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T. W.

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  1. I'm not sure why this happens, but I have a corrupt QuickTime registry key, and while trying to delete it, i ran CCleaner and found that it has 160 friends that won't go away either. Does anybody know how this could happen? Or, more importantly, how I could fix it? Thanks in advance.
  2. Dial-a-fix Solved the problem. Thanks guys.
  3. Sorry for not posting back. I've tried the uninstall/reinstall a few times, but I never went into safe mode, I downloaded CCleaner from File Hippo, and I've done the same for the previous two (three?) versions as well (since I began using it). I'm downloading the DirectX 9.0c right now (49 megs, yikes!). I'll try safe mode tomorrow or maybe the day after, and then I'll post another screen of any issues that continue to appear. These Issues aren't appearing on other Users on this computer. But there are other's from the other User that don't appear on this one. I don't want to try that last download until I have no other options. Simply because I'd rather try everything else that can be done involving CCleaner and programs I already have (DirectX). Definitely another post this coming week. Maybe CCleaner should scan over the entire computer rather than just that users folders.
  4. CCleaner's Registry Scan is finding the same 35 keys everytime it scans and then deletes them. Upon opening regedit and finding and clicking on the keys it says "Cannot open [key name]. Error found while opening." The same occurs while trying to delete the key but "open" and "opening" are replaced with "delete" and "deleting." A picture of around 33 of the keys is attached. The highlighted ones I believe to be CCleaner Keys, which may be the problem. Any help to solving the problem is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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