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    Nesivos got a reaction from MichaelWeini in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  2. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from SantasP in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  3. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from Curtisbync in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  4. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from ValeriakeF in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  5. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from GrandTournament in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  6. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from WilliamViasy in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  7. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from Garthesone in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  8. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from prononf_mariysyNc in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  9. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from lolita_smexovasyNc in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  10. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from herushki in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  11. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from zapedKab in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  12. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from Lueckoneony in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  13. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from SophieReoff in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  14. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from EdwardAdesk in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  15. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from JeffreyEmeme in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  16. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from BorisSen in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  17. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from ThomasAbulp in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  18. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from dapedKab in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  19. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from sapedKab in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
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    Nesivos got a reaction from Niklpt in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  21. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from Stevenchuck in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  22. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from xapedKab in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  23. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from Bertramsi in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  24. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from Jinnyadonia in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
  25. Like
    Nesivos got a reaction from GymGuyfluism in Brand New Version Of Wise Care 365 --: 3.0 Beta   
    Here is some more detailed breakdown about the Integrated video cards and the the display adapter drivers.   I am listing this information only for my W8.1 Pro Updated computers since the Temp and RAM Available Widget is working fine on my one W7-SP1 AMD computer.
     
     
    The Widget is working on this computer
    1. Intel HD Graphics 2500 - Ivy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10.18.10.3621
     
    The Widget stopped working on these two computers
    2 Intel HD Graphics 4600 - Haswell GT2
    Driver Date: 5-17-2014
    Driver Version: 10-18-10.3621  (No mistake the driver version is the same on both #1 and #2)
     
    3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 Sandy Bridge GT1
    Driver Date: 3-20-2014
    Driver Version: 9.17.10.3517
     
    The one thing I did not try was a clean uninstall of Wise Care 365 Pro and Wise Memory Optimizer.   By that I mean after the uninstaller finished I did not look for folders and files that may have been left over and then manually delete them.  I didn't want to do it yet because I figured that method could require re-entering my license code on the reinstall unless it is kept in the registry.  I just hate having to re-enter license codes on re-installs since I have had a bunch of problems doing that with other software in the past.
     
    If I do a clean uninstall and remove all related files and folders will that require re-entering the license code when I reinstall?  If so will there will be a license count problem or any other problem when I do this?
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