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Solved Becnmark don't read saved result for compare on HWiNFO32 v4.11.1842
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OS Win7 SP1 x86. If run benchmark then after finished bench cycle HWiNFO32 can't compare current result and saved result's not work - HWiNFO.INI. The me can see only current results. This bug found only on version 4.11.1842 Beta and don't exists on any old version include v4.11.1831 Beta.
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#2
I'm trying to reproduce this, but it works for me without issues.
Does your HWiNFO32.INI maybe have read-only attributes, or not properly set access rights ?
If you click save results, are the results saved to that file ?
Also could you please attach some screenshots which would make it more clear ?
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#3
Martin

Big thanks! This behavior is reproduced only if hwinfo32.exe running on console command start hwinfo32.exe issued from the command line Far Manager v3.0 - it sets the environment variable HOMEPATH in \ USERS \ <$ USERNAME> and this is enough to play this phenomenon. I forgot about this peculiarity. I apologize for the false alarm.

But she had a visual picture of the phenomenon is as follows.Confused A picture of the phenomenon itself visually looks like in the attached picture. And since I have it playing on a pair of cars I decided to consult with you. Once again I apologize for the trouble.Confused


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#4
OK, no problem. HWiNFO needs to know where it's installed, so it can locate the INI file and this confused it.
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#5
So I began to think after checking your idea of attributes - I look, and there are file attributes of NTFS is settings as only Archived, Compressed, Indexed other file attributes is cleared and full access ACL is. I think no, here it is, we must look at the environment variables - can the working directory is not there indicates. Looked through Process Hacker - and precisely, Far HOMEPATH its exposed.Smile
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#6
I use FAR too, but never noticed this behavior Smile
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