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Windows 7: Processor Windows experience-index Drops after system recovery.

17 Dec 2016   #1

64 bit Windows 7
Processor Windows experience-index Drops after system recovery.


I got my pc for a while now and i have played many games with it. And everything was fine. I installed the drivers and had an solid 7,9 for all the parts of the Windows index. But after i torrented a old game called Medieval Total War II so i could play with some friends online, who did the same, closed my pc and went to bed. The next morning i started my pc again and almost all my files on the hard drive disk C were gone. Even my Library files like pictures folder and download and documents. After i did a system recovery of my pc my Index of my Processor dropped to 1 on graphic (desktop performence and Windows) and for games graphics.
Does anyone know how to fix this?
Sorry for the long text of explanation it's just that i want to be clear as possible.

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17 Dec 2016   #2

windows 7 ultimate x64

How did you do the system recovery?
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18 Dec 2016   #3

64 bit Windows 7

I used acronis. It's fine now. I forgot that i did not update my graphics card on that time so that's why it was so low.
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18 Dec 2016   #4

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64

You surely don`t have a 7.9 for your cpu, nobody does

Maybe a Xeon could get a 7.9 but we have not seen it yet.

They should have put WEI in Windows 10 and raised the highest score to 10 :)

What brand and model 1080 do you have ? You don`t have it in your specs
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18 Dec 2016   #5

64 bit Windows 7

I have 7,8 srry the brand of my 1080 is INNO 3D.
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