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"Issues" search bug, (Checkboxs are gone).

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My CCleaner is v1.27.260 - Basic, and OS is WinXP Professional SP2.

 

After Issues search is done and if i get "No Issues were found" and then make new Issues Search and if i now find "Problems", then Checkboxs are gone and i can't unselect problems. Also Mouse context menu does not work.

 

Closing and Re-starting program fixes it, but it happens always again if i some point make "No Issues were found" search.

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My CCleaner is v1.27.260 - Basic, and OS is WinXP Professional SP2.

 

After Issues search is done and if i get "No Issues were found" and then make new Issues Search and if i now find "Problems", then Checkboxs are gone and i can't unselect problems. Also Mouse context menu does not work.

 

Closing and Re-starting program fixes it, but it happens always again if i some point make "No Issues were found" search.

 

Hi fog06,

 

Welcome! Try downloading/installing this, and see if that helps. I'll search around, and see if I can find anything else.

 

K

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If only i have that little bug/problem, then fine.

 

I'am pretty sure that i'am not going to install Visual Basic 6 Runtimes.

1. because this is not my Computer.

2. I did only Clear Temp -folders/files with this great program.

I did look little bit Registry Issues, but i did not fix anything.

Because this PC seems to work, that above (Checkboxs are gone) is only problem i know, and it's a tiny one.

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If only i have that little bug/problem, then fine.

 

I'am pretty sure that i'am not going to install Visual Basic 6 Runtimes.

1. because this is not my Computer.

2. I did only Clear Temp -folders/files with this great program.

I did look little bit Registry Issues, but i did not fix anything.

Because this PC seems to work, that above (Checkboxs are gone) is only problem i know, and it's a tiny one.

 

You should ask the computer owner to download it. It's a Microsoft download that is needed for many things. :)

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Krit is right, installing the VB6 Runtimes may resolve the issue.

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