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This is information is currently not in the CCleaner troubleshooting Documentation Section

 

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Running CCleaner in debug mode

If you need to generate a log of CCleaner's environment and activities for troubleshooting purposes, you can run the software in debug mode.

To run CCleaner in debug mode:

1.From the Windows desktop, click Start and then click Run.

2.In the Run dialog box, type" <path to CCleaner>" /debug. Typically, this will be:

"C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe" /debug (Quote Marks Are Important)

3.Click OK. CCleaner starts in debug mode. You will see the word [debug] next to the version number at the top of the CCleaner window.

4.Once you have finished using CCleaner and have quit the program (or after your crash has been recreated), use Windows Explorer to navigate to the installation path (the same path you typed in Step 2). The log file will be in this folder in the format CCleaner_log[date].txt.

 

 

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Running CCleaner in debug mode

If you need to generate a log of CCleaner's environment and activities for troubleshooting purposes, you can run the software in debug mode.

To run CCleaner in debug mode:

1.From the Windows desktop, click Start and then click Run.

2.In the Run dialog box, type "<path to CCleaner>" /debug. Typically, this will be:

"C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner64.exe" /debug (Quote Marks Are Important)

3.Click OK. CCleaner starts in debug mode. You will see the word [debug] next to the version number at the top of the CCleaner window.

4.Once you have finished using CCleaner and have quit the program (or after your crash has been recreated), use Windows Explorer to navigate to the installation path (the same path you typed in Step 2). The log file will be in this folder in the format CCleaner_log[date].txt.

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