Please attach the HWiNFO Debug File of the BSOD so I can see the details.LeGyEs said:I got blue screen of death with "UNHANDLED_STORAGE_EXCEPTION" when i start hwinfo with sensors only option. With default start it waits for a minute and exits without a message. I have ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4.
The BSOD just stalled at dump creation by 0% I enabled debug mode in hwinfo, now it starts after a minute wait ( shows: detecting CPU #7, i have an 1600X with SMT enabled) and sensors are shown, but the hwinfo is very slow, and responds 3-4s late to every clicks. Without debug mode and with sensors only enabled my computer locks and gives BSOD after a minute without dump file.Martin said:Please attach the HWiNFO Debug File of the BSOD so I can see the details.LeGyEs said:I got blue screen of death with "UNHANDLED_STORAGE_EXCEPTION" when i start hwinfo with sensors only option. With default start it waits for a minute and exits without a message. I have ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4.
First time i ran Ryzen Master in the backround (without overclock, just for temperature monitoring), and the StoreMi has an info tool in the tray too. In full mode the hwinfo stops every 3-4s for 1-2s ( "Nem válaszol" means not responding) and all cores maxed out at 3.7GHz turbo for that 2s. I started a gif screen recorder, but can't record the start, because after a half minute - when hwinfo in frozen state - exits. No other local storage I/O are working, until hwinfo starts.Martin said:Are you perhaps running some other monitoring tool with HWiNFO ?
Try to enable the "Profiling Time" column in sensor settings and see which of the sensors is taking most time (some might be over 1000 ms). Let me know the results.
The decreasing polling time doesn't change anything. I can't deactivate the StoreMi, because i have to remove the tiered storage to do that and this procedure needs a backup first. Before the StoreMi i had no issues with hwinfo, because i checked AMD's XFR with it in the background.Martin said:Well, it looks like something is blocking HWiNFO and that's the reason for those large delays.
Can you try to deactivate StoreMi somehow and see if that will change something?
It would be also interesting to know the "Profiling Time" in sensors as suggested above.
One more thing (attached image). My "c:" drive is a Crucial MX300 525GB, my "d:" drive is the StoreMi tier. This happens, when i start hwinfo and waits at start: http://vps.computech.hu/d/hwinfo_io.gifMartin said:One more idea.. Try to deactivate the "Periodic polling" option in main Settings - Safety - "CPU Clock Measurement".
Let me know if that changed something.