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  2. This one is for to windows 2000 thru windows 7. The exploit is called "BlueKeep" , it exploits the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Info and download links here: https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/alerts/AA19-168A Download links for Win XP: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4500705/customer-guidance-for-cve-2019-0708 Download links for Win 7: https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-US/security-guidance/advisory/CVE-2019-0708 Edit: I just installed it on XP, no issues and no restart required.
  3. Winapp2.ini additions

    Revised Entry Changed DetectFile to Detect Removed RegKey1 & RegKey2 [Wondershare Helper Compact *] LangSecRef=3021 Detect=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wondershare\Wondershare Helper Compact Default=False FileKey1=%CommonProgramFiles%\Wondershare\Wondershare Helper Compact|ProductUpdateLists.xml;WSHelper.exe_temp;WSHelperSetup.exe_temp FileKey2=%CommonProgramFiles%\Wondershare\Wondershare Helper Compact\DATADICT|*.*|RECURSE FileKey3=%CommonProgramFiles%\Wondershare\Wondershare Helper Compact\Log|*.*|RECURSE FileKey4=%CommonProgramFiles%\Wondershare\Wondershare Helper Compact\Temp|*.*|RECURSE
  4. files not removed

    Analyze lets you know how much space will be saved and gives you an opportunity to check through just in case there is something that you might actually want to keep. Otherwise, as NukeCad said, you can just go directly to cleaning
  5. files not removed

    Analyze will just look for files without deleting them, so you can see what is there to be removed. You have to use the other button 'Run Cleaner' to remove files. You don't need to analyze first, just run the cleaner. If files are not being removed then they are probably in use. Make sure that your broswer (or whatever the files are) is not running in the background.
  6. Winapp2.ini additions

    I think the Clover entry is correct as it is, IIRC.
  7. files not removed

    Today I ran CCleaner Free, it took an unusually long time to run, After running I did "analyze", a message appeared "Details of files to be deleted(Note: no files have been deleted yet)". It then gave a list of files to be deleted. Why didn't it remove the files? Do I have to do it manually?
  8. Winapp2.ini additions

    Thank you very much for your quick reply. I think we could probably merge FileKey7+8 then: FileKey7=%CommonAppData%\Dell\Drivers\*|*.log;*.tmp|RECURSE Would that be okay with you? Thank you, but are you sure it's the same error? The entries are very old. I also checked a Winapp2.ini from 2016 and there is no dot either. I don't know if we should add the dot or not.
  9. Sorry, I'm unsure but you could always try it. TBH I think you may have hit on the reason, your Google account may be keeping your Chrome settings and active logins. As you have also run a rival cleaner without success then that would seem to point to something other than the cleaners being at fault here. You could see one cleaner having a glitch, but not two having the same glitch. It may be something that Chrome itself has changed, Google are getting somewhat notorious for hindering/stopping third-party applications working with Chrome. They say it's for security reasons, but most believe it's in order to increase their profits. https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2019/01/23/google-chrome-ad-blocker-ads-upgrade-problem-speed-slow-update/ As for being kept logged in: If you use the 'Remember Me' button when you log in then I am aware that some websites will save your logged-in status at the site itself rather than on your computer. So unless you deliberately use the 'sign-out' button before leaving the site it will log you in again next time you visit the site on the same computer, even if you have shut down in between. (Of course, they have to collect your computers unique ID to be able to cross a shutdown, but that's easily done). Again I'm not sure, but I believe that Facebook can/will do that.
  10. Winapp2.ini additions

    New entry [MiniTool Partition Wizard *] LangSecRef=3024 Default=False Detect=HKCU\Software\MiniTool Software Limited\MiniTool Partition Wizard FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\MiniTool Partition Wizard *|log.txt
  11. thanks but it shows that i am logged in to google account but sync is off.... and i never picked to save my data when i logged in. does it mean i have to log out the google account even though if sync is off??
  12. It sounds as if your Chrome may be synced. (But see below about logins). If you clear anything that is synced (Timeline, browser history, etc.) from your machine then it will just get synced back again from the cloud server. That's simply how synchronisation works - info about your activity, settings, etc. is saved in the cloud and then downloaded to your device(s) when you visit (log into) that synced service again. The software (Timeline, browser, etc.) looks at the device you are using and if the info saved in the cloud isn't on there it downloads it automatically to the device. That's how history from your PC browsing gets transferred (syncronised) to your tablet or phone and vice-versa. Unless you clear the info from the cloud server it will keep being synced back to your machine(s). And of course the cloud servers are owned by the software company(s) and they won't let 3rd party cleaners delete files from them. The only effective way to clear synced information is from within each synced application itself which can delete things from its own cloud server. This explains how to do that with Chrome: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-clear-google-chrome-sync-data/ The gmail login may be something else. Last year google started logging you into Chrome when you logged into gmail or youtube, they may have expanded that to work the other way round as well. Here's an article about it from last year: https://www.theverge.com/2018/9/24/17895536/google-chrome-69-log-in-sync-password-user-data-privacy
  13. Invalid class string

    No differences .
  14. Invalid class string

    Does ir t make any difference if you right-click and select to run Speccy as admin ?
  15. Winapp2.ini additions

    Ouch! It should be *.tmp. My apologies for my error. I also find that the following other modules has the same error. [Clover *] FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Clover\User Data\Default\JumpListIcons*|*tmp [HomeCinema CyberLink *] %ProgramFiles%\HomeCinema\PowerProducer\Template\Cyberlink\frame|*tmp
  16. Invalid class string

    Speccy Pro don't get me any information about my PC (Win 10). I see just "Invalid class string"!?! Can anybody help me? Regards
  17. It happened few days ago where I can't see my cpu and motherboard's temp. It just happened for no reason. I did update my Windows 10 to the latest version if that helps.
  18. Winapp2.ini additions

    Just to be safe: Is the pattern "*tmp" correct or was the dot accidentally forgotten?
  19. defraggler has this feature --> defraggler -> settings -> boot time defrag choose 1.) disabled 2.) run once 3.) run every time
  20. Hi, I checked all the boxes in all the cleaning options in Custom Clean also in Applications where Google Chrome is. Google Chrome is closed and I run cleaning. But nothing is removed except the history. When I run Chrome I am still logged in to gmail, facebook etc. I already disabled "Continue running background apps when Google Chrome is closed" but still nothing at all. I tried with BleachBit even though I don`t like this software but still nothing what is wrong? please help
  21. Excuse me I gave a solution I found that worked for me that is relevant to today. I do not need lesson on English from you. What is your problem? I thought I may have helped anyone with this problem. I simply said "in Ccleaner go to tools and start Drive Wiper". As regards to your rudeness , I shall be uninstalling this website thank you
  22. Recuva Shows 0% After 2.5+ Hours

    Never mind, I’m finally seeing progress after about 3.5 hours. It shows 8% progress and 2days estimated time. It still only shows 1 file found, but I’m assuming there’s more since I saw lots when I canceled the first run?
  23. could it be because you are logged on as the current user and Spotify is installed for all users? also check out running CC as administrator and see if that shows more than the usual crop.
  24. How to quick format my drive

    Duplicate thread see here
  25. So I’m trying to recover a 1TB Western Digital Elements portable hard drive. It’s showing as having bad sectors and won’t read at all in Windows Explorer. (I get an I/O error if I try to open it.). Chkdsk was unable to fix it. I partially scanned the drive with EasUS Data Recovery, which showed over 50,000 files found. I wasn’t excited about paying $70 for the full version of EasUS so I’m trying Recuva. I’m running a deep scan with checking for undeleted files. I ran it at first for 25-30 mins, but it seemed stalled, so I stopped it. It did show many files, so I started a scan again. Now after 2.5 hours, all I see is “Step 1 of 3: Scanning Drive for deleted files. Current progress: 0%, 1file(s) found. Calculating time left...” is the program actually working, or has it crashed? Should I just continue to let it run?
  26. I recall from another forum post on your site that said if your hard-drive is too corupted to extract files from, you can either: A) quick format it Or use another recovery program( to which I forgot the name of). If someone can show me how to do any of the following, that would be much appreciated. Anyways, I'm trying to recover recycle bin files that are located in "\\.\Harddiskvolume3".
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