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What the heck is going on with my Windows install? (7 x64 Ult.) Every freaking week the install decides it needs to readjust the score. I made some policy changes maybe a few months ago but my main desktop keeps bugging me about this. Why is it running every week and how do I stop it?
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Maybe you or a program on your PC is deleting or corrupting the assessment files. They are located in Windows>Performance>WinSAT>DataStore
    
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Haven't installed or updated anything in months other than weekly Windows updates and I haven't used CCleaner in... probably 2 years?
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OK, never mind. Seems I went full retard a while back by changing clock settings which apparently trigger an automatic change in the OS requiring you to update each Sunday at 1 AM.

Edit: Apparently it's supposed to only run when the system is idle for X amount of time, even if it's past 1 AM. Seeing as it's MS, people have been complaining that it starts at random when they're actively using their systems. Shocking!
Edited by SwitchFX - 5/19/13 at 2:43am
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