owcraftsman Posted July 2, 2011 Share Posted July 2, 2011 CPUz 157 & 158 fails to start freezes at initialization screen see capture below http://img827.imageshack.us/i/cpuznorun.jpg/ Things I have tried to correct the problem: Uninstalled deleted directories and reinstalled tried 157 & 158 32 & 64 Uninstalled/Reinstalled Chipset drivers Uninstalled Intel TPM Uninstalled Intel IME Uninstalled MSI Control Center Uninstalled Aida64 Uninstalled MSI Turbo Boost and all other MSI software Installed running as admin Manually added to AV allowed programs Set Full control to current user Ran as Admin and set to run as admin in properties Ran sfc /scannow tried running at default setting and OCed All with same result. I have one thing left to try which is a Diagnostic startup whic I will try on restart and get back to you. I have seen screen shots of other Z68A-GD80 using CPUz 157 & 158 edit: add system specs System Specification Processor: i7 2600k batch L050A853 Motherboard: MSI Z68A-GD80 B3 Bios: V17 Memory: Corsair Vengeance 1866 C9 1.5v HDD: Raptor WD1500ADFD 2x Intel RAID-0 SSD: none (to be added later with IRST SSD Caching) GPU: Onboard (at the moment)(GTX 570 SSC HD to be added soon) LucidLogix: (not installed yet) PSU: Corsair TX-850-W Cooling: H70 & Air Case: CM HAF 932 A 3.0v OS: W7-U-x64 SP1 IMED: 188.8.131.523 (Intel Management Engine Driver) ISBCD: 184.108.40.2060 (Intel SandyBridge Chipset Driver) CPUz 1.8 does start and run after a diagnostic startup which lead me to the time consuming task od finding which service and or program was the cluprit. I got a bit lucky in that I was half way in to the project when I figured it out. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1891465 #1 CPUz, Everest and Aida64 are all tied to the same windows service "Windows Event Log" #2 It is not enough to stop Adia64 ver 1.8 it must be uninstalled and restarted for CPUz 1.8 to run I tried installing Everest Ultimate with and old key but the z68 is not supported so no further testing [uninstalled] I then tried the previous Aida64 ver 1.7 and again with it installed running or not CPUz will not start. I do hope there is a resolve for this. I will help in anyway I can, just ask, but for now I will take this issue to Cannard PC and MSI as well. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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