Can't run Windows Experience Index - System Memory

I can't run the Windows Experience Index after performing some hardware changes. Since two weeks ago when I first had the issue, I have tried rebooting, upgrading the SSD, and upgrading the graphics card. I have also done a search on Google.

Quote:

[Window Title]
Performance Information and Tools

[Main Instruction]
The Windows Experience Index for your system could not be computed.

[Content]
Could not measure system memory performance.


[Close]

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My system:
Intel Xeon 2687W
32 GB DDR3 RAM
Windows 7 64-bit Professional

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  1. If it helps with the issue: My processor has more than 16 MB of L3 cache, and running the memory assessment only results in the "Error: The buffer size is too big. Max is 32MB"
  2. After installing an SSD then optimizing the system for proper performance, I was unable to complete the WEI evaluation. I re-enabled indexing and the WEI completed with no problem. Sorry, but don't know if that was a fluke or even if that's what really allowed the completion of WEI although my feeling is that indexing being disabled was somehow interfering.
  3. Perhaps this KB article can help? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2619497

    I'm afraid to try. Is it legit?
  4. hey did u found solution for this? i have the same problem cant mesure system memory on my xeon 2687w 64gb RAM
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