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The latest version of cpuz.exe is always located in the CPU-Z Installation folder, on the root level of the installation. This is the absolute path to the folder on your PC. The actual cpuz.exe binary itself is located in a subfolder. Therefore, to find the path on your computer, use the following:
The cpuz.exe error can also occur because the program has been moved to a different folder on your computer. If this is the case, you will have to browse to the correct path to the executable. If you are doing this for the first time, use the following address:
If the cpuz.exe error doesn’t occur when you first run CPU-Z, then you can try reinstalling it using Windows Update or the full program download located on the CPU-Z website. If you are unsure how to run Windows Update, please use these instructions:
Also, if after restoring your registry, or repairing and updating your operating system using your Anti-virus program and proper maintenance instructions, the problem persists and the cpuz.exe error does not go away, then please follow these steps:
CAUTION : We strongly advise against downloading and copying cpuz.ini to your appropriate Windows system directory. CPUID typically does not release CPU-Z INI files for download because they are bundled together inside of a software installer. The installer’s task is to ensure that all correct verifications have been made before installing and placing cpuz.ini and all other INI files for CPU-Z. An incorrectly installed INI file may create system instability and could cause your program or operating system to stop functioning altogether. Proceed with caution.
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I was curious to find out what versions of CPUZ are supported for my motherboard and I’ve downloaded all of them and each one of them gives me an error saying: “This item was found for a different PC” and it goes on to say “The title, product description and price displayed on this website are for reference only. They are not the final price for the product and are not an offer to sell.
I went to the Amd website for the motherboard I use, took the part number of the CPU, and typed it into the search bar at cpu-z and a list of others with the same part number displayed. I selected the amd/cpu-z from the list to load. For the save button on the next page to load, i pressed enter too. After it asked me where to save and i selected my desktop, it said something about i need to reinstall. I checked and no cpuz had been installed.
I already have CPUZ and when I tried to load it I get the error: “Cannot open image” without being able to get to the option to cancel. I’ve tried searching for solutions but haven’t found anything useful.
I have had CPUZ Lifetime Version for several years on my PC, but had an old version on this new one. I ran the version for Windows on the old PC, and that version did not detect the RAM I just put in, but this version detects it, so if I start using the new RAM in the future, it should continue to work. Do you think that is the case? I was getting a popup message from ESET about the file, cpuz139_x64.sys, so I have used ESET on all my computers in the past, and not run into any problems like this. But it is still strange that the file was recreated after I did this.
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Today I updated my 1333MHZ quad core, which happened to be the Sandy Bridge-E CPU model, and CPUZ crashed within the first 2 minutes of booting the new OS. I would like to know what type of CPU I am using.
It’s also possible that ESET’s definition of the file doesn’t quite match mine, and there are other 3rd party products that would do something similar. If you are able to reproduce the problem, feel free to send the file to me (still on ESET forum, for your convenience). Just ask for support on the thread “ESET – cpuz139_x64.sys -“.
The.exe extension on a filename indicates an executable file. Executable files may, in some cases, harm your computer. Therefore, please read below to decide for yourself whether the cpuz.exe on your computer is a Trojan that you should remove, or whether it is a file belonging to the Windows operating system or to a trusted application. This program may be harmful and should not be run.
I downloaded CPUZ from the link above and opened the program and it said that I had to install some plugins. After that, I opened the options and could select which chipsets I wanted to test on. I selected Intel Pentium D 6302B and the program was also able to run and test my CPU’s SMT and Turbo Boost. However, I couldn’t test on my graphics card. I had originally been testing my GPU and CPU on separate programs. I started my computer in Safe Mode with networking and I uninstalled my graphics card drivers from Device Manager. I then removed my graphics card and installed the nvidia driver that came with the.iso file, but the loading screen that came after I entered the BIOS options didn’t appear. I then went back to Safe Mode and it was then that I noticed the CPU test was still running but I couldn’t access the desktop or anything. so I restarted the computer to Normal Mode and it was then that I looked at CPUZ and the CPU test stopped running, but I couldn’t access the internet or anything else. I then rebooted to Safe Mode to download the software and I then rebooted to Normal Mode. I then found out that it had now stopped running and that I could access the internet and everything else. The next day I realized that I had forgotten to uninstall a couple of programs after I installed the nvidia drivers, and that I had also opened the Windows Device Manager earlier that day and had then installed a game in the Accessories folder, and then that game had reverted my graphics card back to default after I closed it. My search terms were: could not access internet in safe mode did not work in safe mode please help and thank you.
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CPUZ System Requirements
- Windows 7 or later (Windows 8 is still supported)
- 3 GB RAM or more
- 1 GB
What’s new in CPUZ
CPUZ has an improved user interface with easier and more intuitive functionality
CPUZ can now analyze 64-bit software
CPUZ has a new option to calculate per CPU ratio
CPUZ now includes a new option to disable system services
CPUZ can now display more information about installed RAM
CPUZ now shows more details about physical memory in real time
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