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I've been having some MSIE6/0E5-related problems on my PC (Windows ME) lately, so I thought I'd run CClean to clear up any residual mess.

It churned for what seemed forever, then abruptly stopped, with an error message saying that CClean had caused an error, and would now close.

Should I give it a second chance, reinstall it, or delete it altogether? (I also use NAV and AVG, and have the Earthlink spam and spyware blockers running in the background: do these programs not play well together?)

I used to be computer literate, but just when I thought I had all the answers, they seem to have changed the questions. Any help you can offer will therefore be much appreciated!

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Dear All Thumbs,

You can try running it again, but I will recommend turning off absolutely everything that does not manditory. Usually when running defragmentation, or cleanups, it is best to have everything out of the way as to not cause resourse and system clashes.

If it doesn't help, then let us know what the problem is with your MSIE6/0E5, and we'll try to help you out.


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and I find End-It-All is a great small program to stop all
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(NT) (NT) End-It-All kept killing Explorer too, but mabe was just
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Make sure NAV and AVG

are never both running at the same time.

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