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Jamin4u

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  1. Deleting the folder at reboot is probably the way to go. I could only recommend killbox as an app that could do this. You have to trust a program to run at boot. Good find on a second app. They may use different methods and one may work.
  2. You could try deleting the folder using the Command Prompt. http://www.cybertechhelp.com/tutorial/arti...les-and-folders Some say to kill explorer during the process using Task Manager (leave open) then go back to Task Manager, click File, New Task and enter EXPLORER.EXE to restart the GUI shell. It seems that killbox does something like that.
  3. Close your browser then try to rename the folders and delete, or are they read only? What info do you get from the folders properties? Visit sonicdrivein.com, close your browser and then try to delete.
  4. Try this one: http://killbox.net/ How to use killbox: http://metallica.geekstogo.com/killboxexplanation.html
  5. If you use Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, you could try FileASSASSIN under more tools. http://filehippo.com/download_malwarebytes_anti_malware/ You could download and try Unlocker. http://www.filehippo.com/download_unlocker/ Click on Download latest version for either program and save.
  6. Keeping the flash cookie for Machinarium.net would save the online demo data and not the downloaded version data. According to the Machinarium forum, the games are saved in the Macromedia Flash Folder as a .sol. You could clear the box for Adobe Flash Player in CCleaner. Cleaner -> Applications -> Multi Media -> Adobe Flash Player. Alternately, you could exclude the file in CCleaner. First you must show hidden files and folders. OS(C:) Under Tools -> Folder Option -> View -> Show hidden files and folders then click OK. In CCleaner: Options -> Exclude -> Add File and follow the path to the end then click OK. Since I don't have the game, I'm not 100% sure of the path. XP: C:\Documents and Settings\{Username}\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects\{Randomword}\Localhost\Program Files\Machinarium\Machinarium.exe\Machinarium.sol Vista and Windows 7: C:\Users\{Username}\Application Data\Roaming\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects\{Randomword}\Localhost\Program Files\Machinarium\Machinarium.exe\Machinarium.sol Restore: Do not show hidden files and folders then click OK. Post back if you need any more help or if you have success.
  7. I always go to the builds page and download (save) the slim version to the desktop. No need to uninstall the old version, just install the new version over the top of the old. Just take your time and read the few choices you have, and before you know it your done. You should look at the changes made to the new version and read the CCleaner documentation. (see link below)
  8. If you want to manually delete the file(s). First you must show hidden files and folders. OS(C:) Under Tools -> Folder Option -> View -> Show hidden files and folders then click OK. C:\Documents and Settings\{username}\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects\{Randomword} C:\Documents and Settings\{username}\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash Player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys Look for The file(s) in both locations and delete. Restore: Do not show hidden files and folders then click OK.
  9. The only time I've seen a Windows explorer view is when I'm including or excluding files and folders.
  10. What operating system and browser(s) are you using?
  11. In CCleaner click on the cookie to delete and look at the bottom of the screen to see the browser and or if it's a flash cookie.
  12. Hi SkyWired, and welcome to the forum. The site uses Flash Player. Do you have the box checked for Adobe Flash Player? Cleaner -> Applications -> Multi Media -> Adobe Flash Player.
  13. Hi felixxx99, and welcome to the forum. You can play the game and then save the cookies. Options -> Cookies -> Cookies to Delete -> Cookies to keep. Alternately, you can clear the box for Adobe Flash Player. Cleaner -> Applications -> Multi Media -> Adobe Flash Player. I hope the links you've posted aren't spam for the game. I only say this because this is your first post here and the game is for sale.
  14. Hi hhara, and welcome to the forum. In the Cleaner section you can do the following. Right click on a blank space of results and view detailed results for all files. Alternately, you can double click or right click a single line to view that lines detailed results only. In Tools -> Uninstall the publisher, install date and file size are shown in Vista and Windows 7.
  15. Hi Crapaholic, and welcome to the forum. With each release, there are bug fixes, new features and updates for programs. Have a look here for a full version history. This is a good reason to update to the latest version.
  16. If you right click on a blank space of the results field, it will also save all entries.
  17. Hi mathfriend, and welcome to the forum. Right click results and save to text file.
  18. The front page of the docs. site for CCleaner under FAQ. Maybe this topic should be moved to CCleaner bug reporting.
  19. CCleaner looks for Adobe Flash Player here: HKCR\CLSID\{D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000}
  20. If you use a download manager and pause the download, the file can become corrupted since it's updated often. It has been reported that problems installing happen without a download manager. You can check here for the latest VDF Update Version with a link for download and QA Realtime Status. Look in the lower right hand corner of the page.
  21. Manual updates 28.6 MB that are no problem to download. Auto updates 7.2 MB on this large release that are impossible to download. Sounds like they should put the manual server on the job. No problem here from a long time Avira free AV fan.
  22. Hi olddog, did IE8 crash last night with your last browsing session? A crash is the only time I'm asked about restoring a session. Your last browsing session closed unexpectedly. -> Restore your last session. -> Go to your home page. If you have a crash, you might want to open IE8 and restore your last session before running CCleaner at the end of the day. I recommend closing IE before running CCleaner. Alternately, you could disable automatic crash recovery. Open IE8 and go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced -> Browsing -> Clear the box for "Enable automatic crash recovery" Click OK. Takes effect after you restart IE8. I noticed some old recovery .dat files in the active folder, so I have added this folder to my include list in CCleaner as well. When IE is open the recovery files are in the active folder and move to the last active folder when IE is closed. Apparently, this doesn't always happen due to the fact that I had old files in the active folder. This might be where IE came up with some old pages as you stated in your first post. XP Documents and Settings \ {username} \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ Microsoft \ Internet Explorer \ Recovery \ Active Documents and Settings \ {username} \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ Microsoft \ Internet Explorer \ Recovery \ Last Active Vista Users \ {username} \ AppData \ Local \ Microsoft \ Internet Explorer \ Recovery \ Active Users \ {username} \ AppData \ Local \ Microsoft \ Internet Explorer \ Recovery \ Last Active Users \ {username} \ AppData \ Local \ Microsoft \ Internet Explorer \ Recovery \ High \ Active Users \ {username} \ AppData \ Local \ Microsoft \ Internet Explorer \ Recovery \ High \ Last Active
  23. Jamin4u

    Recuva v1.31

    Thank you for your hard work and dedication toward improving your software.
  24. @DennisD Now that's what I call putting your back into it!
  25. @Alan_B I understand that you want to compare two different versions of CCleaner side by side. This is what I was referring to. @All members I have found that if you have CCleaner /Auto as a quick launch and accidentally double click, you will have two instances of the same .exe cleaning simultaneously. Could this have negative consequences?
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