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  1. This is true if you delete folders from your current driver revision. However, this folder keeps all previous ones as well. NVIDIA does not get rid of them automatically. It's safe to delete those old versions. If you look in my screenshot here you can see the two differently colored boxes I put around the groups of folders within installer2. The red box is from the latest installation (should not be deleted), the green box (safe to delete) is from a previous update that can be removed. You can tell the ones boxed in green are from a previous update due to the repeated naming scheme and the timestamp difference compared to the ones boxed in red. So as I stated in my first post, the caveat for the CCleaner developers would be they would need to systematically determine what can be removed based on duplicate names. For example, you can see in the screenshot that there are duplicates of Display.Driver, HDAudio.Driver, and others just to name a few. The ones with the older timestamp are part of previous revisions and are essentially stale files that are no longer in use.
  2. CCleaner currently clears NVIDIA files from C:\NVIDIA but it does not clear other stale installation files from C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\Installer2. It's easy to accumulate over 1-2GB of old installation files in this directory depending on how often one updates their drivers. I haven't looked too deep into it, but it appears this folder stores installations of drivers and geforce experience. The only caveat, is that currently installed driver files also reside in this directory so these would somehow have to be excluded from deletion. Further information: http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3333/~/disk-space-used-when-installing-nvidia-drivers
  3. Using latest ver 1.23.569 on Windows 7 x64 on a Sony VAIO T-series laptop. This issue has been happening for some time now, but it seems that scrolling up is a bit buggy on my system when using Speccy. Scrolling down works fine, but once I begin to scroll up the page will jump up multiple lines (think of page-up key). It also only seems to happen if I set Vertical Scrolling in Mouse Properties to 1 line at a time, which is my preferred setting since my mouse is a bit sensitive. Thanks, Mike
  4. Sure. Opera 12.15 - Build 1748 CCleaner version is in post title. CCleaner Crash Dump File: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74762665/CCleaner64.exe.5580.dmp
  5. CCleaner stops responding and crashes when Analyzing or attempting to clean Opera -> Website Icons. Can anyone confirm if this is a bug? Running on Windows 7 Professional x64 Mike
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