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Eric L Hepperle

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  1. @hazelnut, Just a follow up. I just want to confirm that I was indeed able to run Ccleaner just fine in Safe Mode (with networking) today. Looks like I'm good. Thanks so much for your help.
  2. I'm out of time today @hazelnut, but I'll test it out and report back. Probably Friday.
  3. Bummer Well thanks for your help @hazelnut and @nukecad. I the quick response helped me get up and running again and I really appreciate it. Is there any way to give kudos or mark as solved?
  4. Thanks @hazelnut Yes. I'll give it a shot. I'll report back. RESULTS: ... Well, that worked. But, why? Is there something special about the "slim" version? Is there an issue with "upgrading" by installing over the old version that never was an issue before?
  5. Sorry, yes. I meant to add that above. That's the weird part. That is the behavior it is exhibiting exactly, but Ccleaner doesn't seem to be honoring that I don't have that checked.
  6. I ran Ccleaner free - which had been running perfect until today - this morning in Windows 10 64-bit home edition and it (not sure the technical term) crashed/disappeared/terminated early with no error. It ran and appeared to remove files as it should, but after clearing Google Chrome cache it abruptly exited. The Ccleaner interface/dashboard window disappeared and shut itself down. Troubleshooting Here is what I tried to fix it, to no avail: Updated to the latest version and re-ran. Ran in safe mode. I went into Safe Mode to do troubleshooting, but it just did the exact same thing. System Microsoft Windows 10 Home (10.0.17763 Build 17763) Belarc Advisor reports OS as: Windows 10 Home (x64) Version 1809 (build 17763.253) Ccleaner Free v. 5.52.6967 (64-bit)
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