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If a registry key references a broken key, or that key references a broken/missing key it is not detected. Those keys are later removed by CCleaner, making it possible for further errors to be detected in the next pass.

 

I see, so is it simply by averages that there's apparently always a lower number of broken/missing keys found on subsequent passes?

 

Thanks;

rjm

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