBF9D32A} HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows

\CurrentVersion\App Management\ARPCache\{7C3E3706-8FBD-4169-9726-0A47FBF9D32A}

 

 

What has arp cache to do with a uninstaller? I don't see any relation. :unsure:

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Not too sure about this andreasm, but I think in this case 'ARPcache' may stand for Add/Remove Programs and not the networking 'ARP cache' that we would think it does. The numbers after it may be the program reference.

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Some more info about this Andreasm here which should explain this for you now.

 

http://www.superwin.com/index.htm

 

I am of course not recommending the use of this program, but using this page link to let you see what the ARPcache is.

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I've inputted the ARPCache findings of CC's registry cleaner as exclusions, hence they're always re-created.

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