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Please run speccy in debug mode

and post the log file created to this thread as ab attachment

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soory every-one never posted on a forum before,I do not know how to set it up even,ovious? anyway please bear with me.Hi! to u all.I have used Speccy a lot,it is brilliant!I will not bore u all why but needed to run Speccy in debug mode.I typed in the run box,the path so Speccy would start in debug mode.Windows says they cannot find the file so check its entered correctly,I did four times but no joy.I really need the info that Speccy would find,any suggestions please. Saskia

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I think I understand the question

 

you need to put quotes around the program name

 

in the run box type this (exactly with the quotes)

 

"C:\program files\speccy\speccy.exe" /debug

 

If Speecy is not installed in C:\Program files\speccy you need to replace that part with the location on the install.

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I think I understand the question

 

you need to put quotes around the program name

 

in the run box type this (exactly with the quotes)

 

"C:\program files\speccy\speccy.exe" /debug

 

If Speecy is not installed in C:\Program files\speccy you need to replace that part with the location on the install.

 

still not working in XP, crashes immediately in debug mode, older version works fine

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please post the crash log as an attachment

 

does it crash before it even lets you check off options (in debug mode)

 

Note this has less to do with XP and more to do with your setup (many people can run speccy fine on XP) this does not dilute your issue, but we have to figure out why your's is crashing.

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If Speccy crashes before generating debugging information then you probably have a library dependency problem.

Use Dependency Walker to check speccy.exe and see if it finds anything usual.

 

Richard S.

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Have to add my voice to this bug; if I check none of the boxes in the popup brought on by the DEBUG parameter, then Speccy dies just as quickly. The attached log is from Speccy just being asked to analyse the CPU, at which point it freezes and has to be killed (at least, I lose patience with it after 5 minutes...). This is on XP XP3, and the log file contains this and only this:

 

[2011-02-25 20:57:17] [iNFO ] CPU SDK at: C:\DOCUME~1\CHRIS~1.MIN\LOCALS~1\Temp speccycpuid.dll

 

Chris M

 

Just to add; Dependency Walker threw an error thus:

 

MSJAVA.DLL

Warning: At least one delay-load dependency module was not found.

Warning: At least one module has an unresolved import due to a missing export function in a delay-load dependent module.

 

Looking around my system, I don't have that at all...

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Delay-load dependent modules are not critical for executables to run and can be disregarded.

There's an explanation about MSJAVA.DLL in the FAQ http://www.dependencywalker.com/faq.html

 

Do you have any anti-virus / anti-malware security software installed on your machine??

 

Richard S.

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