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  1. Posts : 15,186
    Vista x64 / 7 X64
       #31

    Hi,

    Thanks Shawn - if you remember, it was me who suggested that to you on the Vista Forums . Tho. you were reluctant at first as it is from Norton . LOL.

    Can't get it to install on 7 - think it looks for a program version number - doesn't install in compatibility mode either.

    There has to be a way of doing it in the registry - not sure what it is yet, though.

    SIW2
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  2. Posts : 70,224
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #32

    SIW2 said:
    Hi,

    Thanks Shawn - if you remember, it was me who suggested that to you on the Vista Forums . Tho. you were reluctant at first as it is from Norton . LOL.

    Can't get it to install on 7 - think it looks for a program version number - doesn't install in compatibility mode either.

    There has to be a way of doing it in the registry - not sure what it is yet, though.

    SIW2
    LOL, I forgot. Now that came back to bite me in the ***.

    I'm not sure where to look in the registry for this yet either.
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  3. Posts : 4
    Windows 7 Ultimate
       #33

    Love this program:)
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  4. Posts : 501
    Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
       #34

    Great program but no recycle bin links for me
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  5. Posts : 4,282
    Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
       #35

    hybridfan said:
    Great program but no recycle bin links for me
    That is just a problem with Windows 7 ATM, hopefully they will fix it soon, they were very handy.
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  6. Posts : 15,186
    Vista x64 / 7 X64
       #36

    Hi Mark,

    I don't think they will change that - but you can do it easily yourself.

    Navigate to this registry key:

    HKCR\CLSID\{645ff040-5081-101b-9f08-00aa002f954e}

    Just copy and paste the bracketed bit into Regedit menu Edit>Find

    Right click the key >Permissions>Advanced>Owner>click ( yourpcname)Administrators >Apply>Ok.

    You can make the entries manually (like I did), or if you are smart, after you have ownership of the Recycle bin, just open Ccleaner and tick the boxes.

    Latest CCleaner Version Released-ccleaner-1-2009-02-21_030059.jpg

    Latest CCleaner Version Released-ccleaner-2-2009-02-21_030035.jpg

    Latest CCleaner Version Released-ccleaner-3-2009-02-21_030820.jpg

    You first need to have rt clicked Ccleaner.exe in Program Files(x86) select Properties>Compatibility>tick Run as Admin, >Apply>OK.

    Latest CCleaner Version Released-ccleaner-5-2009-02-03_010547.jpg

    Hope it helps

    SIW2
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  7. Posts : 4,282
    Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
       #37

    SIW2 said:
    Hi Mark,

    I don't think they will change that - but you can do it easily yourself.

    Navigate to this registry key:

    HKCR\CLSID\{645ff040-5081-101b-9f08-00aa002f954e}

    Just copy and paste the bracketed bit into Regedit menu Edit>Find

    Right click the key >Permissions>Advanced>Owner>click ( yourpcname)Administrators >Apply>Ok.

    You can make the entries manually (like I did), or if you are smart, just open Ccleaner and tick the boxes.

    Latest CCleaner Version Released-ccleaner-1-2009-02-21_030059.jpg

    Latest CCleaner Version Released-ccleaner-2-2009-02-21_030035.jpg

    Latest CCleaner Version Released-ccleaner-3-2009-02-21_030820.jpg

    You first need to have rt clicked Ccleaner.exe in Program Files(x86) select Properties>Compatibility>tick Run as Admin, >Apply>OK.

    Latest CCleaner Version Released-ccleaner-5-2009-02-03_010547.jpg

    Hope it helps

    SIW2
    Thanks for help, you should make a tutorial on this, I'm sure there are allot of people that would appreciate it, by the way you can not just tick the boxes in CCleaner without taking ownership of the recycle bin first.
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  8. Posts : 15,186
    Vista x64 / 7 X64
       #38

    Hi Mark,

    Yes, that's what I meant- you can tick the boxes after you have taken ownership - I did it with the recycle bin CLSID in regedit, then made the new registry entries by hand - I could have just ticked the boxes instead of doing the entries manually, LOL.

    I like doing stuff in the registry.

    Edit : have edited previous post to make it clearer - thanks Mark.

    SIW2
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  9. Posts : 108
    7068 64 bit + XP Pro
       #39

    Ccleaner is one of the first things i install. It made a real mess of my Win7 installation and i had to do a reinstall
    I had run it just after uninstalling Nero7 . As you probably know, Nero leaves a truck load of crap behind after being uninstalled, and i had run Ccleaner Reg cleaner to get rid of what it could . With XP i would run JV16 Power Tools to get rid of the remainder .

    Damn it, i will set a new Restore Point and give it another try.

    Edit ,
    Ccleaner say their latest release is now compatible with 64 bit versions of XP and Vista .
    It recognizes my O.S as Win 7 and found 976mb of crap and 275 issues . Bewdy .
    Last edited by black dog; 20 Feb 2009 at 22:20.
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  10. Posts : 501
    Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
       #40

    I need to know how to add information in regedit as just ticking the boxes does not work for me
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