[Blink] Starting Blink on Windows 7: No Window, CPU-Usage at about 20%
ruediger at hahnsworld.net
Thu Jun 11 06:38:32 CEST 2015
On 10.06.2015 23:01, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé wrote:
> On 10 Jun 2015, at 20:44, Rüdiger Hahn <ruediger at hahnsworld.net> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> hopefully someone can help me. I downloaded and installed the newest release of Blink for Windows. After installation I was asked if I want to start Blink. After confirming with "yes" ... nothing happens. In the process list (Process Explorer) I can see that Blink is running and consuming CPU of about 20%. The same happens when I kill Blink and manually start it again: No window, but 20% CPU-Usage.
>> Did anybody else see this behavior before?
>> OS: Windows 7 Professional (64 Bit)
>> Blink: 1.4.0 (Same behavior with the version right before, something like 1.3.x)
> I have the same version and it’s working fine for me :-O Can you check the output.log file in your C:\Users\your_username\AppData\Roaming\Blink\ directory?
Thank you for your reply. I was able to locate the output.log file
within the folder you mentioned, but it has no content and a size of 0
To be sure, it killed the Blink process, deleted the Blink folder and
after restarting Blink, the folder is being recreated, the file
"output.log" is being created, but there ist still no content. Blink
just sits there as a process without a window using something between 20
and 21 of CPU.
Maybe the following helps: When I try to explore the blink.exe-stack
using the Process Explorer from SysInternals I get the following
I really don't know where to search for any other information that might
More information about the Blink