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Thank Kel for all the time you spend on this project ;)

I don't know if it's better to remove msconfig cpl too since it's the same of regedit one (I always use "run" command to load regedit or msconfig)

If you want to keep it maybe you could remove the text inside () since it's the only control panel app with () in the name :)

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Now ANNOUNCING!!   v5.2.2 Log:Uninstall fixes and icon fixes v5.2 Log:CPU-Z v1.61.3GPU-Z v0.6.3HWMonitor v1.20 Added:MSconfig RegeditTaskman All Apps\Progs will run as admin.  The whole package is no

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Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!. How did you know just what I needed? :worthy: :thumbsup_anim: :prop: Did I tell you "Thank you"?

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I made further tests... these apps seem to work on 64bits:

CPU-Z

GPU-Z

HD Tune

HWMonitor

MemTest

MS Config

Services and Devices

Smart Driver Backup

DirectX

HP USB Format Tool

Windows Version

I suggest to create a 64bit pack version with these apps only (I also suggest to verify if there are specific 64 bits versions of them and of the non-working apps)

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tjanx for this..

I suggest to create a 64bit pack version with these apps only (I also suggest to verify if there are specific 64 bits versions of them and of the non-working apps)

+ 1 for that... we need it please.. on Windows7 x64 :icon_cool:

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tjanx for this..

+ 1 for that... we need it please.. on Windows7 x64 :icon_cool:

Read posts on page 2 and you see Kel has tried to make this for x64 and could not as it not the same writing as x86 :(

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FWIW, a win7 'upgrade' (say from b7100 to b7137, others tested as well) does NOT like to see the clear type power toy. In 3 different tests, the Win7 upgrader insisted that I deinstall the power toy before the upgrade would continue.

YMMV, etc.

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