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How can I persuade CCleaner to permanently delete theseActiveX/Com issues please?


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I have Windows 7 Home Premium and have been using CCleaner for years with superb results.  (I have never altered any settings within it)

 

but

 

I now have 40 entries in the Registry Editor that seem to be cleaned but instantly repeatedly return.

 

There are 33 of these which vary toward the end of each line ...

ActiveX/Com Issue - InProServer32/%SystemRoot%/system32/ime/mejp10/impjpapagi.dll

all but the last three end in dll. The last two end in dec.ax

 

 

and, at the bottom these 5 ....

(each starting Missing TypeLib Reference)

IRoamRemoteStore

IRoamTokens

IRoamLocalStore

IRoamFilters

IRoamConflictResolution

IIendoEncodeOA

(the last repeated twice)

 

My system is clean according to ...

Avast

Spybot S & D

Super AntiSpyware

MalwareBytes AntiMalware

 

 

 

 

Please can someone tell me more about these and how to permanently delete them?

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I registry items are usually tied to your antimalware/security-software.

For all registry cleaning follow the advice in my signature

 

ADVICE FOR USING CCleaner'S REGISTRY INTEGRITY SECTION

DON'T JUST CLEAN EVERYTHING THAT'S CHECKED OFF.

Do your Registry Cleaning in small bits (at the very least Check-mark by Check-mark)

ALWAYS BACKUP THE ENTRY, YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU'LL BREAK IF YOU DON'T.

CCLEANER, RECUVA, DEFRAGGLER AND SPECCY DOCUMENTATION CAN BE FOUND AT  https://support.piriform.com/hc/en-us and  https://www.ccleaner.com/docs

Pro users file a PRIORITY SUPPORT request at https://support.piriform.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

link to WINAPP2.INI explanation

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It'll ask if you want to back it up before you remove it, however backups are FAR from "fool proof", so the most important part is to only clean what you are assured are unneeded. Registry cleaning provides zero benefit to a pc's performance

 

ADVICE FOR USING CCleaner'S REGISTRY INTEGRITY SECTION

DON'T JUST CLEAN EVERYTHING THAT'S CHECKED OFF.

Do your Registry Cleaning in small bits (at the very least Check-mark by Check-mark)

ALWAYS BACKUP THE ENTRY, YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU'LL BREAK IF YOU DON'T.

CCLEANER, RECUVA, DEFRAGGLER AND SPECCY DOCUMENTATION CAN BE FOUND AT  https://support.piriform.com/hc/en-us and  https://www.ccleaner.com/docs

Pro users file a PRIORITY SUPPORT request at https://support.piriform.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

link to WINAPP2.INI explanation

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Registry cleaning provides zero benefit to a pc's performance

or to put it another way, unless you have a specific reason for doing so, leave them alone and get on with your life. :)

there will be a very close to 0% chance of any benefit and a slightly higher than 0% chance of screwing up your system.

Backup now & backup often.
It's your digital life - protect it with a backup.
Three things are certain; Birth, Death and loss of data. You control the last.

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purely from a curiosity angle, in trying to explain why the ActiveX/COM entries started to appear (and re-appear), you must have changed/added/upgraded software recently?

 

to stop those entries appearing the next time you run a scan, right click them and select Add to Exclude List, that way CC will no longer list them.

Backup now & backup often.
It's your digital life - protect it with a backup.
Three things are certain; Birth, Death and loss of data. You control the last.

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I've been wracking my tiny brain but cannot think of anything added/removed from the computer to cause this but I do tend to set programs to automatically update so am not totally aware of what goes on.

 

Am off to right-click them away right now :)

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Add to Exclude List, that way CC will no longer list them.

 

I have numerous things excluded. Do to the way some stuff is stored in the registry it can cause registry cleaners to deem them as errors. Also some files are self-registering.

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