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09-13-2020 09:02 AM - edited 09-13-2020 09:08 AM
PA configuration warning doesnot going away. Picture is attached.
although I have downloaded and installed visual C++ 2015
Displaying this message:
Computer performance and functionality depends on a properly configured operating system and the required run-time libraries for the installed applications.
• Missing run-time libraries - Software necessary to deliver certain functionality (CPU information and GPU utilization reporting) does not appear to be installed on this system. Please visit the Microsoft Download Site to locate and install the current Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable Package.
09-14-2020 10:59 AM - edited 09-14-2020 11:00 AM
you may have a corrupted visual C++ 2015 in which case you need to repair it by removing the bad existing c++ before reinstalling c++
first try to uninstall the existing C++ 2015/17/19 packages, (if you cant post again)
then reboot and install the latest 2015/17/19 combo package from microsoft (install both x86 and x64 packages)
09-14-2020 11:29 AM - edited 09-14-2020 11:30 AM
Same exact problem for me, on multiple ZX20 workstations, and tried the same type of fix before. No success. This is under W10 latest version. I have some W7 boxes still working with it. I finally gave up and am hoping the HP coders figure out the issue and release a fix.
It was nice while it lasted and for me has been broken for weeks if not several months now.
09-14-2020 12:23 PM
try this direct link for the workstation version of perf advisor it skips some crap that the consumer version includes
09-15-2020 06:34 AM - edited 09-15-2020 06:38 AM
I tried the advisor that you provided in a link. It is giving me same issue. Actually I am not concerned with the errors it is giving but due to this error my system is facing heating issues. As it does not provide exact CPU and GPU info so that cpu fan is running on a very low RPM. see my other Question in the link . I think these both issues are interconnected.
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