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Windows 7 64-bit in a VMWare Workstation virtual machine. My host is Windows Server 2008 64-bit SP2. I've enabled DirectX 9.0c acceleration in the W7 guest. When I try to rate the computer's performance I get the following message: ------------------------- [Window Title] Performance Information and Tools [Main Instruction] The Windows Experience Index for your system could not be computed. [Content] Could not measure storage performance. Unable to start https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/13c30608-b62c-49b0-8efd-51ab35ed2a82/cant-run-windows-experience-rating-kernel-logger-error?forum=w7itprogeneral the kernel logger. The logger is in use by another application. Please stop the kernel logger and try again. ------------------------- This is a fresh install and boot of Windows 7, nothing at all has been installed yet. What would be using the kernel logger? Googling the error turned up nothing, I wonder http://www.ebugg-i.com/forums/windows/can-t-run-windows-experience-rating-kernel-logger-error.html if this is a new bug. Source: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/13c30608-b62c-49b0-8efd-51ab35ed2a82/cant-run-windows-experience-rating-kernel-logger-error?forum=w7itprogeneral Browser not compatible. What Happened next is crazy ... Funz.in Browser not compatible. Funz.in
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Gaming Smartphones Tablets Windows 8 PSUs Android Your question Get the answer Tom's Hardware>Forum>Windows 7>What is causing this Windows Experience Index Error> Solved What is causing this Windows Experience Index Error Tags: Windows 7 Last response: 11 April 2011 09:17 http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/16875-63-what-causing-windows-experience-index-error in Windows 7 Share clutchc a b $ Windows 7 12 March 2011 01:17:47 Several weeks back I started getting an error every time I ran the WEI in one of my computers. It would stop near the end of its run with the following error: The Windows Experience Index for Your System Could Not be Computed Could not measure storage performance. Error: Failed to properly asses the disk. The parameter is kernel logger incorrect. (Parameter ??? There's nothing I like better than a nice cryptic explanation) And get this... Today I ran the WEI on my 2nd computer and now it's producing this same error. And yet, both computer's HDDs check out fine, There are no flags in Device Manager, and no problems elsewhere. I haven't done anything pertaining to the HDD in either machine. If I remember correctly, I noticed the problem after swapping the kernel logger error graphics cards between machines, although I can't understand why that would affect the HDD error in WEI. In both instances I did a clean re-install of the latest drivers. Both systems are kept clean of garbage (if you know what I mean) and both are running Win7x64. Anyone have a clue as to what is causing this error, and how I can eliminate it? Thanks. More about : causing windows experience index error CompTIA_Rep 12 March 2011 01:42:51 Search for winsat in event log and let me know the recent results. m 0 l clutchc a b $ Windows 7 12 March 2011 03:48:29 If you mean the Event Viewer (local)/Windows Logs/, I would need to know which log; Application, Security, Setup, System, or Forwarded Events. Unless I'm in the wrong place... Thanks. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Best solution CompTIA_Rep 12 March 2011 04:03:43 yes the event viewer. Expand Windows Logs then select both application and system. On the right hand side you can do a find for those key words. Even if the WEI doesn't show a failure, it still may report something in the EL. Share clutchc a b $ Windows 7 12 March 2011 22:51:39 CompTIA_Rep said:yes the event viewer. Expand Windows Logs then s

 
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