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  1. Kill dllhost.exe process and keep the task manager open while you're running ccleaner to see if the process doesn't start up again, because this process has the habit of starting and stopping itself frequently.
  2. Kill dllhost.exe process and keep the task manager open while you're running ccleaner to see if the process doesn't start up again, because this process has the habit of starting and stopping itself frequently.
  3. Kill dllhost.exe process and keep the task manager open while you're running ccleaner to see if the process doesn't start up again, because this process has the habit of starting and stopping itself frequently.
  4. Defraggler can't move folders!

    No defrag product can defrag folders while in Windows. Some can while rebooting. But I don't know a free product that can do that. Maybe Jkdefrag (now MyDefrag ), haven't tried that one. But overall I agree that Piriform's support for FAT32 is lacking (Recuva is even worse), and that's especially awkward if you want to use Defraggler or Recuva with flash drives.
  5. Yeah, the bug I was reporting is mainly about Recuva saying a file you try to restore is overwritten with a file that can't have overwritten it, because the two files were existing together peacefully on my harddisk before I accidentally deleted one, and the other one hasn't changed in the meantime.
  6. I have often experienced the following symptoms with Recuva: - I accidentally delete a file (or close Firefox without saving tabs, and then want to recover sessionstore.js) - I immediately fire up Recuva - There are no programs open that are writing to disk (apart from Windows of course) - The file is not recoverable anymore, and it says it is overwritten by another file, a file that is already (unchanged) on my disk for a long time (for example part of a program that I installed a long time ago), so this file can't have overwritten the file a try to recover. How can this be? My system: Windows XP sp3, FAT32 Is Recuva working better with NTFS then with FAT32?
  7. CCleaner v2.01.507

    That's ok, I already extracted the executable. No need to install spyware from a company that supports a dictatorial regime in China. Any reason though why the alternate builds were not included immediately? Does it take more time to include Yahoo spyware then to make an installer with CCleaner only? Regards (I love your app, btw)
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