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It may be worth editing the rules to state that it's highly recommended to disable SystemInfo as it may invalidate a result, rather than the current rather vague lack of reason.

 

I just found out the hard way and it would be nice if others didn't suffer the same fate :)

Edited by GeorgeStorm

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Junk bench, wrapper needs major work, gives constant upload errors when trying to submit.

 

Yeah that's the issue I'm having, and apparently it's because I didn't disable systeminfo.

 

Seems weird something on by default in the wrapper has a chance of invalidating the result.

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Yes,i had this problems too.

Even if you disable systeminfo you will still have problems with corrupted file,the best way to be sure is to validate on spot,but the problem isif it's starting to give you at a result a broken file each time you will sace it will still be broken.

 

 

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If i try to submit i get error to unvalid data,wrapper 2.5.5 .XP sp3,VC 2005,2008,2010.After deleting anyone VC equal effect.

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Ok...I figured out what the problem is. Disabling System Info DOES NOT fix it. The problem is with the size of the verification file being too big. The way you make sure it isn't too big is by NOT ADJUSTING THE SCREENSHOT QUALITY TOO HIGH...UNLESS YOU ARE GOING TO SAVE IT AS A JPG. IF YOU ARE SAVING IT AS A PNG YOU NEED TO HAVE THE QUALITY SET AT LEAST 2 DOTS BELOW HIGHEST. Having the screenshot quality set too high while saving it as a PNG causes the verification file to be too big. If you save it as a JPG you can max out the screenshot quality setting. Again...having System Info enabled does not cause a problem. For proof see the verification screenshot of my score saved as a PNG(@ 2 dots below max quality) with System Info enabled. ashttp://hwbot.org/submission/3613535_mrgenius_aquamark_radeon_r9_280x_366793_marks

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"Invalid data file: Unable to parse the datafile" I have the same problem. Any result file, saved by system with the AM2NF3-VSTA board can't be uploaded. The Picture quality setting dones not affect to this. The file size is about 150-250 KB.

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On 6/29/2018 at 5:38 PM, mishgane said:

 Any result file, saved by system with the AM2NF3-VSTA board can't be uploaded. 

Nah.

I have a million subs in with that board.

Edited by Mr.Scott

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You don't have any aquamark results for this board in your profile - http://hwbot.org/search/submissions/permalink?username=Mr.Scott

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Sorry, the search wasn't correct. You have. http://hwbot.org/submission/2707070_mr.scott_aquamark_radeon_hd_3850_agp_196143_marks

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Same Problem, i try Submit, but no affect - unable to parse data file ?! I turned System Info on/off, no affect..

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I try to make different Resolutions on Windows Desktop (XP SP3), same problem: Invalid data file: Unable to parse the datafile

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yup can't upload results and that sucks because I spent two days tweaking settings trying to get a decent score, also scaling with multi gpus sucks, a single r9 380 scores better than two

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To top everything off this crappy benchmark is really a CPU test with modern equipment, I'll not be bothering to waste any more time on it.

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On 7/5/2018 at 9:59 AM, YURBAN said:

I try to make different Resolutions on Windows Desktop (XP SP3), same problem: Invalid data file: Unable to parse the datafile

Try to select to save in different folder perhaps on a different drive and type in the file extension manually.

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