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  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #41

    ddelo said: View Post
    You did.....hahahaha
    Check your messages!
    Got it, thanks, looks good
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  2.    #42

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Got it, thanks, looks good
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  3.    #43

    Why this script report my running microcode as 0x12 when both hwinfo64 and that registry key "update revision" report b4 ?
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  4.    #44

    Warre1 said: View Post
    Why this script report my running microcode as 0x12 when both hwinfo64 and that registry key "update revision" report b4 ?

    Can you please post a screenshot of the script's output, as well as all the properties of the Registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DESCRIPTION\System\CentralProcessor\0
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  5.    #45

    here you are
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       #46

    Here is a small batch script to easily run @ddelo's Powershell script without the need to open Powershell first.

    Place the CPU-info.bat script in the same folder as the Powershell script then right click and open it.
    Code:
    @echo off
    PowerShell.exe -NoProfile -Command "& {Start-Process PowerShell.exe -ArgumentList '-noexit -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -File ""%~dpn0.ps1""' -Verb RunAs}"
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  7.    #47

    Warre1 said: View Post
    here you are
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    Thanks a lot for the screenshots. There was actually a bug that was removing some characters in the Registry microcode revision, which was fixed.
    You can try the new version of the script and see if it's working correctly for you!
    A screenshot of the new output would also be fine!
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  8.    #48

    yeah. seems to work ok now!
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    Warre1 said: View Post
    yeah. seems to work ok now!
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  10.    #50

    Perfect. Thank you!
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