CCleaner issues scan

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by tombangelta, Jun 8, 2005.

  1. tombangelta

    tombangelta Guest

    tombangelta, Jun 8, 2005
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  2. tombangelta wrote:
    > -When asked to run CCleaner, *run ONLY the default scan* (Windows Tab).
    > *Do Not “Scan For Issues”* unless specifically asked to do so!-
    >
    >
    > -i ran issues scan and it found loads cant i just click fix them in
    > CCleaner or does this mess thing sup -
    >
    >

    I have never had any trouble with it-check the "make backup before
    fix" box before running it(just in case).
    -max
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    What's in a Name?, Jun 8, 2005
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  3. tombangelta

    Plato Guest

    What's in a Name? wrote:
    >
    > > -When asked to run CCleaner, *run ONLY the default scan* (Windows Tab).
    > > *Do Not “Scan For Issues”* unless specifically asked to do so!-


    Scan for issues is a registry cleaner in Crap Cleaner. I'd use it
    cautiosly on an XP PC.








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    Plato, Jun 8, 2005
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  4. Plato wrote:
    > What's in a Name? wrote:
    >
    >>>-When asked to run CCleaner, *run ONLY the default scan* (Windows Tab).
    >>>*Do Not “Scan For Issues”* unless specifically asked to do so!-

    >
    >
    > Scan for issues is a registry cleaner in Crap Cleaner. I'd use it
    > cautiosly on an XP PC.
    >


    One must always be careful using any type of cleaning tool.I also use,
    as part of my regular cleaning, RegSeeker on win2000/XP with much
    success/no problems afterwards(I always make backup before use).I like
    CrapCleaner because it has settings you can change.
    -max
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    You can find my e-mail address on my pages.
     
    What's in a Name?, Jun 9, 2005
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