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  1. Problem fixed in Vista SP1 RTM--seems to have been an issue confined to RC1. Thanks all, Benjamin
  2. I've had no luck tracking down the source of this issue. I wonder if it could be related to my running Vista SP1 on this computer? Thanks to all for the suggestions.
  3. I agree. It's really very strange. Will give the process of elimination a try.
  4. Yes, I guess I should do that. Thanks for the good suggestion!
  5. As DiskFormat suggested, I ran the CCleaner in analysis mode (because I know snipping will be disabled if I actually run the program--it always happens). Does anyone have any idea which projected deletion is the culprit? They all seem fine/unrelated to me, so I am perplexed. Thanks again! IE Temporary Internet Files (632 files) 3.76MB [bunch of cookies] Marked for deletion: C:\Users\Vista\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\index.dat Marked for deletion: C:\Users\Vista\Local Settings\History\History.IE5\index.dat C:\Users\Vista\AppData\Local\Temp\96018.od 134 bytes C:\Users\Vista\AppData\Local\Temp\CVR7712.tmp.cvr 0 bytes C:\Users\Vista\AppData\Local\Temp\Vista.bmp 31.09KB C:\Users\Vista\AppData\Local\Temp\wmplog00.sqm 1.31KB C:\Users\Vista\AppData\Local\Temp\Word8.0\ShockwaveFlashObjects.exd 14.40KB C:\Windows\Debug\UserMode\ChkAcc.log 0 bytes [bunch of cookies] [Firefox cache] C:\Users\Vista\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Office\Recent\[whole bunch of recent files]
  6. Good thought but since it's a Windows feature and not a separate application, it isn't listed.
  7. That's strange--I'm running Vista Business too, and this happens every time. I do reinstall via the CP. What happens is that I get a pop-up stating the snipping tool is no longer installed but it is--it just won't run. Thanks for all the replies.
  8. Every time I run CCleaner, the Win Vista snipping tool no longer works and I have to re-install it. CCleaner is obviously deleting a file (or files) needed by the snipping tool but I have no idea which one(s). Does anyone have any suggestions? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! EDIT: This happens after running the standard cleaning function, not the registry scan. I should also state I have the latest version installed. (Maybe I should have posted this in the Bugs section, as it affects a Windwos component...) Benjamin
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