02-07-2023 02:42 AM
02-07-2023 05:19 AM
02-07-2023 06:14 AM
Hi. All I can really say is that Armoury Crate files and registry entries cannot be removed in the manner you are attempting as some kind of clean start. The only clean start is to reinstall the oerating system. A year ago I researched this situation myself and wrote about it here. While I was able to get the software working again it is not an approach I am recommending to anyone. A few weeks later I reinstalled the OS to be sure there were not any issues on that sytem anyway. So I don't think there is anything else important to say, but if you have questions go ahead and ask.
02-07-2023 06:47 AM
02-08-2023 05:59 AM
I mentioned that I have written about it links below that you can take a look at if you like. Maybe some of this will save you some time. Somewhere in the second thread link I discovered I had some WMI corruption that was probably a cause of a lot of my issues. Later I traced it down to a problem with an MEI driver installation.
02-08-2023 08:34 AM
A full system reinstall is probably the last thing I would do, because of the hassle of backing everything up. Especially since i haven't done it too long ago... I might give the windows system repair thing a try
02-08-2023 12:48 PM
Dude, definitely u don't need to reinstall Windows to uninstall ArmoryCrate. Just use some software removing tool like TotalUninstall or CCleaner
02-07-2023 05:52 AM
02-07-2023 06:16 AM
May I ask if there were any software or hardware changes before the Armoury Crate stopped working?
For example, replaced graphic card or installed the game software?
Could you please share the requested information below?
- Is the BIOS version 4408? Have you tried to reinstall the Windows OS?
- the content of the setting in BIOS (or whether it is the default)
- the brand and model name of the CPU, DRAM, GPU, and PSU currently installed