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Windows XP SP2, single core AMD Athlonxp 2800+, 1.5 Gb ram

 

Speccy completely freezes pc, unless I use debug mode and deselect SMART options, process device data, process OS data (all together).

 

 

Here are some errors (sometimes log is empty or stops at CPUIDSDK::Init) :

 

[2012-11-21 18:01:48] [ERROR] There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper. NewTreeOs.cpp(630)

[2012-11-21 18:01:48] [ERROR] Exception catched in file OS\NewTreeOs.cpp, function NewTreeOs::Fill, line 638

 

[2012-11-21 17:51:27] [ERROR] Exception catched in file Core\NewTreeRootWorker.cpp, function NewTreeRoot::Worker::FillNetwork, line 361

[2012-11-21 17:51:27] [ERROR] Exception catched in file Core\NewTreeRootWorker.cpp, function NewTreeRoot::Worker::FillOsData, line 237

[2012-11-21 17:51:28] [ERROR] Exception catched in file Core\NewTreeRootWorker.cpp, function NewTreeRoot::Worker::FillCpuSdkData, line 146

 

 

Can you help me?

Thanks

Speccy_log1_18_37921-11-2012_18-4.txt

Speccy_log1_18_37921-11-2012_17-28.txt

Speccy_log1_18_37921-11-2012_17-30.txt

Speccy_log1_18_37921-11-2012_17-35.txt

Speccy_log1_18_37921-11-2012_17-50.txt

Speccy_log1_18_37921-11-2012_18-0.txt

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Windows Management Instrumentation service is started and automatic.

Windows Management Instrumentation Driver Extensions service, however, is stopped and manual. Should I start it?

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Well, it's some time I would like to use SP3, but I'm quite scared about installing it on current system.

I'm, instead, creating a clean SP3 unattended setup with apps and patches. It will still take a lot, though.

Meanwhile, I'm not sure if trying Speccy on the virtual machine is a meaningful or possible test.

I'll let you know.

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why note just load it on current? also I believe elsewhere somebody mentioned that virtual machines don't have what it takes to run speccy no, I'm wrong it was hyper-v

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