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Program won't stay opened (Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 + i7-8700K + GeForce GTX 1060)

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Can't figure it out. The program just wont stay opened, it keeps closing. I re-installed and updated , still wont stay open. Can't monitor anything if it won't stay opened...

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2 hours ago, Rabbithole said:

Can't figure it out. The program just wont stay opened, it keeps closing. I re-installed and updated , still wont stay open. Can't monitor anything if it won't stay opened...

Please let us know more about your hardware configuration.  Motherboard model, CPU type, video card(s) model, HDDs/SSDs.

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Gigabyte Z370 aorus Gaming 7,Intel i7 8700k - 5000 mhz,GeForce 1060 -6gb,(aida just popped off again,I'm coping the info from it)Samsung SSD 840 EVO 500gb-sata-III,Samsung SSD 960 Evo 500gb -M.2,Seagate Expansion SCSI -2T,  Monitors x2      3440x1440 4k PnP,     5" 800x480 LCD.

The software has been working great up till 4 days ago. I'm not real sure if it was a windows update or a conflict with Nvidia software (thats the only new thing I have installed a week ago))

 

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20 minutes ago, Rabbithole said:

Gigabyte Z370 aorus Gaming 7,Intel i7 8700k - 5000 mhz,GeForce 1060 -6gb,(aida just popped off again,I'm coping the info from it)Samsung SSD 840 EVO 500gb-sata-III,Samsung SSD 960 Evo 500gb -M.2,Seagate Expansion SCSI -2T,  Monitors x2      3440x1440 4k PnP,     5" 800x480 LCD.

The software has been working great up till 4 days ago. I'm not real sure if it was a windows update or a conflict with Nvidia software (thats the only new thing I have installed a week ago))

I suspect your issue could be related to the problems about recent ForceWare releases.  Try to disable GPU sensor support in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Stability, restart AIDA64, and check if it makes a difference.  I know you would lose a lot of readings that way, but I'm afraid there's no better way to narrow it down to the suspected ForceWare issue.

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ok so I disabled and restarted and it made no difference the program shut off I'm guessing 2 minutes later.....this really sucks cause I count on it for when I'm in game. Hopefully you will be able to figure it out cause I HATE using the "CAM" software cause well....it sucks...it doesn't come close to the Aida 64 proggie. That's why I'm bummed

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13 hours ago, Rabbithole said:

ok so I disabled and restarted and it made no difference the program shut off I'm guessing 2 minutes later.....this really sucks cause I count on it for when I'm in game. Hopefully you will be able to figure it out cause I HATE using the "CAM" software cause well....it sucks...it doesn't come close to the Aida 64 proggie. That's why I'm bummed

Thank you for the test.  What do you use CAM for?  I suppose it's the NZXT CAM software, right?

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yes NZXT is correct. I'm using it just for the time being to monitor my temps and stuff till I can figure this out.  So I looked at my system  info and the only thing that changed on the day Aida 64 stopped working was the newest windows update. I am thinking of doing a system restore to that day to see if that was it. However there are some other things I just added in the last few days that I'd like to keep so I'm not sure what to do at this time....

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So I thought I figured it out but I was wrong.... I uninstalled "Nvidia - Experience" software and aida 64 seemed stable but .... it still shut down just took about 10 minutes instead of 2 minutes. I also did the systems restore first but it had no effect.

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I looked in my error logs and the Aida software doesn't even show up as not functioning. Also once again my water pump rpm and temp are no longer working, however when that happened before it was due to windows update. (I re-enabled the GPU sensor function that you had me disable and that wasn't it)

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Hey Fiery, 

Thanks for all your help.... I think it was a total windows 10 issue ...man I hate it! (gimmie back win 7 and optimize it for dx 12) anyways I ended up wiping my PC main drive & os ....and that fixed all my issues Love the Aida software ....,.

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53 minutes ago, Rabbithole said:

Hey Fiery, 

Thanks for all your help.... I think it was a total windows 10 issue ...man I hate it! (gimmie back win 7 and optimize it for dx 12) anyways I ended up wiping my PC main drive & os ....and that fixed all my issues Love the Aida software ....,.

I'm glad you've managed to work it out.  Thank you for letting us know about the resolution.

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On ‎10‎/‎30‎/‎2018 at 9:56 PM, The_Fab said:

I'm having the same problem, should I fresh install windows 10 again? 

Try to update the BIOS and Windows 10, as well as your video driver.  Perhaps those will help.

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