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Why always this error?

Fresh W7, stock clocks, fresh bench download from HWB.

 

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2 hours ago, Leeghoofd said:

can you try without running systeminfo ticked

No difference.

FWIW, I am not the only one with this issue. Macsbeach98 has the same issue on totally different hardware.

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Same  bench OS ? Seems to run fine here on 8.1 and 10. Tried it with the original syteminfo and the latest 5.31

A breakdown on the hardware , OS you guys are using Scotty ?

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As far as I know, different bench OS for each of us. I'm using a retail copy of W7 Pro. No stripped version. Original sysinfo that comes packaged with the download.

PCMark 7 was made to run on W7 so I doubt W10 is needed, although it may score better.

I'm on a 775 setup. Pete is on something else. I don't know what platform. I wanna say Haswell.

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I have Pc7 working on win7 (plain vanilla ultimate sp1), win8.1 win10 the last few weeks. Usually when it did not work its been one of the  Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime stuff missing or corrupt. both original and new sysinfo has worked. I have not installed any MB chipset or other MB stuff

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On 10/20/2020 at 2:18 AM, Mr.Scott said:

I will check the runtime stuff. Thanks for the help.

Any update? Run into same issue, VC++ update - no help.

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Haven't had time to work on it. Will be doing that tomorrow. I will update.

Read somewhere you need VC++ 2010, or mfc100u.dll placed back in a folder.

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On 10/23/2020 at 12:40 PM, TerraRaptor said:

Any update? Run into same issue, VC++ update - no help.

What did you do to get it running correctly?

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1 hour ago, Mr.Scott said:

What did you do to get it running correctly?

Enabled all services and reinstalled pcmark7. It installs vc++ 2010 redistributables, both x86/x64 btw

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