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  1. Please, here you have the PC Pitstop OverDrive Test failing workarounds! In the meantime waiting for the correction of the OverDrive No Session problem, you may try this, sorry, quite laborous workaround procedures! For ex. on Windows 10 v1809 10.0.17763.615 . Start OverDrive with IE11 -> http://www.pcpitstop.com/default.asp -> Free Tools -> Free Scans -> Legacy Scans -> OverDrive Free Analysis On the login page you may also try starting the test anonymously without logging in, but then the results will not be saved anywhere, and thus may not be too
  2. Hello, anybody home! What's the status solving this problem/nuisance for me and also many others ...
  3. Yes, this is the message, but on my tests this will appear already in less than 3mins just after the Drive Health/Sending the Results phase ..., and sometimes even in some 5+secs! Reloading the test results you may sometimes note, that the test results have been had a chance to got sent to the database, even without the last two regular phases! One more note, there will not be any difference processing all this with IE11 as a regular user Administrator, but also logging in as a super Administrator opening it by -> cmd -> net user administrator /active:yes , and b
  4. Yes, the problem still existing also on a brand new Windows 10 Home / IE11 v1903 installation. And , tested also with Windows Defender Virus Scan and Firewall both on and off! What on earth is causing this long lasting nuisance on this ... Addition 10.06.2019: IE11 has always been run as regular Administrator. The cut is taking place from 5-10secs on, but mostly at less than 3mins time from test start, after the Drive Health phase. Addition 13.06.2019 One more note, there will not be any difference processing a
  5. OK, yes, also eagerly waiting for some solution for this ... The most probable phase to get this test cut is, just after Drive Health / Sending Results to ...
  6. Please, here are some details for this problem: At ab. 80secs Test Time -> Drive Health phase Checking Fragmentation (C:) 48secs Analyzing Scan 52secs Sending Results to PC Pitstop Immediate cut to "No Session in Progress" But, some times getting even to the next step -> Almost There! window with parameters, and, -> Continue button leads to Immediate cut to "No Session in Progress", but, the Test Results may have had chance to been updated and seen from the All Tests window And, then very selden times
  7. Yes, have been facing this same problem "No Session in Progress" on PC Pitstop Overdrive quite often already since few years, and not only close to the final phase, but also somewhere else there in mid during the testing. I have been testing nowadays several Windows 10 machines with IE11 all up-to-date, and having luck with the test on maybe after 5-10 trials, and almost never on 1-2 trials as previously some years ago, so, it's very frustrating … There is maybe not to blame the quite new effective machines or 10-100Mbit lines, full testing taking time just some 2mins,
  8. Hi! OK, I have been checking the tests several times during the last weeks, both straight and debugged, and noted that - on Win2000Pro the stucking will be realized on Checking Hardware despite which machine (?) - on WinXPPro/Home the stucking was realized on Checking Upload Speed, but surprise, not anymore since a few days ... thanks for some corrective action/update (?) Best regards, Pete V.
  9. Hi! Yes, I did manage the above WinXPPro case OK by testing it on Debug mode with Upload Speed test disabled. But ... testing another Win2000Pro machine behind this same ADSL-router/line/ISP the test did stuck already on Checking Hardware ... What's the problem, here or there, or where ... OK, tomorrow I'll test some machines behind some other routers/ISP's. Best regards, Pete V.
  10. Hi! Yes, have been facing the same problem since some last 12 hours ... Test is stuck on Checking Disk Usage window, but probably has been passing already that face, because on the lower status indicator Checking Ping Time is already passed and upon stucking it's on Checking Upload Speed phase. Anyway, the Firewall is opened for 64.29.201.21 both ways/all ports and for ping.exe, and, this same problem occurs also without Firewall active. A prompt action on this will be appreciated. Best regards, Pete V.
  11. Hi! (This is a copy of my reply to another same topic thread, with findings before the newest MS Updates.) Thank you so much for you all contributing this ActiveX problem troubleshooting, after a few weeks research and headache my cases are now cleared! The cure for the Win98SE cases was the urlmonfx.exe fix found at http://erpman1.tripod.com/iewmpupd.html, thanks for erpman1! This proved the problem to be hiding on the bad urlmon.dll v1537 incl. in the KB912812 March 2006 update, and get cured by backing to the previous v1526 from the KB905915 Oct 2005 update. Anyway, note this
  12. Hi! (This is a copy of my reply to another same topic thread, with findings before the newest MS Updates.) Thank you so much for you all contributing this ActiveX problem troubleshooting, after a few weeks research and headache my cases are now cleared! The cure for the Win98SE cases was the urlmonfx.exe fix found at http://erpman1.tripod.com/iewmpupd.html, thanks for erpman1! This proved the problem to be hiding on the bad urlmon.dll v1537 incl. in the KB912812 March 2006 update, and get cured by backing to the previous v1526 from the KB905915 Oct 2005 update. Anyway, note this
  13. Hi! (This is a copy of my reply to another same topic thread, with findings before the newest MS Updates.) Thank you so much for you all contributing this ActiveX problem troubleshooting, after a few weeks research and headache my cases are now cleared! The cure for the Win98SE cases was the urlmonfx.exe fix found at http://erpman1.tripod.com/iewmpupd.html, thanks for erpman1! This proved the problem to be hiding on the bad urlmon.dll v1537 incl. in the KB912812 March 2006 update, and get cured by backing to the previous v1526 from the KB905915 Oct 2005 update. Anyway, note this
  14. Hi! (This is a copy of my reply to another same topic thread, with findings before the newest MS Updates.) Thank you so much for you all contributing this ActiveX problem troubleshooting, after a few weeks research and headache my cases are now cleared! The cure for the Win98SE cases was the urlmonfx.exe fix found at http://erpman1.tripod.com/iewmpupd.html, thanks for erpman1! This proved the problem to be hiding on the bad urlmon.dll v1537 incl. in the KB912812 March 2006 update, and get cured by backing to the previous v1526 from the KB905915 Oct 2005 update. Anyway, note this
  15. Hi! Thank you so much for you all contributing this ActiveX problem troubleshooting, after a few weeks research and headache my cases are now cleared! The cure for the Win98SE cases was the urlmonfx.exe fix found at http://erpman1.tripod.com/iewmpupd.html, thanks for erpman1! This proved the problem to be hiding on the bad urlmon.dll v1537 incl. in the KB912812 March 2006 update, and get cured by backing to the previous v1526 from the KB905915 Oct 2005 update. Anyway, note this is an unofficial patch and hopefully not causing problem somewhere else. The cure for the Win2000Pro ca
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