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That's fairly likely. Unfortunately I don't know if that should be HKCU or HKLM because it was a user submitted entry.

 

Glad to see one of the BleachBit crowd here though :)

 

Try this:

I just removed it, as I don't have that App.

I'll post a request on the bleachbit board to make sure the app verifies the root hives while it reads the file so it doesn't have to crash on a failure in it.

 

Kind regards,

Ronny

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Thank you. Yes it was a typo.

 

OK, good to know. I just like it to look exactly like the folder in the appdata. I think it was probably a typo?

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I'd really suggest removing these because I have to delete this file to get Netflix working

C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\PlayReady\mspr.hds

 

I know I can uncheck DRM but I'd leave it up to you to determine whether it's a good thing but I never like cleaner apps that have unintended consequences.

 

I did some testing on another machine and ran into this problem as well, however it was solved by deleting that file as you said so I added

 

FileKey2=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\PlayReady|*.hds

 

which seems to solve the problem.

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It removes only last played.

 

[WMP Playlists*]

LangSecRef=3023

Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer\Player

Default=False

FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Media Player|lastplayed.wpl

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A file naming change in jv16 PT 2011 registry compactor makes the following change necessary (bak_jv16pt changed to jv16pt_bak)

 

[jv16 PowerTools 2011*]
LangSecRef=3024
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2011\jv16PT.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%UserProfile%|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey2=%UserProfile%|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak
FileKey3=%UserProfile%|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey4=%UserProfile%|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey5=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows|UsrClass.dat.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey6=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows|UsrClass.dat.jv16pt_bak
FileKey7=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows|UsrClass.dat.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey8=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows|UsrClass.dat.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey9=%windir%\system32\config|Default.jv16pt_bak
FileKey10=%windir%\system32\config|Default.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey11=%windir%\system32\config|Default.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey12=%windir%\system32\config|Default.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey13=%windir%\system32\config|software.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey14=%windir%\system32\config|software.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey15=%windir%\system32\config|software.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey16=%windir%\system32\config|software.jv16pt_bak
FileKey17=%windir%\system32\config|system.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey18=%windir%\system32\config|system.jv16pt_bak
FileKey19=%windir%\system32\config|system.jv16pt_bak.LOG1     
FileKey20=%windir%\system32\config|system.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey21=%windir%\System32\config|SAM.jv16pt_bak
FileKey22=%windir%\System32\config|SAM.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey23=%windir%\System32\config|SAM.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey24=%windir%\System32\config|SAM.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey25=%windir%\System32\config|COMPONENTS.jv16pt_bak
FileKey26=%windir%\System32\config|COMPONENTS.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey27=%windir%\System32\config|COMPONENTS.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey28=%windir%\System32\config|COMPONENTS.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey29=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak
FileKey30=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey31=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey32=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey33=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\LocalService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak
FileKey34=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\LocalService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey35=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\LocalService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey36=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\LocalService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG2

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Hello,

 

The latest winapp2.ini is not clearing Star Trek Online for me. I have the Steam-installed version of it.

 

Logs:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\star trek online\Star Trek Online\Live\logs\GameClient

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\star trek online\Star Trek Online\Playtest\logs\GameClient

 

Cache:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\star trek online\Star Trek Online\Live\cache

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\star trek online\Star Trek Online\Playtest\cache

 

Same problem with Champions Online.

 

Logs:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\champions online\Champions Online\Live\logs\GameClient

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\champions online\Champions Online\Playtest\logs\GameClient

 

Cache:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\champions online\Champions Online\Live\cache

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\champions online\Champions Online\Playtest\cache

 

Thank you.

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The LibreOffice 3 filter also deletes program preferences so after running it they all revert to the default ones. I'm guessing it's because of

FileKey5=%AppData%\LibreOffice\3\user|*.xcu

but I'm not sure.

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There's a bug in v1.0.110627:

[LogMeIN Hamatchi Backups*]
...
FileKey3=%WindDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\LogMeIn Hamachi|*.old

Should be %WinDir% and the name should be "LogMeIn Hamachi".

Thanks for your great work.

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[WorldWide Telescope*]
LangSecRef=3021 
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Research\Microsoft WorldWide Telescope 
Default=False
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\WorldWideTelescope\dem|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey2=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\WorldWideTelescope\Imagery|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey3=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\WorldWideTelescope\tourcache|*.*|RECURSE

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Cache cleaning for ViewNX 2 software supplied with Nikon cameras

 

[Nikon ViewNX 2 Pic Viewer (Cache)*]
LangSecRef=3023
Detect=HKLM\Software\Nikon\MCA2\ViewNX 2
Default=False
FileKey1=%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Nikon\ViewNX 2\Cache|*.*

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[Recycle Bin Logs]
LangSecRef=3025
Default=True
DetectFile=C:\RECYCLER\
FileKey1=C:\RECYCLER\|*.*|RECURSE

 

UHHHH first c:\recycler only exists in XP (at least it's not on my Win7)

second what logs there are no Recycle bin logs

third The Recycle bin (and yes that is everything in the hidden system files of C:\Recycler) is already cleaned by ccleaner in it's default state.

So, since I'm confused, maybe you could expland on what you think you are cleaning with that.

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I also have that directory in my Win7 but I don't see what it cleans over the default CCleaner.

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why time for update did a new ccleanrr drop & I missed it?

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I usually update it for the new release and once in between. I've just been quite busy recently. I'll update it today. :)

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Hello,

 

Here is some more removeable crap :

[*Migration Wizard logs]
LangSecRef=3025
DetectFile=%WinDir%\System32\migwiz\migwiz.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\MigWiz|*.*|REMOVESELF

[*Avidemux 2.5 log]
LangSecRef=3023
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Avidemux 2.5\avidemux2.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%AppData%\avidemux|admlog.txt

[*Adobe Updater logs]
LangSecRef=3022
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Adobe\Updater6\Adobe_Updater.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%AppData%\Adobe\LogTransport2\Logs|ulog_*.tmp

[*Norton Utilities 15 reports]
LangSecRef=3024
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Norton Utilities 15\nu.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%AppData%\Norton Utilities\log|pgscan_*.html

 

It doesn't really matters, but... Is there a way to get rid of those version numbers in the pathes above ?

(disk or registry pathes, same problem)

 

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have you tested the above entries? On which OS(es)?

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Unfortunately entries have to remain version specific, unless CCleaner eventually supports wildcard folders. :)

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[secunia PSI*]

: csg : correected DetectFile line below and commented it out, added Detect= line ..., correected FileKeys...

LangSecRef=3021

: DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Secunia\PSI\psi.exe

Detect=HKCU\Software\Secunia\PSI

Default=False

FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\Secunia\PSI|sualog.txt

FileKey2=%ProgramFiles%\Secunia\PSI|psialog.txt

FileKey3=%ProgramFiles%\Secunia\PSI|psialog.txt2

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have you tested the above entries? On which OS(es)?

 

Yes, Win7 x64 HP SP1 with CCleaner x64 3.07.

It doesn't mean I advise to blindly delete those logs/reports.

 

Unfortunately entries have to remain version specific, unless CCleaner eventually supports wildcard folders. :)

 

Wildcards ? Ummh... no, thanks.

 

Here is another one for Seagate GoFlex drives owners :

[*Seagate Dashboard logs]
LangSecRef=3024
Detect=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Seagate\Seagate Dashboard\CurrentVersion
Default=False
FileKey1=%AppData%\Seagate\Seagate Dashboard\logs|MemeoLauncher.exe.log
FileKey2=%AppData%\Seagate\Seagate Dashboard\logs|MemeoLauncher.exe.log-*.log
FileKey3=%AppData%\Seagate\Seagate Dashboard\logs|MemeoUpdater.exe.log
FileKey4=%AppData%\Seagate\Seagate Dashboard\logs|MemeoUpdater.exe.log-*.log
FileKey5=%AppData%\Seagate\Seagate Dashboard\logs|SeagateDashboard-*.log
FileKey6=%windir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Roaming\Seagate\Seagate Dashboard\logs|SeagateDashboardService
FileKey7=%windir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Roaming\Seagate\Seagate Dashboard\logs|SeagateDashboardService-*.log
FileKey8=%windir%\SysWOW64\config\systemprofile\AppData\Roaming\Seagate\Seagate Dashboard\logs|SeagateDashboardService
FileKey9=%windir%\SysWOW64\config\systemprofile\AppData\Roaming\Seagate\Seagate Dashboard\logs|SeagateDashboardService-*.log

 

Are those duplicated entries at the bottom the good way to make the entry 32bit- and 64bit-compatible ?

The strange thing is that the Detect= line correctly checks HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Seagate\..., but this doesn't automagically works with FileKeyX= lines.

 

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As stated earlier, jv16 PowerTools 2011 needs to be changed to the code below:

 

[jv16 PowerTools 2011*]
LangSecRef=3024
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2011\jv16PT.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%UserProfile%|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey2=%UserProfile%|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak
FileKey3=%UserProfile%|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey4=%UserProfile%|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey5=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows|UsrClass.dat.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey6=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows|UsrClass.dat.jv16pt_bak
FileKey7=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows|UsrClass.dat.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey8=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows|UsrClass.dat.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey9=%windir%\system32\config|Default.jv16pt_bak
FileKey10=%windir%\system32\config|Default.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey11=%windir%\system32\config|Default.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey12=%windir%\system32\config|Default.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey13=%windir%\system32\config|software.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey14=%windir%\system32\config|software.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey15=%windir%\system32\config|software.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey16=%windir%\system32\config|software.jv16pt_bak
FileKey17=%windir%\system32\config|system.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey18=%windir%\system32\config|system.jv16pt_bak
FileKey19=%windir%\system32\config|system.jv16pt_bak.LOG1     
FileKey20=%windir%\system32\config|system.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey21=%windir%\System32\config|SAM.jv16pt_bak
FileKey22=%windir%\System32\config|SAM.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey23=%windir%\System32\config|SAM.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey24=%windir%\System32\config|SAM.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey25=%windir%\System32\config|COMPONENTS.jv16pt_bak
FileKey26=%windir%\System32\config|COMPONENTS.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey27=%windir%\System32\config|COMPONENTS.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey28=%windir%\System32\config|COMPONENTS.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey29=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak
FileKey30=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey31=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey32=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG2
FileKey33=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\LocalService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak
FileKey34=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\LocalService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak2
FileKey35=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\LocalService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG1
FileKey36=%windir%\ServiceProfiles\LocalService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt_bak.LOG2

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