TomWoB said:Hi integral,
looks like a library or operating system mismatch. Some questions to check:
- are the two files of the GenericLogViewer really in same folder ?
- which version of .NET is installed ?
- must be at least .NET 4.6.1
- which version of operating system ?
- Windows 10, 7, XP
- 32 or 64-bit
- do you have other .NET libraries, e.g. DevExpress, installed ?
PS C:\Windows\system32> (Get-ItemProperty "HKLM:SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full").Release 461814
Tom did do an absolutely stunning job of this release!Now you are just showing off )
You don't really need to compare more than three files in order to do that. In fact, you will only have the one file unless you somehow used two different programs to log. The differences between the cores shouldn't be too high, so in my opinion it's worth monitoring only the highest CPU temp overall (on AMD you don't even have per-core temps). The clocks are the same on my CPU so I don't monitor those as well.Just discovered this utility, it looks great! Is there any way to have more than three input sources for a chart? I would like to graph frequency and temp across eight cores.
You should find this addition great in your use-case! Perfectly completes my earlier suggestion for opening two different GenericLogViewer windows and comparing all 16 coresI would like to graph frequency and temp across eight cores..