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  1. Saintj, Did you already read this ? http://forum.pirifor...?showtopic=1110 The webpage contains details on where a number of messenger programs (e.g. Yahoo, AOL) store their info. Ready to be added to ""Winapp2.ini"". Do you know in which folders and files e.g MSN and ICQ store what information ? Then post it here on the forum and perhaps it will be incorporated in the next version of CC.
  2. First do carefully read this webpage for clues what has gone wrong. http://docs.piriform...leaner-to-clean When you have followed all the instructions on that page, and it still doesn't work then post your modified Office 2003 entry for ""Winapp2.ini"" in this thread and I'll have a look at it. No, don't add that info to ""Ccleaner.ini"".
  3. Some suggestions: 1. Find out where BD stores its files on your disk and use the CC ""Exclude"" feature (""Option"", ""Exclude"") to exclude those folders/files from wiping. 2. When CC suggests that there're are one or more obsolete registry entries then that does not automatically mean that you must remove them. If you're uncertain whether removing a registry entry will crash the BD software then don't remove it. 3. Don't tick all the boxes or any boxes in the registry section. 4. Untick all the boxes in the ""Registry"" section and then by ticking one box at a time, try to find out which registry entries can be removed without crashing BD. Simply a matter of trial and error.
  4. Name the file Winapp2.ini and store it in the folder where CCleaner.exe was installed. You selected that folder when you installed CC. Change inside Winapp2.ini the line [Office 2003] to e.g. [*Office 2003 MRG7] and that last text should show up besides a new box in the ""Application"" pane of CC.
  5. If there's a file in the application folder where CC is installed, called ""Winapp2.ini"" then you must add info to it. If it doesn't exist then create a new file. Use a simple text editor, e.g. Notepad. Just copy the info from the attachment to that file. Change ""[Office 2003]"" to e.g. ""[*Office 2003 MRG7]"" (to distinguish it from the regular Office 2003 entry). Now you must find out which one of the lines, as mentioned above in my previous post, is causing your settings to be wiped. Omit one or more of these ""RegKey...=...."" lines. It's a matter of trial and error. See also post #8.
  6. When CC can't ""translate"" text strings at all then it seems all *.dll fies are ""overlooked"" by CC. Because the english version is in CC itself. It seems CC v2.32 can't properly install itself on a Vista Ultimate 32 bit computer. A lot of other users of this Windows version could have experienced the same problems but they are quite capable/content using the english version. So, they didn't notice that changing the laguage causes problems. Can users with Vista Ultimate 32 bit installed and who read this post tell us whether, on their computer, CC v2.32 has problems finding the appropriate language file when they change the language ?
  7. I think I have found the solution for this problem. There's a small but important difference between CC v2.27 and higher versions. The following lines are the original ones from v2.27. [Office 2003] .......... Regkey3=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\PowerPoint\Recent File List Regkey4=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Publisher\Recent File List Regkey5=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\InfoPath\Recent File List ............ In versions v2.28 and higher the bold letters k were changed to K and that could be the reason why CC started wiping in those versions as described by MRG7 in this thread. So, anyone who doesn't want these settings to be wiped should write his/her own Winapp2.ini entry without one or more of these three lines. (See also post#8 by Nergal).
  8. Post the two corrupted CC language files (norwegian and swedish) here in this thread. Then the Piriform folks can see what has gone wrong with those files.
  9. It looks like CC makes an error while unpacking/installing files in that particular Operating System. It looks like two pointers are mixed up/are wrong and then both the norwegian and the swedish language file get corrupted. Does the same problem occur on your friends' computer with the norwegian file in that same O.S., as well ? The files in the attachment are the language files from CC v2.32 from my (dutch) computer (Windows XP). These are the most recent language files for swedish and norwegian. The list with languages to be selected (""Options"", ""Settings"") can be improved. Below the improvements. 1. ""Danish"" => ""Dansk (Danish)"". 2. ""Norwegian"" => ""Norsk (Norwegian)"".
  10. Changing the language (CC v2.32) from dutch to swedish/norwegian and back does work on my computer (Windows XP) without any problems. Some suggestions: 1. Are both CC programs of the same version ? (e.g. v2.32) 2. The application folder where CC is installed should have a sub-folder called "Lang" Check out if there's a file called "lang-1053.dll" (swedish version) or "lang-1044.dll" (norwegian version) in that particular folder. If CC can't find the appropriate language file then it will use the embedded english text instead. 3. If it works with CC v2.32 on one computer then copy that "*.dll" file to the other computer. 4. Download CC again. It could have gotten damaged while downloading.
  11. The best solution is - IMO - to delete the entry and re-install the modem software.
  12. El Pusher, In CC there're A LOT OF possibilities to finetune the wiping: 1. Add info to ""winapp2.ini"". You can also add e.g. "".....|*.lnk"" or "".....|*.ico"" wich would specificly target those types of files. 2. Add info to the ""Include"" and/or ""Exclude"" feature(s) (""Options"" in the CC main screen) in CC to include/exclude specific files. And it's up to you to use one of these features.
  13. Nergal, The line ""FileKey1=%appdata%\Microsoft\Office\Recent|*.*"" specificly targets that folder called ""....\Recent"". So, e.g. the folder "".....\Reciente"" (spanish version) or ""......\Zuletzt verwendet"" (german version) won't be wiped at all. On the other hand, when the user uses the CC ""Recent documents"" option, then one special system folder is wiped, independently of the language version of Windows. E.g. in the dutch Windows version on my computer that special system folder is called ""Onlangs geopend"" but nonetheless that folder is wiped by the CC option ""Recent documents"". El Pusher, That folder "".......\reciente"" is not wiped because it's not targeted. (See my response to Nergal, above). If you want that folder to be wiped then modify the Office 2007 info (post #4) and add it to ""Winapp2.ini"".
  14. El pusher, 1. Is that ""......\reciente\"" folder empty ? 2. Of course, you should change ""Filekey...=..........\recent\"" to "".......\reciente\". If that folder is empty then (some) info from the registry isn't wiped. If you know how to use a registry editor then you can search the registry which entries are available. Compare that with the info from Nergal has provided. Use the suggestions I made above. 3. Perhaps you installed more MS Office applications besides e.g. MS Word ? Powerpoint, Access, Excel, ...... ?
  15. I have ""C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\download"" added to the list of folders to be cleaned ( In the ""Include"" section of CC). This is a folder (in Windows XP) created by the Microsoft Auto update function and is used for temporary storage of files before installing. But those files are not wiped after installation. I think Vista and Windows 7 have a similar folder with a comparable name. If you have limited diskspace then I would advise to uninstall large bulky programs. e.g. get rid of Adobe Reader and use Foxit Reader instead to read *.pdf files.
  16. I took a thorough look at what happens with Wipe Free Space and it seems (!) Windows starts to delete SRPs when the amount of free diskspace on a drive drops below 1.0%. So, the Piriform folks could modify the WFS option in such a way that it would stop when the amount of free space drops/threatens to drop below, say 1.1% or 1.2%.
  17. Heath, After you hit ""Analyze"", CC always lists the files (either in a summary or in detail) that are to be wiped. But info to be wiped from the registry is never listed. e.g if you have selected ""Recent documents"" CC will remove a small section from the registry as well but CC simply won't inform the user what is to be removed. Kroozer, I DO like your signature. ""Don't take computers too seriously. ...............""
  18. No, I don't. This is extremely dangerous. Perfect idea to destroy the integrity of the registry, IMO when used in combination with a registry editor and someone who doesn't have a clue what he/she is doing.
  19. ""Recent documents"" is used by Windows to store a link to every file the user ahs opened. the ""Office\Recent"" folder is used by Office only in order to be shared by all Office programs. But Office stores file info in the registry as well.
  20. Office 2000 is already 10 (??) years old and that's why it's likely that it won't be incorporated in CC any more. You'll have to write your own ""Winapp2.ini"" entry. How many boxes called ""Office ...... "" show up in ""Applications"" ? If e.g. a box called ""Office XP"" shows up as well then you should add some/all lines belonging to Office XP as well. Perhaps Office 2000 registry entries have a slightly different name when compared with Office 97 and Office XP. See the info provided by Nergal for suggestions what to look for. Look at the info from the other Office entries as well. You'll have to use your imagination and your braincells. I simply can't tell you what to do step by step. Keep track which filenames you're using in Word, Access etc., for, say a week. Don't use CC for a week as well. Use the filename info to search the registry and/or your harddisk. That will also provide clues where that info is stored.
  21. GBD, No, this is - IMO - not a bug ! Did you use the ""Wipe Free Space"" option in CC ? Then EVERY time you do that you can kiss all your System Restore Points goodbye ! That's why - IMO - the Piriform folks should adress the ""Wipe Free Space"" issue, as discussed in other threads on this forum, in the next version of CC. See e.g. my last suggestion in this thread http://forum.pirifor...showtopic=26048
  22. Bert18, Are you using Windows XP ? Then you can use a special explorer called ""EXplorerXP"" to see whether those System Restore Points (SRP) are really gone. Go in ExplorerXP to the folder ""System Volume Information"". If ExplorerXP tells you that that folder is larger than, say 20 Mb in size then one or more SRPs are still there. (Warning: ExplorerXP is not easy to use.) Did you use the ""Wipe Free Space"" option in CC ? Then you can kiss your SRPs goodbye. The only remedy is: 1. Don't use ""Wipe Free Space"" any more. At least, not for the drive(s) for which you have activated Windows System Restore. 2. Make sure you don't fill all the space on a drive. Because every time you do that, Windows (NOT CC) WILL delete one or more SRPs on that drive AGAIN, in order to make more diskspace available. If you have enough free diskspace and the SRP function enabled then, as time goes by, Windows will automatically create one or more new SRPs.
  23. If this problem is really related to Norton360, doesn't provide Norton an un-install program that will remove these entries for you ?
  24. Zorry, Read this thread http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=28214 It contains - IMO - enough information to build your own ""Winapp2.ini"" entry to wipe ICQ info. If you have succeded building such an entry and it works well then post it here in this thread. Then others who use ICQ will benefit as well.
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