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Hi there,

 

Please find attached copy of embedded INIs in CCleaner v2.19.889.

 

Thanks

Broken zip <_<

 

mmm further investigation result in all attaches on this thread being broken, is file server down?

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Hi there,

 

Please find attached copy of embedded INIs in CCleaner v2.20.920.

 

Thanks

t still coming up as corrupt zip file on both my vista and XP machines with multiple unzip programs (Explorer, Universal Extractor)

7Zip did the best as it was able to look inside the Zip file where it sees a UNIX file called "embedded_INIs_v2.20" with was then able to open that unix file and find the ini files inside that. Not sure what archiver your using but. . . most people aren't going to be able to figure that one out :P

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Yes we have a corrupt zip here MrT you will have to attach it again. ;)

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Hi,

 

I am sorry to hear that you are having problems downloading the ZIP files.

 

The issue is only affecting users of Internet Explorer browser. We are working on it...

 

Can you please use another browser for the time being?

 

I am sorry for any inconvenience.

 

Thank you for your support.

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Can you please use another browser for the time being?

 

No we shouldn't have to for a simple zip file. ;)

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Is there any reason not to post the embedded .ini on the ccleaner download site (perhaps on the builds page) when each new version of the app is posted?

 

Note that there is no problem downloading the portable version (a .zip file) from that page.

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Please find attached copy of embedded INIs in CCleaner v2.21.940.

 

Sorry MrT its a bad zip again. I've tried it 5 times and still won't open. ;)

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Sorry MrT its a bad zip again. I've tried it 5 times and still won't open. ;)

Keith, use 7zip it'll open it

it's a two layer zip

though MR T definitly needs to use a different zipper ;)

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Sorry MrT its a bad zip again. I've tried it 5 times and still won't open. ;)

Try this one, made with WinXP's built in zipper:

 

 

Is it 7-Zip made Zip's that are causing the failure?

Edited by Andavari
Download link removed, as the INI's are outdated now.

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Keith, use 7zip it'll open it

it's a two layer zip

though MR T definitly needs to use a different zipper ;)

 

Why should you need 7 zip to open a zip file. Its always worked before though I do recall another bad zip file a while ago.

 

Try this one, made with WinXP's built in zipper:

 

Is it 7-Zip made Zip's that are causing the failure?

 

Thanks Andavari that one worked as it should do. No I don't use 7 zip though I did install it once just to try it out. It didn't do anything that WinZip did so I removed it.

 

Thanks again. ;)

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I don't have any problem with WinRar 3.80...it's the best tool ever. Download it for free from here:

 

http://www.rarlab.com/

 

I also tried WinRar 3.90 Beta 2(not the latest, 3) and it had a lot of problems with my Windows Vista x64 so I advise you to install WinRar 3.8. The good thing about WinRar 3.90 is that is has a sepperate installer for x86 and x64 operating systems! WinRar 3.80 works on both x86 and x64 systems!

 

Have Fun!!! :rolleyes:

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I don't have any problem with WinRar 3.80...it's the best tool ever.

 

I use WinRAR 3.60 it will open the file but it won't extract it shows this error

 

C:\Temp\embedded_INIs_v2[1].21.zip: The archive is either in unknown format or damaged

 

I'm sure it MrT reposts it it will be fine. There was a problem with the zip file a while again and he reposted after a few comments. ;)

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I use WinRAR 3.60 it will open the file but it won't extract it shows this error

 

C:\Temp\embedded_INIs_v2[1].21.zip: The archive is either in unknown format or damaged

 

I'm sure it MrT reposts it it will be fine. There was a problem with the zip file a while again and he reposted after a few comments. ;)

come on...download the newer version, WinRar 3.8. It's much more faster and better and won't give you any errors and stuff like that! ;)

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You can download WinRAR for free, but please note that it isn't free software. That's misleading to people who don't realise what a free download is.

 

It means it costs nothing to download it, but it will be a trial version which you will have to pay for when the trial runs out.

 

It isn't usual to recommend commercial software on this forum anyway, as there are plenty of freeware alternatives.

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You can download WinRAR for free, but please note that it isn't free software. That's misleading to people who don't realise what a free download is.

 

It means it costs nothing to download it, but it will be a trial version which you will have to pay for when the trial runs out.

 

It isn't usual to recommend commercial software on this forum anyway, as there are plenty of freeware alternatives.

 

No, it's not trial, it gives you 40 days to evaluate it and then when you open it it simply shows you a message to buy it and when you press close you can fully work with it! You don't have to uninstall it...

 

winrar_evaluation.jpg

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No, it's not trial, it gives you 40 days to evaluate it and then when you open it it simply shows you a message to buy it and when you press close you can fully work with it! You don't have to uninstall it.

Click 'Help->About' and what does it show? It clearly states: 40 days trial copy

 

Why put up with the nag to buy it, just grab a good freeware or open source archiver, 7-Zip comes to mind.

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Click 'Help->About' and what does it show? It clearly states: 40 days trial copy

 

Why put up with the nag to buy it, just grab a good freeware or open source archiver, 7-Zip comes to mind.

 

I have been using an evaluation copy of WinRar for over 2 years now :)

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Hi there,

 

Please find attached copy of embedded INIs in CCleaner v2.22.968.

 

Its another bad zip MrT. WinZip and WinRAR won't open it. :angry:

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The problem with downloading the ZIP files has been fixed. The forum code had a bug that corrupted the files on IE. :)

 

MrG

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Thank you MrG, it works pefectly now. ;)

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