Pugsy wrote:Vista if I remember right and an HP computer.
Have you ever used a program called CCleaner? It is free and does a decent job without removing stuff it shouldn't. With all your installs and uninstalls and various other problems, I wonder if a good cleaning would help?
It also has a separate registry cleaning tool which will clean out the registry as a separate procedure.
I have use this product for years without it ever causing a problem.
It will "clean" out the cookies section also and you might have to log back in to sites with a stored log in cookie like here at the forum. To not have this happen you would need to either tell the program to ignore specific site cookies or simply not remove any cookies.
I have never had this program remove something that it shouldn't. The cookie thing might be an annoyance but easily worked around if you want to tell CCleaner to leave certain cookies alone.
I have no idea if using this program will help you with your runtime error. I got a million questions. Are you tired of me, yet?
If you do install SleepyHead again...make sure you install it under the "run as administrator" command. To get that command when you are ready to double click the downloaded files instead of doing the double click to start the install...right click mouse and choose "run as administrator" command line.
Can you install it, again, without un-installing the one I have now?
|Machine: AirSense™ 10 AutoSet™ CPAP Machine with HumidAir™ Heated Humidifier|
|Mask: Quattro™ Air Full Face Mask with Headgear|
|Humidifier: PR System One 50 Series Heated Humidifier|
|Additional Comments: Sleepyhead|