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Solved cannot install the hwinfo driver
#1
Hey. So I don't know what changed from before I tried to update to after, but when I tried starting it i get this error. I've checked the antivirus settings, uninstalled malwarebytes (windows defender was disabled at the time) and tried running/reinstalling it but nothing changes. I can't get a report/debug file because it can't open. I don't think I have anything that can interfere with that and what I did have I uninstalled and tried again. I really need this program seeing as my laptop is at about 100 without it and the fans never seem to kick up above 500 ish
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#2
Please try the latest Beta version (5.83) if the problem persists.
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#3
ok will download it right now.

EDIT: It works!! Thank you Smile
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#4
One more issue though, the fans keep either slowing down or stopping, with or without the custom auto enabled
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#5
Sorry, but what do you mean exactly? And what system is that?
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#6
(05-23-2018, 07:54 AM)Martin Wrote: Sorry, but what do you mean exactly? And what system is that?

ok, so I set the fan speed to 4000, then eventually (it seems like only a 30 seconds) the fans spin down to what sounds like only a few hundred 500 to 600 and I have to click set manual again.
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#7
(05-23-2018, 07:54 AM)Martin Wrote: Sorry, but what do you mean exactly? And what system is that?

Here's the debug file, idk if it'll help


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.dbg   HWiNFO64.DBG (Size: 1.24 MB / Downloads: 1)
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#8
That's most probably because the firmware takes over and tries to enforce its desired speed.
You'll either need to configure a Custom Auto mode, or setup the Respin.
Check other threads here, it's been discussed a few times.
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#9
it happens even with auto, the other thing is I wasn't having this issue with older builds
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#10
Hopefully the respin fixes it
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