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Still crashes, I've uploaded two traces from the Problem Steps Recorder, one showing it crashing with hwinfo enabled and one attempting to save the result after a run. Cheers

gpu_hwinfo_crash.zip

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16 hours ago, cbjaust said:

Still crashes, I've uploaded two traces from the Problem Steps Recorder, one showing it crashing with hwinfo enabled and one attempting to save the result after a run. Cheers

gpu_hwinfo_crash.zip

Just disable HWinfo, there is a drop-down menu for that in the run window of GPUpi. It's legal for HWBot submissions.

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3 hours ago, unityofsaints said:

Just disable HWinfo, there is a drop-down menu for that in the run window of GPUpi. It's legal for HWBot submissions.

It still crashes when trying to save the result to a file, even with hwinfo disabled...

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Thank you for the detailed report, much appreciated.

These seem to be two unrelated errors. HWiNFO is not compatible with this system/platform, you can try "Safe Mode" though before disabling it.
The second problem is related to the gathering of various system information (mostly WMI) and/or result encryption. It's somehow related to these old sockets, another user had the same problem with an old Athlon 64 system as well. I will look into it, hope I still have test hardware here.

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This platform - s478 P4 Prescott-1024M is a stage in Team Cup this year, (this result) seems OK but I have no idea what they're doing different, it looks like Windows 7...

I can get a result fine just can't get the result file or upload directly, in both cases GPUPI crashes.

1586684365_SL7E5Pentium43.2GHzBX80546PG3200EGPUPI_for_CPU_100M13m32.223sat3360-168450-1160GeForce6800GT.thumb.jpg.71a767d028f534fb99a114da5a30fc49.jpg

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Posted (edited)

OS is different, that's for sure. Graphics card as well, but I doubt that's the issue. Do you have a Windows 7 install lying around?

Edited by _mat_

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I am using Windows 7 x86... I wanted to run it in Server 2003 R2 x86 (Windows XP kernal) but I couldn't find an OpenCL that would install...

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I tried my socket 478 system again for Team Cup DDR Stage 3 and this time I tried 3.1.1 but it has the same issues with crashing on the HWINFO.dll module when starting the benchmark. So I deleted HWINFO.dll and the bench ran fine but at the end it had the same crash as 3.2 on module "StackHash_0a9e".

I also tried 3.2 again but trying to save still crashed with the "StackHash_0a9e" module.

Help!

Cheers

Edit: 2.3.4 works just fine, result file attached.

cbjaust_GPUPI_for CPU_100M_12m-49.578s.result

Edited by cbjaust
add 2.3.4 result file

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Not sure if this is the place to come, however I've made a score using GPUPI3.2 using the new OpenCL2.1.  Made the score saved the datafile, now however when I try to upload the score to HWbot I get "Invalid Data file : Unable to decrypt the datafile"  any ideas what the cause is?  Or if it can be sorted so I can upload the score?

Thanks

 

Nevermind, uploaded, must have selected the wrong benchmark perhaps

Edited by Matt26LFC

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have only one tab of hwbot opened, in a fresh browser. when you have several tabs of hwbot submission opened, it will bug

if mozilla, try chrome or ie

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Hi! I'm having trouble getting 3.3 to run on my G470, I've tried a few different batch sizes as well as hwinfo detection levels and it still crashes on run. Attached is a screenshot and error logs, I can provide any other info that you need. @_mat_

error.PNG

HWiNFO64.DBG

GPUPI.cfg

Edited by yosarianilives

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