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Hi all,

 

I use the latest version of Ccleaner with Windows 7 (2.21940).

 

I use PGP 9.9 desktop virtual drive. I send shortcut of folders in drive to desktop and change icons with icons from an icon folder because if the disk is unmounted actual icons will not be visible. after I use Ccleaner and reboot, my shortcuts to PGP drive disappear. I have no idea why this happens with Win 7 and not Vista or XP on same machine. :blink:

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Hi all,

 

I use the latest version of Ccleaner with Windows 7 (2.21940).

 

I use PGP 9.9 desktop virtual drive. I send shortcut of folders in drive to desktop and change icons with icons from an icon folder because if the disk is unmounted actual icons will not be visible. after I use Ccleaner and reboot, my shortcuts to PGP drive disappear. I have no idea why this happens with Win 7 and not Vista or XP on same machine. :blink:

 

 

No takers??

 

I tought this would be a tough question.

:rolleyes:

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No takers??

 

I tought this would be a tough question.

:rolleyes:

I'd be surprised if there were that many people here using PGP ... let alone PGP and W7! ;)

 

(Waits for all the posts proving me wrong :D)

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however maybe you can tell ccleaner to exclude the files. ?

 

 

 

maybe the only way to really find out is to one by one check each entry, clean and see if it deletes, then uncheck that one and check the next one

 

though I'm assume you have "Desktop Shortcuts" Checked off and that is the one doing it

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