I managed to create the run key, I was doing something wrong. Now everything is back to normal again.
You were right. I did have a couple of other problems as well: my wireless USB adapter, Tp link, did not show its icon on the task bar and my email client, Outlook Express, could not...
Thanks, Martin, but I'm not familiar with creation of registry keys. To create a key I have to right click another key and select: New>Key. Which is going to be 'CurrentVersion' or 'Run once'?
Do I have to set a value for the new key? Please advise.
I Don't think so. Using MBAM or Karspersky TDSS Killer with no real time protection could not cause such a malfunction. I have been using both utilities along with HWiNFO for a long time. As I said in my first post, it came along with system restore. Most probably it's not a HWiNFO's bug but...
Nothing. I have to start HWiNFO manually by double clicking HWiNFO32.exe. The items I've added to the tray show up and when I right click the HWiNFO icon in the tray and select 'settings' I see that 'Auto Start' is not enabled. I tick the check box next to it and then hit OK, but when I reopen...
Following a system restore I noticed that the auto start feature does not remain ticked. I even uninstalled and reinstalled HWiNFO, but the problem is still there: no items are shown in the tray unless I start HWiNFO manually. Could you explain why is this happening?
I've recently installed HWiNFO/32; it's an excellent tool. Just after installing I ran into to issues:
A. My MB has three fan connections:
1. CPU fan
2. Chassis fan
3. F fan (It's a fan placed directly on the MB).
The Bios monitor items 1 and 2. HWiNFO/32 and...