I try running Project Clean couple times and then Project Build another couple times, and the errors might or might no go.
I was advised to introduce Maven Update - Refresh (F5) steps, but I am not sure when to perform them (after what clean or install or build).
Dedicate one hour a week to tracking down four to six pieces of content (articles, videos, photos, quotes) on topics you want people to begin associating with your name.
I have to Exit ZA, do the cleaning, then reload the "zatray" file. Clear Cache/Temp Files Download TFC by Old Timer to your desktop This is the Windows 7 forum, is it not? The reliable app is Wise Care 365, and I've used it several years, every time I go offline. Wise has a registry cleaner that I only use occasionally.
Bonaventure Cemetery resumed its normal operating hours, from 10 am until 5 pm, Friday, December 15, 2016.
Most of the damaged trees from Hurricane Matthew in the historical section have been dealt with.
When it loads, it tells me there is no disk in the drive (Devices/Harddisk1/DR1). After the update, ZA blocks my effort to let it clean what it found. Is this possibly the result of some kind of interference? Have you used Any type of Quick Fix Registry Cleaner ?? I'd only use something that tells me why an entry was found and gives me a chance to check out each one.
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I've noticed no other ill-effects, BUT I'm wondering if ZA is still effective, and that it really DOES block internet access when I tell it to. But that isn't the problem, since it only cleans out registry entries that are useless for some reason. It does NOT evaluate registry entries, and I can click each one that is found to find the reason. C has been the industry standard for many years, as the alternative !
The reasons are always straightforward and understandable. I really didn't like the fact that this cleaner makes the changes, without letting me have any say in the matter. still gives you problems, Uninstall, and Reinstall the program with the directions left at their Forum. / Windows Vista and Win 7 both use similar operating systems, so advice can be interchanged.
There are still a few sites where barricades remain, so be careful when visiting.
We will let everyone know once Bonaventure Historical Society free guided tours begin again.