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Windows Error Reporting Files?

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Hello to all,

 

Maybe I am looking in the wrong place, but I do not see "Windows Error Reporting Files" listed as an option to clean as described as a v2.13.720 additional improvement. What am I missing? :blink:

 

Love the right-click cleaning and analysis - uber-cool! :D:P

 

I still think you folks should have a 3 Tab named "Security" located at the top next to the "Windows" Tab and the "Applications" Tab to where all the security related programs can be listed.

 

As more and more applications and programs can and will be added to CCleaner, keeping things neat, tidy, and organized will be a big step (and a big help) towards complete perfection! B);)

 

poolsharkzz

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Oh, okay, I see it now...

 

I guess I have no windows errors to report!?!?!

 

It doesn't show up on mine - what do I have set wrong?

 

I am using a customized winsys.ini file - that's probably it - do you have a copy of embedded INIs entries for v2.13.720 ?

 

What are the "Windows Error Reporting Files" anyway? Dr Watson? Yuck! :(

 

YES, that is a really great idea - a user defined tab - that way we can do what we want with it!

 

Vote for Disk4mat on November 4th! B)

 

poolsharkzz

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Neat User tab :):):)

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Windows Error Reporting shows up on my Vista PC, and not on my XP.

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Doesn't show up on mine either (WinXP SP3) :huh:

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I remember turning off error reporting on my XP PC.

 

Maybe thats why its not there.

 

I'm going to check it out tomorrow.

 

edit: I turned it back on and its still not there.

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Here is the entry for WER

 

 

[Windows Error Reporting]Deleted by Disk4mat

 

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Okay, so those entries are for Vista only. The paths are different in XP.

 

Shouldn't there be additional registry entries added for Vista?

 

http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/serious-...n-registration/

 

If 6.0 is Vista, then the version # of Windows Error Reporting for XP is 5.1? :huh:

 

I found QHEADLES and QSIGNOFF Folders in the ERRORREP Folder, which was in the PChealth Folder located in the Windows Folder off the C Drive and of course, the Registry entry:

 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PCHealth\ErrorReporting

 

I have it disabled as well on my system, so no reports, right? :unsure:

 

I don't understand what QHEADLES and QSIGNOFF means, or even if they fit into the big picture and there was nothing in those folders.

 

What about this:

 

http://www.mail-archive.com/imail_forum@li.../msg111160.html

 

Or is this something else entirely different? :blink:

 

I am so confused...

 

poolsharkzz

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