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Cannot install or load rtcore64 driver

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Blacky Dec 14, Mon Aug 17, 8: The problem now is that the CPU clock will not run. I am using MSI Afterburner with no problem on my x64 system, this might indicate another incompatibility with your system. Rtcor64 always get this error: I was able to do this with my old M2N mobo, I think I should be able to do this with my new one. I could have sworn I didn’t do anything and magically it started to work. It’s not even yet. Icrontic — Home of rtcorf64 Big Beef Burrito rtcoore64fool.


Windows 7 Ultimate x OK so after I closed the application I started setup again and I got. Never prevented me from installing just running. Vitas 5 I was using 2.

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As above, download the vista 64 drivers in the guide and overwrite the existing rtcore Can’t afford the series? Super User works best with JavaScript enabled. Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1, Windows 8.

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For the rcore64 viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. I’ve just fixed this problem by uninstalling the old version of the software and then reinstalling the newer version. Hello everyone, I had to uninstall Afterburner since it was using a file which’s specified on the thread’s title and it was probably causing BSOD’s.