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01-18-2020 01:16 AM
Mumak
Quote: Originally Posted by cbjaust View Post
@Mumak using the latest beta 6.21-4050 and 6.21-4040 and the last stable 6.20 HWiNFO stops working after a few tens of seconds and when forcibly quit and restarted it hangs on detection of CPU 11 every time.
Hardware: Crosshair VI Hero BIOS 7704, Ryzen 5 3600X
Software: Windows 7 x64
I suspect this might be a BIOS issue, but please attach the HWiNFO Debug File for analysis.
01-17-2020 08:38 PM
cbjaust @Mumak using the latest beta 6.21-4050 and 6.21-4040 and the last stable 6.20 HWiNFO stops working after a few tens of seconds and when forcibly quit and restarted it hangs on detection of CPU 11 every time.
Hardware: Crosshair VI Hero BIOS 7704, Ryzen 5 3600X
Software: Windows 7 x64
12-25-2019 01:08 PM
cssorkinman
Quote: Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
Do you maybe have the ThermalTake software running? If yes, try to start HWiNFO before it launches.
You are amazing - That is exactly what the problem was .

Thank you very much!
12-25-2019 12:56 PM
Mumak Do you maybe have the ThermalTake software running? If yes, try to start HWiNFO before it launches.
12-25-2019 10:50 AM
cssorkinman Hello,

I sure appreciate having hwinfo- great tool for this hobby.

Running windows 10 64 bit on a new build for my son and this error popped up - is there a quick easy solution to this one?

Thank you
12-25-2019 07:55 AM
Mumak 3VSB is the Stand-by voltage.
12-24-2019 08:14 PM
l Nuke l
Quote: Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
+3.3V is usually labelled as +3.3V, alternatively 3VSB or VCC. Exact layout depends on mainboard/sensor chip used.
I have both 3vsb and 3vcc which would be the most accurate one? I am thinking its 3vcc as that reads closest to my DMM reading of 3.314v..here is a screenshot.
12-24-2019 05:29 PM
Mumak +3.3V is usually labelled as +3.3V, alternatively 3VSB or VCC. Exact layout depends on mainboard/sensor chip used.
12-24-2019 04:17 PM
ThrashZone Hi,
PSU rails
+3.3v
+5v
+12v
12-24-2019 03:17 PM
l Nuke l what is the 3v rail labelled as?
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