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Jamin4u

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  1. Newbie alert---Copy and paste into a desktop shortcut?
  2. Thanks to all that have replied. Please read Post #9 Thanks again!
  3. Could someone give me an example on how to add -a to abort shutdown during the time-out period. If you could give me the basics on how to use the rest I would really appreciate it. Thanks, I found this on the Internet.
  4. This will help her shutdown her computer. I will leave it at 00 seconds because the abort screen is not needed for her. I may start using this method to shutdown and restart for the simple fact that its convenient. Thanks, Jamin4u
  5. Good Idea Do you leave your time at "Shutdown.exe -s -t 00" ?
  6. My sister is disabled and theses would make it easier for her. Shutdown/Restart Icons 1) Are these correct and safe to use on a daily basis? 2) Will these work on Vista and XP? 3) Should I add time at the end to lets say "Shutdown.exe -s -t 05" ? To allow time for programs to shutdown. Thanks, Jamin4u
  7. This Reminds me of the Upper Peninsula in Michigan. No City Lights! "Blue Moon"
  8. Michigan Blows..................a cold winter wind, that will chill you to the bone. Speaking of cold facts! Bill Gates earns $250 every second; that?s about $20 million a day and $7.8 billion a year! If he drops a thousand-dollar bill, he needn?t even bother to pick it up because in the four seconds it would take him to pick it up, he would?ve already earned it back. That will kick you in the snowballs!
  9. Run Cleaner. Open Internet Explorer, then sign in and check the box ?keep me signed in for two weeks unless I sign out?. Close Internet Explorer. Open CCleaner and go to Options>Cookies>Under Cookies to Delete you should see my.yahoo.com, and or yahoo.com, highlight and move to -> Cookies to Keep. Run Cleaner Open Internet Explorer. If this doesn't work for you, uncheck Adobe Flash Player because it may be a Flash Cookie. Cleaner>Applications>Multimedia>Adobe Flash Player Let us know if you need more help.
  10. This would be helpful for Network Administrators, as well as everyone whose computer is used by others. It could be an option in settings to be setup after install. A second option could be to disable everything except running the Cleaner. This way an administrator can have more control over the program.
  11. hesyst, another member with a very similar problem as yours, has had success by doing the following. First: Restore your advanced settings in IE7. (suggested by davey) Internet Options>Advanced>Restore advanced settings>OK Second: Think about when you first started having problems. Did you add any software? If you did add software then disable it. Reboot>Surf>Look for history. You might do this one at a time to pin point the cause. I hope this does it.
  12. The post from DennisD is right on the money. For my brother, I opted to uncheck Adobe Flash Player from being cleaned. Cleaner>Applications>Multimedia>Adobe Flash Player. He keeps adding flash cookie passwords and needs help to exclude them.
  13. These are index.dat files that you should have already deleted. See Post #5 Try a couple more things: Index.dat Suite application (Freeware) because it finds more .dat files and does all users. http://support.it-mate.co.uk/?mode=Product...=index.datsuite Download Basic Install or No Install: For the No Install zip file, unzip to desired location and double click on the ID Suite icon in folder. Click on the cog wheel and uncheck all Folder options>save (let CCleaner handle theses). Don't change any other settings unless you know what you are changing. Select Drive>Click on find>When its finished searching, click on the black icon on top toolbar(second from the left) to generate file>Reboot>Surf>Look for history. Do you use IE7Pro? If so, do as davey suggested. If all else fails! Good Luck, Jamin4u
  14. Did you try a system restore to before CCleaner? Do you use Erunt? Great program to backup the registry. http://www.larshederer.homepage.t-online.de/erunt/ Do you know what settings you used in CCleaner? Did you use CCleaner to fix Registry issues with a backup? If you use IE7PRO do as davey suggested. Scroll Through History. Hold SHIFT and Scroll the Mouse - This will allow you to review your history as stored in memory. This is great for reviewing what was typed into forms. Some keyboard shortcuts. http://wiki.ie7pro.com/index.php/Keyboard_...rnet_Explorer_7
  15. You may have started Internet Explorer with no add-ons, but if you use IE7Pro this is what davey said, along with other suggestions. Sounds like good advise. I found this post on the Internet regarding a corrupted desktop.ini file. Keep in mind this was Vista but it may offer some help. Read the whole thing including the comments. http://blogs.mgtechgroup.com/markc/archive...ory-in-IE7.aspx Let us know if this helps, we will still be working on it.
  16. I don't see that we've confirmed your computer is free of viruses, spyware, and other nasties. Have you run your antivirus software and spyware scans? This anti-malware application will only take about five minutes to scan after install. http://www.majorgeeks.com/Malwarebytes_Ant...ware_d5756.html This is a fully functional free version with ease of use. If you want the protection module (real time monitoring) then you'll need to purchase it. If this fails get your history back using the steps you described. Reboot your computer then look at your event viewer trying to find errors or warnings that pertain to the loss of your history. I'm sure that it being confined to your account will be the key to finding the cause. I agree that some type of command is deleting your history on startup. I just asked one member to help. I hope others will also try, because I am about out of suggestions.
  17. You may find these links useful. http://www.malwarebytes.org/startuplite.php http://www.sysinfo.org/startuplist.php
  18. Sounds like you may be on to something... Did you just download MS .Net Framework 2.0? Look in add or remove programs. Is it Service Pack 1? I have XP SP3 with .NET Framework 3.0 Service Pack 1 and all is well. I was unsure if I should uninstall 2.0 and 1.1, so I just left them installed. Go to Local Settings>History open the folder and double click on Today (if there). Can you see your history?
  19. Your source is great for Definitions. Majorgeeks had that posted on the 6th: http://www.majorgeeks.com/Windows_Defender...ates_d5994.html This link in my previous post is for program version 1.41.110.0: http://majorgeeks.com/Windows_Defender_d4466.html The current program version as far as Defenders built in check for updates is: 1.1.1600.0 I've seen them put out a lot of program version updates before they are readily available for download. Java is another prime example. I go to Majorgeeks and filehippo every day to see what programs are updated. If you can suggest some other sources that would be great.
  20. Just an example. Majorgeeks Yesterday: http://majorgeeks.com/Windows_Defender_d4466.html
  21. I like the way you stated this YoKenny. I tried to say the same thing.
  22. You may have a corrupted index.dat file. In Cleaner>Internet Explorer>Check Delete Index.dat files. Run the Cleaner and restart your computer. Check to see if history is there. Next if needed> It's Possible that a tool bar or Add-on is causing this. Start Internet Explorer (No Add-ons) Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Internet Explorer (No Add-ons) Check to see if history is there. Take a look in the drop down box in history. Does it look like this: By Date By Site By Most Visited By Order Visited Today --------------------------- Search History If it does, try and change the setting to see if your history appears.
  23. I'm sure Defrag didn't help any. But its still worth a try. Link to download page: http://www.recuva.com/download/builds Link to Recuvas Guide: http://www.internetrotsyourbrain.com/recuvabeginnersguide/ Good Luck
  24. Hello hesyst, and welcome to the forum. Unfortunately I can't help you recover your history. But I can help you keep your future browsing in your history. In Cleaner>Internet Explorer>uncheck history. Heres a link to CCleaners guide: http://www.ccleanerbeginnersguide.com/ Let us know if you need more help. Jamin4u
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