prompt line switches to wmic:root\cli when i enter it. I can run applications like Ryzen Master still without error. I also cannot run 7.17-4660 or any other install or beta version now, the they all terminate at the same point since the installation.Seems to be some problem with WMI in system and it might not be related to the new HWiNFO version.
No problem with other applications/tools? Can you run "wmic" from command line?
I had updated my board bios, 4201 on Crosshair VIII Formula. Windows did some culmative updates and .net updates beforehand too. After Updating my bios and fixing settings I wanted to check for Whea errors, which worked fine until I installed the new version. 7.17.4460 ran and opened after 2 resets just fine, then I went ahead and downloaded and installed the latest version, and it just stops loading.Have you upgraded Windows or installed something else when the issue started?
Ive been trying that with no dice, and also uninstalled the windows update that installed on that day and no dice. Tried reinstalling Hwinfo after, also onto a different drive, and same deal.I think it might be caused by some of the Windows updates you performed. Try to reboot the system.
Attaching a DBG file for crash and for success using the language change method.This is really weird and I'm scratching my head why this is happening.
I have added some more debug data that could tell me more, so please try to run this build and attach a new Debug File of the crash: www.hwinfo.com/beta/hwi64_725_4792.zip
I seem to be having a similar issue. HWinfo64 will not launch. I have tried uninstalling, reinstalling, restarting etc. The build that you attached worked for me, but the normal build does not. It was working perfectly fine last night, and upon starting my computer today it did not launch with windows and will not launch.
This problem seems to be due to the Xbox controller. Try to disconnect it.Here is the debug file from the build that you sent, I cant get the normal build to a point where I can even get it into debug mode. Is this good enough?
Yep that fixed it... weird. I feel like Ive had it plugged in before and it has worked. Thanks for the help!This problem seems to be due to the Xbox controller. Try to disconnect it.
Yep that fixed it... weird. I feel like Ive had it plugged in before and it has worked. Thanks for the help!
I checked and have no compatibility options set with Hwinfo. Don't believe I've ever have. I've no doubt its not the programs fault. I'm betting reinstalling windows will probably fix it. or maybe this is Microsoft's attempt to get me to upgrade to 11, make my normally working programs stop working right. Just weird changing language makes it work.Thanks. This is very weird, it crashes during a call to initialize COM interface and I really don't understand why it does so and why after changing language it suddenly works. That call is an ordinary system routine that should not be crashing. Are you perhaps running HWiNFO with some Compatibility Mode?