When you are running CCleaner, you can get CCleaner.exe -corrupt file in the notification area error.
Here is the total text of the error
“ CCleaner .exe -Corrupt File
The file or directory \Documents and Settings\username \Local Setting\Temporary Internet File\Content.IE5\VITR 0FUB \audreyelson_ trail.flv is corrupt and unreadable. Please run the Chkdsk utility.”
Reason:You will get this due to corruption of files.
- Open My computer, and right click the operating system partition here it is C drive and right click on it and select ‘Tools’ and in ‘Error-checking’ tab, click Check Now and select ‘Automatically fix file system errors’, click ‘start’ to begin the error –checking.
- Since its the main booting partition, it requires reboot for exclusive scan of files, click ‘yes’ to schedule for the reboot and restart your computer .
- Chkdsk will run automatically giving the message it is recommended to continue and you can stop it by clicking a key, let it continue, chkdsk scans files in 3 stages in stage1: it scans files, in stage2: it scans indexing entries and in final stage 3: it scans security descriptors and fixes any errors are there.
- After chkdsk scan, your system will load Windows, now run CCleaner, you won’t get ccleaner .exe-corrupt file error again.
Bonus Tip: Use CCleaner daily to improve your system performance.