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Windows 7: ccleaner and all downloads stuck 99% ??

23 Feb 2009   #1
stevecuns

windows 7 Ultimate 7600 32bit
 
 
ccleaner and all downloads stuck 99% ??

Hi,

Everything was going ok, I have Windows 7 Beta build 7022 32Bit. Then I installed ccleaner and performed both ccleaner and registery. Now what ever I try to download with IE gets stuck at 99%. Does anybody know if ccleaner caused this problem and can I fix it.

This is my only problem so far, I have windows live installed no problem, and my system runs ok even though I have only 512mb ram and an old Hyrican laptop.

Many thanks in advance

Steve.......


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23 Feb 2009   #2
Airbot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Hi Steve and welcome,

I have heard of ccleaner deleting some important files that shouldn't be included in the deletion list in windows 7. Best to check to make sure something included isn't important before running cleaner programs.
Why don't you try a System Restore
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23 Feb 2009   #3
stevecuns

windows 7 Ultimate 7600 32bit
 
 

Thank you for quick reply.

I have just used system restore and restored to before ccleaner was installed. I tried a download and it worked without problem. I then used system restore again to undo the system restore i had just done and tried the same download again, it stuck at 99%.

Its getting late now so tommorow I will use system resore again to restore before the ccleaner and then reinstall the extra drivers for my system that were deleted with the system restore. Then i will create a new system restore so that i can go back to this if needed.

Its a bit confusing but will keep you posted if i come up with a fix.

If anybody knows of another free cleaner/registry cleaner program that works with the windows 7 beta I would appreciate knowing.

Once again thanks for the help....

Also I have been using xp prof for a long time and was a bit reluctant to move on to a newer version of windows but i must say this windows 7 is quiet impressive. As i said I dont have a new powerful laptop with lots of memory or a good enough graphiks card to run the Aero stuff but so far I havent noticed my system being any slower than when I had xp installed.

Regards

Steve.....
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23 Feb 2009   #4
Airbot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

You're welcome Steve,

Well, it's probably because ccleaner included something that is important and you deleted it. What that is, I don't know. Usually, CCleaner is one of the better, safer cleaner programs but it isn't fully supported in Windows 7 yet, as a lot of programs aren't yet. It would be a good idea to make sure you have a restore point before running a cleaner program, and you could also have the program itself make a restore point before you go ahead and "clean" anything. And like I said, it's best to cross reference anything it's going to delete to make sure it doesn't really belong there.
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23 Feb 2009   #5
jfar

Vista Ult64, Win7600
 
 

Hi, I have being using Auslogics Boostspeed since I installed 7, and it has given me no problems yet, it's free for 15 days, if you want to give it a go.
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23 Feb 2009   #6
Jacee
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1
 
 

If you messed with the registry (which I don't suggest) using CCleaner, did you confirm a backup? If you did, look in your Documents to see if there is anything related too CC_ ###.reg <---numbers signifying date of backup. You can double click on that reg file and merge it back in the registry.
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24 Feb 2009   #7
Mercurial

Windows 7 32bit RTM
 
 

Oh that happens to me too, its anti virus + internet explorer issue I just turned off windows defender and leave my eset do the work then I used flashget download manager 2.0 ( internet explorer integrated ) to download files and it works like a charm :P

good luck!

Mercurial~
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24 Feb 2009   #8
davehc
Microsoft MVP

Vista and now 7 in 32 and 64 bit.
 
 

I use Ccleaner on a regular basis, but have not experienced that problem. I have Defender turned off - perhaps that could be influencing it?
I have experimented with most of the Anti virus progams in 7, and I did find Nod32 produced that effect, but it was mainly a tangle of conflicting messages at the end. (But that is just me and NOd. I find it too complicated to set up). The files were, in fact, downloaded.
If the file has been downloaded 99%, it is complete. The remaining 1% is used in copying from the temp download to your specified path. Perhaps the downloads are indeed on your computer, or there is a problem with the specified download location?
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24 Feb 2009   #9
Mercurial

Windows 7 32bit RTM
 
 

Its a scan lag, everytime IE downloads something and copies it to the directory it seems the anti virus is having problems scanning it ( specially .exe files ). and causing it to get stuck at 99% thats just based on my observation and experience :P!
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24 Feb 2009   #10
stevecuns

windows 7 Ultimate 7600 32bit
 
 

Hi all,

I have more information regarding my problem with downloads hanging at 99%

It isnt ccleaner after all that is causing my problem! I have spent a while today trying different things and have found that it is actually "Hide my IP 2008" that is causing me the problem. As soon as I install hidemyip and try a download, anything from download.com for example it stops at 99%. This is even when hidemyip is not running. I uninstall hidemyip and try the download again and all is ok. I have also tested with ccleaner and can still download no problem.

I would like to continue using hidemyip so i am now going to try using a download manager program to download files from within IE. Anybody know of a good one to use or does anyone know of a work around for hidemyip?

Regards

Steve.....
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