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Dan Dar3

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  1. Same problem here: Speccy 1.28.709 (64 bit) Windows 10 (64 bit, 10.0.10240) It appears Speccy leverages the CPU-Z driver to gather CPU information (CPUID v1.0.3.8) and it extracts it in %TEMP%\cpuz138 folder and probably calling it through %TEMP%\speccycpuid.dll (CPUDI SDK DLL, v1.1.1.6). The problem doesn't happen all the time, but it is annoying if you happen to start Speccy when you have things unfinished / unsaved.
  2. The bird has flown the nest, I repeat, the bird has flown the nest :-) Speccy v1.27 works on Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9879, as per Release Notes! https://www.piriform.com/speccy/version-history
  3. Anyone knows what's with the reg000n files in %WINDIR%\ie7\ folder? I have a few ranging from reg00001 to reg0101, about 8 KB each. Can they be removed by CCleaner? Windows XP, IE7 Thanks, Dan
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