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Time-out error generating system health report

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#1 gregoire


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Posted 31 January 2010 - 03:03 PM

Hi, After upgrading from vista to windows 7 i tried to generate a system health report. now , i never had problems with this before, i ran the windows scannow in cmd and all is fine , i checked the performance and logs service and that was started and manual , the reports are being registered in the perflogs folder but the tool used to generate the report in HTML seems to time out and is incapable of generating a report like in vista before the upgrade. By the way i'm running 64 bit home premium windows 7 , asus P5Q motherboard and an ATI Radeon 4850 graphic card,

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#2 gregoire

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Posted 08 February 2010 - 01:52 PM

:huh: Well People, Just to give you some feedback, It seems that the in-place upgrade feature offered to migrate from vista to windows 7 has some flaws.
This feature imports files which are somehow corrupted or modified ,which can result in a number of small "glitches".

For myself i resolved this issue by doing a clean install and this was the fix.
apparently some people do not think that the in-place upgrade should be available ,for this has created a number of small but annoying problems.

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Posted 08 February 2010 - 05:38 PM

Yes, upgrades can often carry over or even cause slight glitches and bugs in the operating system. Normally they aren't earth-shattering, but they can be very annoying and inconvenient.

That's why it's always best to do a clean install, if possible. A while back, I was very adamant about not doing a clean install, but I've done it a few times in the past month (on different computers). It's gotten easier. :huh:

As for why you couldn't generate a system health report, we'll never know..... :huh:
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