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Hi, i get the following error when trying to run pcpitstop: Ive tried the HERE (The WMIDiag tool) link at the end of the statement. That information doesnt work. What else can i do to get this to work properly? It's a pain since i used to be able to run this program without any problem.

 

Attention: Your WMI Installation appears to have a problem

Our tests use Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to gather some of the information from your system. On your system, WMI is reporting an error. This could cause certain information to be reported as blanks or zeroes. See our instructions for fixing WMI.

Any help would be greatly appreciated

I like using this program alot.............when it works!! I dont want to have to stop using it.

 

Thanks in advance to whoever is willing to help

Take care

VistaNewbie

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To check for WMI corruption:

 

* Right-click the My Computer icon and select Manage.

* Open the "Services and Applications" tree.

* Right-click the "WMI Control" item and select Properties.

 

In the dialog that appears, you should see this message:

 

Successfully connected to:

 

If you see error messages, try the steps recommended on this page:

 

http://www.djkaty.com/drupal/wmicorruption

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:wp:

 

To check for WMI corruption:

 

* Right-click the My Computer icon and select Manage.

* Open the "Services and Applications" tree.

* Right-click the "WMI Control" item and select Properties.

 

In the dialog that appears, you should see this message:

 

Successfully connected to:

 

If you see error messages, try the steps recommended on this page:

 

http://www.djkaty.com/drupal/wmicorruption

 

When i right click the WMI icon it always says im successfully connected. I get the WMI error only when trying to run pcpitstop.
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Try this:

 

Go to My Computer>Local Drive C:\>Program Files>PC Pitstop>Optimize2>Support and in the support folder, click on Repair-ActiveX.cmd to run the registry repair tool. It doesn't delete files it just repairs registry settings.

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