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i just formated my Pc and i installed CCleaner the last one ccsetup232 i think.So i try to open it after installing and after 1-2 seconds it's closing atomatly.I dont have no antivirus and i'm sure i dont have no virus.I tryed to run it in different compatibility but nothing...i tryed all the choices...so what i Shoul do?

PS:I'm running on Windows SP2 2002 Clean

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What should you do ?

Install XP's SP3, and install an antivirus.:)

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What should you do ?

Install XP's SP3, and install an antivirus.:)

Sp2 it's the best,it's clean no update no nothing...like version from Microsoft, and i don't need an antivirus...a lot of resorces lost...and what i'm using it's virus-free

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Then I won't help you, and I don't think anyone will.

You are using an outdated OS, with no virus protection, and it seems you don't update. You also seem to be the only one having that problem ; thus, I don't think it's related to CCleaner.

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Windows XP SP3 being slower/worse than SP2 is a MYTH. Get over it. And having an outdated system is a bad idea too.

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Back to the topic of CCleaner automatically closing, make sure you have this box unticked otherwise it will auto-close all on its own:

Options -> Advanced -> Close program after cleaning

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Back to the topic of CCleaner automatically closing, make sure you have this box unticked otherwise it will auto-close all on its own:

Options -> Advanced -> Close program after cleaning

My problem it's after install i want to open it...btw i'm using CCleaner from a wile so i know the options but after install it's opening normal then close in 1-2 seconds i dont analyze or clean nothing just open it

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Problem Fix....My younger brother downloaded porn.....(.exe)....and with an antivirus i deleted and now it works normaly...thank you for advices and close topic.:)

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Don't forget to teach him that .exe are programs, not videos or whatever (porn can't be an .exe file...) ;)

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Time to reevaluate not having an anti-virus/anti-malware installed all the time, especially if more than one person is using the computer because you can't know everything they'll download and run.

 

I recommend reading here:

http://forum.pirifor...showtopic=20214

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Don't forget to teach him that .exe are programs, not videos or whatever (porn can't be an .exe file...) ;)

Yea i kicked his ass for that ....hes 15 so he can know himself but...this kids today

BTW Thanks for helping from first time

 

Time to reevaluate not having an anti-virus/anti-malware installed all the time, especially if more than one person is using the computer because you can't know everything they'll download and run.

 

I recommend reading here:

http://forum.pirifor...showtopic=20214

I will and i will backup

Thank you too for your help:)

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Time to reevaluate not having an anti-virus/anti-malware installed all the time, especially if more than one person is using the computer because you can't know everything they'll download and run.

 

I recommend reading here:

http://forum.pirifor...showtopic=20214

Well done Andavari, the beginning of another fire that was about to &$%^%^*(% you jumped in just in time and put the fire out, well done and keep up the good work...............this is a GREAT forum for assistance. :)

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