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Anyone having problems running SuperPi in Vista x64?

I can run the 16k test, but anything larger and I get the "superpi has stoped working" dialog box.

I do not believe that it is my OC as it is prime95 stable and not to menton superpi worked on the same OC'ed hardware in XP before I installed Vista x64.
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Originally Posted by cinajohn View Post
Anyone having problems running SuperPi in Vista x64?

I can run the 16k test, but anything larger and I get the "superpi has stoped working" dialog box.

I do not believe that it is my OC as it is prime95 stable and not to menton superpi worked on the same OC'ed hardware in XP before I installed Vista x64.
Works here.
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Anyone having problems running SuperPi in Vista x64?

I can run the 16k test, but anything larger and I get the "superpi has stoped working" dialog box.

I do not believe that it is my OC as it is prime95 stable and not to menton superpi worked on the same OC'ed hardware in XP before I installed Vista x64.
Tried running as administrator?
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I have tried as administrator and no luck. I even cleared cmos and tried on stock and still no luck.

I am getting frustrated as i have just added .15 Mhz to CPU and 30 Mhz to system clock and I cant even quantify the results in superpi (the overclockers masterbation)
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post #5 of 9
Not that it resolves your issue, but if you're serious about benchies, then use XP. Dual boot or put XP on another drive.
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post #6 of 9
no problems with Super Pi here in Vista X64 ultimate
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post #7 of 9
30mhz to system clock, so you mean the pic-e frequency, cause if it is that bring it down to stock!! or youll fry your videocard.
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edit WRONG THREAD -.- sorry
Edited by lokster - 8/19/09 at 11:29am
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post #9 of 9
this happens to me too.

but it is solve by moving superpi to another folder or place.

idk if it will work for u or not.
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