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  2. I Cleaned something and Python; Numpy GDAL missing

    maybe starting with EXCLUDE'ing the whole Python27 folder for starters.
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  4. Winapp2.ini additions

    I believe the dvdcss folder is generated by applications that use libdvdcss https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Libdvdcss
  5. I Cleaned something and Python; Numpy GDAL missing

    Did you do a registry clean? Python forums may be your best bet as this is probably beyond the scope of these forums https://python-forum.io
  6. I have seen this situation reported on another forum too. It is as if the offering of the slim build (from the builds page) is location dependant.
  7. Wrong Hard Drive Speed

    Speccy Free Version 1.31.732 reports all my Hard Drive disks speeds as 10,000 RPM when they are actually 7,200 RPM per manufacture specs. See attached. Note both say: RPM/Buffer Size or Attribute = 10,000 RPM with 16 MB cache. The WD7502AEX reports Speed = 10000 RPM. The WD2003FZEX reports Speed = 7200 RPM. Both should report 7200 RPM in all four instances per WDC specs. and HDD Label.
  8. new 3x1 widget

    Sooo, i'm not one to complain about visuals, but the new 3x1 is difficult to place on my home screen. Would love to see the 1x1 comeback alongside this new one. Can't screenshot home screen a bit PG-13
  9. maybe a better question is how would i know? or how would i find out?
  10. why basically does that happen? is it like 10% about is usually lost or? i just cancelled it, is that bad? cos i have a usb, but i have no idea what size the stuff to recover is cos it doesnt say
  11. That would be heavily frowned upon
  12. I think it was pretty clear by my fellow moderator above. How does he know. That question makes little sense to me, but he has used the program that's how he knows. If you don't have a separate drive go to walmart and buy a flash drive. If you recover to the source drive you will lose some of the files you want to recover. As far as other softwares question. Yes, that's roughly how any recovery should be done. But this is an official company website so we won't be suggesting alternatives.
  13. Now it goes to and sits at https://www.ccleaner.com/
  14. It still isn't downloading for me and I'd like to install the slim version. would anyone be willing to upload the file to a file host and post the link to here or to me in a private message please?
  15. Cannot print From PC

    Reinstall the printer, and next time you clean the registry make the backup, or better yet follow the guide for registry in my signature
  16. Cannot print From PC

    I think I did a registry clean without backing up. I now cannot print from my PC. Printer is an HP Envy7640 and I use my router to print wireless. I have no problem printing wireless from my cell phone and tablet. How can I recover my PC printing?
  17. I need to know what I cleaned so I don't do it again. It might be a DLL or a path but it seems that all my links are broken. Please help. I've also reloaded Python hoping I could fix it but the links are still broken, any help would make me smile...
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  19. "Recuva recovers files to wherever you specify. It will not replace them where they were." how did you learn it tho? like how do i find out? if you know, how did you learn about it? also, how do i find out where it puts it? do most recovery software restore in the same place/way? "They should be recovered to a separate folder on a different drive from the source drive." win10 only has one drive c what should i do?
  20. Recuva recovers files to wherever you specify. It will not replace them where they were. They should be recovered to a separate folder on a different drive from the source drive.
  21. That's strange. It quite quickly diverts to https://www.ccleaner.com/ now, but it didn't when I posted the above. I downloaded the slim version quite easily. In fact I played with the url and replaced slim with portable, and that worked and still works (but for how long, I wonder?). I also wonder if someone is working late at Piriform. These url's are timing out now. I don't know what's going on. I just wish Piriform would say what they're doing and put an end to all this nonsense.
  22. Hi all, Newbie here but I've been using CCleaner for years, and love it. I've found a bug in the last 2 versions which haven't been fixed in this latest version 6411. I like to keep my Outlook and OneDrive Login passwords stored so I don't have the headache of Microsoft Two Form Factor passwords everytime I open Outlook.. I've removed Tick from the Box for MS Office and MS OneDrive, but it always seems to delete the password and I have to enter it again each time. So everytime I run CCleaner and then open Outlook or restart OneDrive, it keeps asking me password. Please could you fix this bug.
  23. does this restore the files where they were, or does it create a separate folder else where with the files inside? if you know, how did you learn about it? also, how do i find out where it puts it? do most recovery software restore in the same place/way?
  24. I too keep my passwords in a file, but in my case, an Excel 2016 file with a password to open and another one to modify.
  25. That link goes to and sits at https://www.ccleaner.com/ccleaner/download/slim/downloadfile
  26. Winapp2.ini additions

    Updates: https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/72d630a8090fbcc6eab0db830bc4d215be94a521 So instead of just linking all the changes I have done to Winapp2, I will just link the changes that only effect what users have posted here. Of course, users should always update their copy of Winapp2 to get all the changes.
  27. Try https://www.ccleaner.com/ccleaner/download/slim
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