Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by Tualatin, Oct 6, 2007.
Check out your "Private Messages" folder.
Guys, UPX has nothing to do with the problem some people are experiencing. I agree with W1zzard, UPX is a very nice compression utility that can drastically compress dll and exe files. Especially when concerned with web bandwidth, this is very important.
Two versions, 32 and 64 bit versions is just extra redundancy. It means extra packaging to do for a release, and more bandwidth if a user downloads the wrong version, or chooses to also download the 64 bit version.
As for UPX being slow: I use UPX a lot for other things. To be honest, I've seen no difference in speed or performance with UPX. It's not something to be concerned about.
And btw, it takes about a second or so for GPU-Z to load most likely because of all the information it has to pull. Have you ever tried pulling information from Windows WMI objects? This is blazing fast in comparison.
Who said it has somehing todo with the UPX , i just said like others not like the guy whinning about compression, that i have an error on start and dunno whats it about. I use now Vista and dont have the watson here like in XP , and i dont know how to use MSVS debugger
if you get the crash at startup PLEASE contact me on instant messenger. thats the fastest way to sort it out
I found the answer here: http://forum.msi.com.tw/index.php?topic=111509.0
GPU-Z doesn't work with personalized drivers!
You need a generic Nvidia driver.
I think W1zzard knows better.
hey W1zz any chance of maybe allowing S3 and Voodoo cards to run on GPU-Z, noticed they aint supported
not true. use the search function on the website to find all people with customized drivers
after the nvidia and ati bugs are sorted out
Using the driver downloaded from Leadtek I've got only GPU-Z crashes.
Using the driver downloaded from Nvidia I had no problems with GPU-Z.
Both of them are ForceWare 163.71 WHQL.
How can you explain that?
immediately crashes on startup.
OS: Vista 32bit
GPU: Nvidia 8600M GS
Driver: 156.66, 162.62 (crashes on both)
Faulting application GPU-Z.0.0.6.exe, version 0.0.6.0, time stamp 0x470945c3, faulting module GPU-Z.0.0.6.exe, version 0.0.6.0, time stamp 0x470945c3, exception code 0xc0000005, fault offset 0x0001a2f1, process id 0xf7c, application start time 0x01c809e4f2c79a20.
Hi, the GPU-Z 0.0.6 dont work at my PC.
When i clicked, the program didnt start. thus, didnt open and nothing happing.
My config is Athlon 64 3700+, Asus a8v-x and XFX 6800Xtreme 256mb / 256bit (agp 8x).
Im using WinXP 32bit SP2
Hemersonmf, I have a similar system to yours and experience no problems. You might want to check your drivers like Tualatin. I also read somewhere that 6800's were finicky because of all the different configurations with memory size and bus speeds. O and Tualatin, feedback is great, but trying to argue about beta software is counter-productive.
I would like to report same startup problem:
GPU-z version: 0.0.6
OS: Windows XP Pro SP2
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 6200 Turbo Cache(TM)
Driver: ForceWare 84.21
Hi. I dont know if my drivers like Tualatin.
I noticed that whenever I begin the program and appears in the manager of tasks DrWatson. I verified in my log and I am posting the same here, in order to help.
I still don't get to execute the program.
LOG (txt format):
although i tried v0.0.7, still cannot work on my vista with my dell m1210 with nvidia go 7400
w1z, I've just send you an email, I'm willing to help you as much as possible. I've tried v.0.0.7 with no results.
Mine dose nothing. Double click on it and nothing happens. Older versions locked up my PC and I had to do a hard re-start.
GPU-Z error or freeze at launch
The software gpu-z crash my system at launch, I've tried all versions with no results..
OS: Windows XP Pro SP2
GPU: Gecube X1950XT AGP
Driver: Catalyst 7.x (same errors with all recent versions)
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