Appcrash after runing cccleaner

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  1. kamuzu

    kamuzu Well-Known Member

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    hi.
    windows 8 pro x64.
    i have used the lastest cccleaner registry cleaner trying to solve a problem i had accessing a certain folder via explorer, i did a backup of the registry.
    now when i use a certain app(automatic subtitles downloader - a zip archive, no installation) that uses .NET framework, it does not start and i get the following info:
    Steps I tried:
    i tried to reinstall .NET frameworks, but the installer says its built into windows 8.
    i tried to restore the reg backup from cccleaner, and restart, no help.
    i tried netfxrepairtool.no help.
    i have tried renaming "clr.dll" to "clr1.dll, just to see if i can then install it again or fix it, didnt help, but when i try to launch the program, i get a message i need to install frameworks 4, when i open the link and download "dotNetFx40_Full_setup", i have two options:repair, remove.both of them give me the same "i do no have to install, its part of windows 8"
    i have tried "add remove windows features" uncheck .NET 3.5 and 4, restart, and reinstall them again from Features.didnt work.


    i am clueless.
    is there anyway to fix without "refreshing" windows?
     
  2. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    Try running the system file checker. It might repair what's been damaged or removed.. Open an admin command prompt and type:
    sfc /scannow
    Press enter and await results..
     
  3. kamuzu

    kamuzu Well-Known Member

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    Found corrupt files but unable to fix some of them.
    Still not working.
     
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    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    If that's the case then your easiest avenue is either a refresh or a custom install. Personally I'd back up what you can and go for a custom or clean install.
    If you really don't want to refresh/re-install then you could try system restore and go back to a point before the corruption but if that doesn't work out then your options are limited.
     
  5. kamuzu

    kamuzu Well-Known Member

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    I did a clean install, it will take month to bring back windows to the way i used it till now.
    i hate CCCLEANER! :(
     
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    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    Ccleaner is fine as long as it's updated. As a rule don't use the registry cleaner, in fact don't use any reg cleaner with windows, it just doesn't need it.
     
  7. AceInfinity

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    It appears to be an access violation from the common language runtime. You changed the permissions around someplace you probably shouldn't have. What folder were you trying to access. If you couldn't access it with explorer, there was probably a good reason...

    ~Ace
     
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