strange... i've been using this software for 4 months now, never happened before...
Only a few days ago i installed Valorant, and some people are claiming that their anti-cheat messes up with their computer software..
Also i noticed that it happened whilst having Ryzen Master and Msi Afterburner opened, do you think that those could possible interfere with each other?
another interesting thing i discovered just now:
-if i boot the computer and apply a profile in Ryzen Master before opening HWinfo the "Cpu Die (average)" won't show up, only the "Cpu (Tctl/Tdie)" appears
If HWiNFO is unable to read a valid "Cpu Die (average)" value since the beginning it won't be shown.
Other thing is that Vanguard is acting like a root-kit and it's blocking several tools. Some completely by refusing to load their driver if it's considered as vulnerable (allowing arbitrary memory reads).
In case of HWiNFO they seem to be blocking access to certain hardware-based memory-mapped resources, even though the HWiNFO driver is not vulnerable (its driver cannot be misused by cheating software to read arbitrary memory).
Vanguard gets installed as seperate program entry in Programs (Control Panel), even if you uninstall Valorant it will still be there. You need to seperatly uninstall it. Or run "C:\Program Files\Riot Vanguard\uninstall.exe" directly.