Windows 7 and CC cleaner FIX

#1
Hi everybody

1.click start type run hit enter
2.type regedit hit enter
3.expand this key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E}\Shell
4.right click on Shell folder and change the permissions for Administrators to FULL CONTROL
5.install CC cleaner





Advanced users only!!!
 


#2
didnt realise it was broken, worked fine first time on my system.
 


#3
didnt realise it was broken, worked fine first time on my system.
This is FIX for right click on recycle bin
 


anykey

Honorable Member
#4
Sorry to say this confuses me.
Why do I want to r/click on recycle bin if I wish to run Ccleaner :confused:
 


#5
You r free to ignore this thread if you doesnt need that option ;)
 


davehc

Essential Member
Premium Supporter
#6
Igor. He justs wants an explanation.
I think this may be what he means?

If you selected the option, during Ccleaner install, the option to run from recycle bin right click wont stick.

The OP's suggestion is a little abbreviated, this is what the Ccleaner people say (They also say that they do not normally update Ccleaner for Beta puposes - You are warned!)
Open Regeditand drill down to [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E}\Shell\]. Right-click the Shell 'folder' and click Permissions.
Change the permissions for Administrators to FULL CONTROL. Install CCleaner*, then go back into the registry and reset the permissions on this same key back to READ.

*If CC is already installed, change the Options to add Open and/or Run to the Recycle Bin menu.

If you find, as I did, that IE Temporary Internet files are not being cleaned, add C:\Users\*UserName*\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files to CC's Custom Files and Folders. Options > Include > Add Folder.
 


#7
Igor. He justs wants an explanation.
I think this may be what he means?

If you selected the option, during Ccleaner install, the option to run from recycle bin right click wont stick.

The OP's suggestion is a little abbreviated, this is what the Ccleaner people say (They also say that they do not normally update Ccleaner for Beta puposes - You are warned!)
Open Regeditand drill down to [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E}\Shell\]. Right-click the Shell 'folder' and click Permissions.
Change the permissions for Administrators to FULL CONTROL. Install CCleaner*, then go back into the registry and reset the permissions on this same key back to READ.

*If CC is already installed, change the Options to add Open and/or Run to the Recycle Bin menu.

If you find, as I did, that IE Temporary Internet files are not being cleaned, add C:\Users\*UserName*\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files to CC's Custom Files and Folders. Options > Include > Add Folder.
Thanks davehc for help and a guide
 


anykey

Honorable Member
#8
If you selected the option, during Ccleaner install, the option to run from recycle bin right click wont stick.
I never selected that option at install.

Thanks to all for the info.
Thanks to Igor.ns for starting the thread :)
You learn something every day.
 


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