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Can't run Windows Experience Index - System Memory

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August 8, 2012 3:00:57 AM

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.

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[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]

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

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August 8, 2012 3:56:07 AM

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"
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August 8, 2012 4:10:06 AM

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.
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September 12, 2013 3:46:21 AM

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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