HWINFO64 locking up on flushing buffers

Chetyre

New Member
Hello,

When I try to start the program it just hangs there after flushing buffers. I can't even terminate the process. This is the entirety of the debug file:

Code:
 ==================== HWiNFO64 Build 1970 ===================

OS: Win7


CPU Count=6
CPU Count2=6
Group Count: Max=1, Act=1
SysLogProcInfo: MaxGroup=1, ActGroup=1
Group[0]: MaxCPU=6, ActCPU=6, Mask=000000000000003F
---------------------------------------
CPU[00]: Group=0, Num=0, Mask=0000000000000001
CPU[01]: Group=0, Num=1, Mask=0000000000000002
CPU[02]: Group=0, Num=2, Mask=0000000000000004
CPU[03]: Group=0, Num=3, Mask=0000000000000008
CPU[04]: Group=0, Num=4, Mask=0000000000000010
CPU[05]: Group=0, Num=5, Mask=0000000000000020


- Flushing buffers...
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
Are you sure that it lockus up, how long have you tried to wait? Under certain conditions (i.e. when launching from an SSD drive and/or there is another application with intensive disk operations running) it might take quite long to flush all buffers.
 

PhotM

Well-Known Member
Hi Martin,

Your right! Though the Start Up process, I have seen HWiNFO64 take up to 10 minutes to start, on occasion it is almost immediate. When I manually start it, it is usually fairly fast. I just go on doing other things and let it take care of itself.

However, if on occasion my cursor is clicked on the small status bar, (in W 8.0 and W 8.1 the cursor disappears) the non-responsive system, the why mine is set(force closer) will ask if I want to close or wait. I just click wait.

Hope this helps a little? :D

Crysta
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
I'll add an option to let the user disable "Flushing buffers". This is just a precaution feature in case HWiNFO might crash the system, so no data will be lost.

EDIT: Done ;) Will be available in the next build released.
 
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