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[SOLVED] Client crashes on startup v. 2.7 Win10x64 - Lttngblt - 05-23-2016 03:50 AM

My Whatpulse client crashes on startup, I already tried reinstalling but that didn't work. What else can I do? It's giving the "Something is wrong with your whatpulse client" message.


RE: Client crashes on startup v. 2.7 Win10x64 - smitmartijn - 05-23-2016 01:56 PM

Hi,

Could you copy/paste the message? There is no message like you're describing. ;-)

The one that comes close is the one where your database got corrupted and the client can't read it. But if it's that one, it also presents a fix, just click "Yes" on the question and it will generate a new database. Could you let me know if that's the one you're seeing?


RE: Client crashes on startup v. 2.7 Win10x64 - Lttngblt - 05-23-2016 06:00 PM

(05-23-2016 01:56 PM)smitmartijn Wrote:  Hi,

Could you copy/paste the message? There is no message like you're describing. ;-)

The one that comes close is the one where your database got corrupted and the client can't read it. But if it's that one, it also presents a fix, just click "Yes" on the question and it will generate a new database. Could you let me know if that's the one you're seeing?

I get a popup after WhatPulse tries to start up from the WhatPulse Watchdog that just says "Something is wrong with your WhatPulse client. It was automatically restarted 4 times in the last minute. Please try to run it again in a few hours. In the meantime, a bug report has been sent." I attached a screenshot too.


RE: Client crashes on startup v. 2.7 Win10x64 - Wollmilchsau.pulse - 07-07-2016 11:20 AM

I hope my post gives this topic some visibility again. I encounter the same problem, there's no way to start up whatpulse and it's been like that since about 2 weeks.

I already uninstalled and reinstalled the application but it did not help.


RE: Client crashes on startup v. 2.7 Win10x64 - smitmartijn - 07-08-2016 09:38 PM

Hi,

Could you post the info requested in http://whatpulse.org/forums/showthread.php?tid=810 ?


RE: Client crashes on startup v. 2.7 Win10x64 - 8richardsonj - 07-10-2016 11:18 PM

(07-08-2016 09:38 PM)smitmartijn Wrote:  Hi,

Could you post the info requested in http://whatpulse.org/forums/showthread.php?tid=810 ?

I'm also having this issue.

Version 2.7.1
Windows 10 64bit
WinPcap is fine as far as I know, program was working fine until recently.
It is an admin account
Error message is as above on startup.
Programs: Nothing that I would expect to impact, Chrome, VLC player, Steam, Flux.


RE: Client crashes on startup v. 2.7 Win10x64 - [DeApen]Grandmasg - 07-17-2016 03:39 PM

I'm also having this issue.

Version 2.7.1
Windows 10 64bit
WinPcap and whatpulse reinstalled as Admin
It is an admin account
Error message see attachment screenshot_2.png

Second error triple score on pulsing before craching .. see attachment screenshot_1.png


RE: Client crashes on startup v. 2.7 Win10x64 - RobbinL - 09-12-2016 11:29 PM

I have the same problem, Win 10 x64


RE: Client crashes on startup v. 2.7 Win10x64 - [DeApen]Grandmasg - 09-13-2016 04:16 AM

The way i fixed this problem:

* Remove whatpulse completely (also remaining key .. etc Sad )
* Remove WinPcap
* Ccleaner --> clean register
* Open regedit --> remove everything with search "whatpulse"
* Reboot (maybe not necessary)
* Reinstall whatpulse


RE: Client crashes on startup v. 2.7 Win10x64 - RobbinL - 09-13-2016 09:32 AM

(09-13-2016 04:16 AM)[DeApen]Grandmasg Wrote:  The way i fixed this problem:

* Remove whatpulse completely (also remaining key .. etc Sad )
* Remove WinPcap
* Ccleaner --> clean register
* Open regedit --> remove everything with search "whatpulse"
* Reboot (maybe not necessary)
* Reinstall whatpulse

That worked for me, thank you!