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That looks pretty screwed up. You'll have to open regedit yourself (Start > Run > regedit.exe) and surf your way to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, Software, Microsoft, Windows NT, Currentversion (etc etc) and delete them yourself. It's also important to note that CCleaner does not support UNICODE (which sucks, a lot).

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the registry keys use a different character set than CCleaner, and as such they never get cleaned out.

 

Just go to the registry and rename the keys.

 

 

It isn`t worthy so much work.. :rolleyes:

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