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  1. Posts : 53,687
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #481

    Thanks Aaron :)

    A Guy
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  2. Posts : 3
    Windows 7 64 bit
       #482

    CCleaner screws up Sky Go as it appears to unregister devices when run so you can't use them to watch live Sky TV (and have to wait until the next calendar month to rectify matters!) I've just uninstalled CCleaner and will avoid it in future.
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  3. Posts : 5,405
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
       #483

    EmmCee said:
    CCleaner screws up Sky Go as it appears to unregister devices when run so you can't use them to watch live Sky TV (and have to wait until the next calendar month to rectify matters!) I've just uninstalled CCleaner and will avoid it in future.
    I m curious how CCleaner can conflict with Watching TV online
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  4. Posts : 3
    Windows 7 64 bit
       #484

    Here's the explanation, panais. Sky Go in the UK allows Sky TV subscribers to watch live TV on just two devices at a time (e.g. two laptops, a laptop and a smartphone, a PC and an iPad.) Changes to the devices you can use are limited to one per calendar month. So, if you register a laptop and a smartphone in January, then decide you'd rather use an iPad and a PC, you can make one change to deregister the laptop and register the iPad in January and then have to wait until February until you can deregister the smartphone and register the PC. What CCleaner appears to do when you run it is automatically change the settings for your registered devices. So, in my case I ran CCleaner earlier this month and in doing so, Sky counted that as my one allowed "change" for the month. I now have to wait until February until I can re-register my laptop. Frustrating.

    Anyway, the bottom line is remove CCleaner and avoid it like the plague. That's my policy going forward.
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  5. Posts : 53,687
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #485

    EmmCee said:
    Here's the explanation, panais. Sky Go in the UK allows Sky TV subscribers to watch live TV on just two devices at a time (e.g. two laptops, a laptop and a smartphone, a PC and an iPad.) Changes to the devices you can use are limited to one per calendar month. So, if you register a laptop and a smartphone in January, then decide you'd rather use an iPad and a PC, you can make one change to deregister the laptop and register the iPad in January and then have to wait until February until you can deregister the smartphone and register the PC. What CCleaner appears to do when you run it is automatically change the settings for your registered devices. So, in my case I ran CCleaner earlier this month and in doing so, Sky counted that as my one allowed "change" for the month. I now have to wait until February until I can re-register my laptop. Frustrating.

    Anyway, the bottom line is remove CCleaner and avoid it like the plague. That's my policy going forward.
    I think it's likely that Sky Go is putting some kind of temporary token on your system that is in a location that CCleaner cleans. CCleaner would not change settings. If this is the case, manually clearing temp files would have the same effect. A Guy
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  6. Posts : 1,251
    Windows 7 x64 Home Premium
       #486

    EmmCee said:
    So, in my case I ran CCleaner earlier this month and in doing so, Sky counted that as my one allowed "change" for the month. I now have to wait until February until I can re-register my laptop. Frustrating.


    EmmCee- Have you tried entering the Sky file(s) on CCleaner's permanent exemption list? I have some font configuration files which my Image Management software requires in order to function and CCleaner used to remove them every time I ran the program until I took the time to put the files on CCleaner's permanent exemption list and ever since then the files have remained in their location and have never been deleted.

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  7. Posts : 1,113
    windows 7 professional & ultimate 64bit laptops
       #487

    A Guy said:
    EmmCee said:
    Here's the explanation, panais. Sky Go in the UK allows Sky TV subscribers to watch live TV on just two devices at a time (e.g. two laptops, a laptop and a smartphone, a PC and an iPad.) Changes to the devices you can use are limited to one per calendar month. So, if you register a laptop and a smartphone in January, then decide you'd rather use an iPad and a PC, you can make one change to deregister the laptop and register the iPad in January and then have to wait until February until you can deregister the smartphone and register the PC. What CCleaner appears to do when you run it is automatically change the settings for your registered devices. So, in my case I ran CCleaner earlier this month and in doing so, Sky counted that as my one allowed "change" for the month. I now have to wait until February until I can re-register my laptop. Frustrating.

    Anyway, the bottom line is remove CCleaner and avoid it like the plague. That's my policy going forward.
    I think it's likely that Sky Go is putting some kind of temporary token on your system that is in a location that CCleaner cleans. CCleaner would not change settings. If this is the case, manually clearing temp files would have the same effect. A Guy
    Maxxwire said:
    EmmCee said:
    So, in my case I ran CCleaner earlier this month and in doing so, Sky counted that as my one allowed "change" for the month. I now have to wait until February until I can re-register my laptop. Frustrating.


    EmmCee- Have you tried entering the Sky file(s) on CCleaner's permanent exemption list? I have some font configuration files which my Image Management software requires in order to function and CCleaner used to remove them every time I ran the program until I took the time to put the files on CCleaner's permanent exemption list and ever since then the files have remained in their location and have never been deleted.



    very good !!!!!!!!!!
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  8. Posts : 116
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 / Ubuntu 12.04.3 x64
       #488

    Thanks for the program CCEnhancer. Thanks Brink!!
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  9. Posts : 1,251
    Windows 7 x64 Home Premium
       #489



    So far CCleaner Enhancer has added 63 programs to CCleaner's cleaning roster on my Win 7 x64 computer which are noted by the *'s a sample of which are shown in the screenshot above.

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  10. Posts : 21,007
    Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG 10 Pro 2 laptop Toshiba 7 Pro Asus P2520 7 & 10
       #490

    Taking into account the only dumb question - how do I know which to tick out of the cast of thousands well a few?
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