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UGuru and 64-bit Vista?

I finished my build with an Abit IP35 Pro and and an intel dual core quad (6600). Everything went flawlessly!!! I have 64-bit Vista Ultimate, and the uGuru utility will not come up. I see the cool skin come up, but then I get a message about an XML string and uGuru shuts down. 'Sup???

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  • LuvAbit Oct 08, 2007

    Dyllan,
    I uninstalled (via control panel) the version of uGuru I had.
    Downloaded current version.
    Ran setup.
    Installation completed and restarted Vista.

    Now, uGuru tries to start up when Vista starts up (it didn't do that b4).
    All I get is a windows message saying that uGuru application has stopped working, followed by a windows message that says a problem caused the program to stop working (Duh) Windows will close the application.

    I appreciate your suggestions - now you know I have the latest version, so what next?

  • LuvAbit Oct 08, 2007

    Well, primarily MB monitoring. What would you recommend that works with 64-bit Vista?

  • LuvAbit Oct 09, 2007

    Can't blame Realtech and uGuru exactly.
    The problem turned out to be me - sort of...

    After the Vista install, everything ran great. Audio, hard drives, optical drive, networking, video were all running smoothly.

    I don't mess with stuff if it's working. In this case, I needed to. The default drivers worked so well that I did not install the drivers that came with the abit CD.

    Yesterday morning, I installed those drivers - including Realtech's. Everything - including uGuru - now works fine. It would be nice if uGuru would work with the Vista default drivers because they booted up more quickly, but I'm a happy camper now.

    Even though I fixed this myself, I have to give Lambylamb the star for linking uGuru to the Realtech driver. But let's not blame abit or Realtech. I'll take the blame for this one and give them props for working smoothly.

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Much like realtek uguru havnt got there buts into gear and correctly interfaced into vista, disable all visual themes and try again! \

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First of all, are you using the most recent version of uGuru? Previous versions did not work under Vista. The current version is 3.104. You can download it here: http://mainboard-drivers-and-utilities.free-driver-download.com/Abit/38474/Abit-uGuru-v3.104-Windows-2000-XP-2003-Vista-XP-x64.html Assuming you have the newest version, can you get me the exact text of the error message? That would make it easier to troubleshoot. -Dyllan

Posted on Oct 08, 2007

  • Anonymous Oct 08, 2007

    Latest version, and an entirely different error. Fun.

    I've tried to find any reference to your problem with uGuru under Vista... most of what I found is people with similar errors being told not to use uGuru. Nothing about how to fix it, unfortunately.

    What are you wanting to use uGuru for? There may be alternative software you could try if you're willing to. uGuru does quite a number of things, but most people don't use it for all of them.

  • Anonymous Oct 08, 2007

    I'd definitely suggest Speedfan. It runs on Vista 64 bit (or actually anything from 2000 up), and I believe it does everything uGuru does except allow for overclocking (which is probably safer to do from the bios anyway, if you decide to do that).

    You can get it here:
    http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php

    -Dyllan

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