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Hardware Monitor by CPUID crashing?

I've always used Hardware Monitor to check my temps, like most nerdy tech guys, but after installing my brand new machine, every time I try to boot up Hardware monitor, it always freezes, then crashes and never fully starts up. I installed the version of it that's a regular program, not the portable version. Is there a reason for this? I am running an AMD Ryzen 2 2700 processor and Windows 10 Pro 64-bit.

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1 hour ago, _Grid21 said:

I've always used Hardware Monitor to check my temps, like most nerdy tech guys, but after installing my brand new machine, every time I try to boot up Hardware monitor, it always freezes, then crashes and never fully starts up. I installed the version of it that's a regular program, not the portable version. Is there a reason for this? I am running an AMD Ryzen 2 2700 processor and Windows 10 Pro 64-bit.

yes, you probably have very fast drive like nvme. You need to delay in the task scheduler the startup of HWInfo.

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12 minutes ago, Franck said:

yes, you probably have very fast drive like nvme. You need to delay in the task scheduler the startup of HWInfo.

Actually, I have a standard HDD 7200RPM. So it has to be something else.

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2 minutes ago, _Grid21 said:

Actually, I have a standard HDD 7200RPM. So it has to be something else.

try it anyway. i had fatal error until i delayed mine 30 seconds. Some libraries seems to not be loaded yet since it boot to windows screen in less than 15 seconds

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15 minutes ago, Franck said:

try it anyway. i had fatal error until i delayed mine 30 seconds. Some libraries seems to not be loaded yet since it boot to windows screen in less than 15 seconds

How does one delay a boot up for a program such as Hardware Monitor. Please note, I am talking about the one made by CPUID. 

 

EDIT: I figured out what it was, it was the Asus AI Suite 3 conflicting with Hardware Monitor.

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  • 3 years later...

I don't have that Asus AI stuff, but my HWMonitor is still crashing 😞

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On 5/8/2022 at 12:06 PM, sonicfelipemt said:

I don't have that Asus AI stuff, but my HWMonitor is still crashing 😞

This thread is 3 years old. HWmonitor has had plenty of updates since then. Please don't reply to such old threads.

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