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Your screenshot shows an overview.

If you click  CPU or Motherboard in the list on the left it will show you more details.

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yes on cpu i see that Virtualization    Supported, Disabled but i Enabled today from bios and there is no difference

 

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Maybe the motherboard doesn't report that data to WMI?

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5 hours ago, nukecad said:

Your screenshot shows an overview.

If you click  CPU or Motherboard in the list on the left it will show you more details.

yes on cpu i see that Virtualization    Supported, Disabled but i Enabled today from bios and there is no difference

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if it's your firmware not talking to Microsoft's WMI service, you should see the same lack of data reporting if you use any sort of Speccy equivalent hardware investigating software.

if they work OK, then it is a Speccy issue.

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3 minutes ago, mta said:

if it's your firmware not talking to Microsoft's WMI service, you should see the same lack of data reporting if you use any sort of Speccy equivalent hardware investigating software.

if they work OK, then it is a Speccy issue.

they work OK before 10 hours and then something went wrong

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Just now, FAVO said:

they work OK before 10 hours and then something went wrong

huh?
so these other programs were showing the data you wanted, but now they don't?

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4 minutes ago, mta said:

huh?
so these other programs were showing the data you wanted, but now they don't?

yes thats right.
i can see everything about cpu, ram and motherboard and something went wrong before 10 or 12 hrs 
on cpu-z i can see everything too but i like speccy and i want to fix it

 

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click Start and type winver and the Best Match.
what is your full Windows 10 version?

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1 minute ago, mta said:

click Start and type winver and the Best Match.
what is your full Windows 10 version?

 

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you have .165
latest is .191
long shot granted but worth updating just to cross that off the list.
also, do a reboot, heck, again, just in case it helps.

have you tried reinstalling Speccy? (throwing ideas out there now)
these other programs, have you tried CrystalDiskInfo and HD Tune?

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I note that winver is showing you have Windows 10 "Enterprise" edition, is this a company computer?

Enterprise is used by medium/large organisations, and is (officially) only available through Microsoft's Volume Licencing programme.
It is typically used when a company supplies devices to a 'mobile' or 'remote' workforce.

Presumably this is a company computer, connected to a company network, managed by company IT/Admin?

If something has suddenly changed it may well be that the company IT/Admin have changed it.

I would suggest that you contact your IT department to ask if they have restricted access to something recently.

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Enterprise also has AppLocker, which allows administrators to restrict access to certain apps on any number of devices, essential for any company with a mobile workforce.

 

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good pickup nukecad.
I'm so ingrained into not reading those EULA-like paragraphs that I never knew winver even told you the operating system in that section.
something new learnt today - woohoo.

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