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Windows Experience Index Base Score Unavailable!

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Hi all. I installed Vista in February and i was able to use the windows experience index base score a few times but then, since the end of February, it has been unavailable. To see what i mean please look at the attachment on the right.

The "Rating", "Processor" and "RAM" information are all unavailable. Also, if i go to where you can normally go to get a new experience score, this (attachment on the left) is all that shows up.

Anyone out there know what caused this and also what i can do to fix it? I've searched the net for a few months now and no one else seems to even have this problem because it's not mentioned anywhere.

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Edited by hypnoticstate, 28 May 2007 - 11:25 AM.

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