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Reply 540 of 554, by red-ray

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HWiNFO32 locked up my system twice in the same place 🙁

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Reply 541 of 554, by Mumak

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red-ray wrote on 2021-11-08, 23:39:
HWiNFO32 locked up my system twice in the same place :( […]
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HWiNFO32 locked up my system twice in the same place 🙁

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Thanks, I think I found the bug.

Reply 542 of 554, by red-ray

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Good and fingers crossed you have. I ran HWiNFO in the hope of checking we all reported the same Intel i740 clocks. Looking from Re: Need help to improve the support of 486/586/686 class CPUs in CPU-Z both AIDA64 + SIV report a memory clock of 100 MHz, but running HWiNFO32 on WMe it reported 66MHz, it was also much to big for the 640 x 480 display.

I also looked at https://vintage3d.org/dbn.php#sthash.VE9XlzHm.7wJJHkXn.dpbs and it has the i740 memory clock as 100 MHz, what do you think it should be?

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Reply 543 of 554, by mastergamma12

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I tried Hwinfo64 with a Quadro GP100, As with Ray's SIV software, Hwinfo doesn't know what the GP100 HDA controller is

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Reply 544 of 554, by Mumak

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mastergamma12 wrote on 2021-11-10, 22:22:
I tried Hwinfo64 with a Quadro GP100, As with Ray's SIV software, Hwinfo doesn't know what the GP100 HDA controller is […]
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I tried Hwinfo64 with a Quadro GP100, As with Ray's SIV software, Hwinfo doesn't know what the GP100 HDA controller is

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Thanks. I have just recently added this device, so it will be fixed in the next build.

Reply 545 of 554, by mastergamma12

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Sweet 😁

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Reply 546 of 554, by feipoa

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v7.14 portable crashes on loading - enumerating devices. Hangs up on USB detection. I have the motherboard's onboard Intel USB 1.x port enabled, as well as a USB 2.0 PCI expansion card installed with NEC 720101 chip.

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Intel PR440FX dual socket 8 motherboard with two PIIOD -333 installed

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Reply 547 of 554, by Mumak

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feipoa wrote on 2021-11-19, 09:50:
v7.14 portable crashes on loading - enumerating devices. Hangs up on USB detection. I have the motherboard's onboard Intel USB […]
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v7.14 portable crashes on loading - enumerating devices. Hangs up on USB detection. I have the motherboard's onboard Intel USB 1.x port enabled, as well as a USB 2.0 PCI expansion card installed with NEC 720101 chip.

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Intel PR440FX dual socket 8 motherboard with two PIIOD -333 installed

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It crashes during enumeration of the NEC USB controller. Is this a hang when HWiNFO stops responding and can (or cannot) be killed?

Reply 548 of 554, by feipoa

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It leads to this pretty blue screen.

FYI, the BSOD occurs with AIDA64Extreme600 as well, but only if I click on the USB item from within the program. if I don't click on the USB device, I can use AIDA as usual. The information contained in the blue screens produced by hwinfo and aida are identical.

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Reply 550 of 554, by feipoa

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I can still access files on a USB flash drive using the NEC device. Is there a way to tell hwinfo not to probe USB?

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Reply 551 of 554, by Mumak

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feipoa wrote on 2021-11-19, 11:32:

I can still access files on a USB flash drive using the NEC device. Is there a way to tell hwinfo not to probe USB?

Basic functionality probably works but the driver doesn't seem to properly handle additional query functions, it should in no way cause a BSOD when an application queries it.
Currently there's no option to disable USB scan, but it's not performed in Summary-only or Sensor-only mode.
I will add a dedicated option to disable USB scan in the next build.

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Reply 552 of 554, by feipoa

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OK, thanks.

Everest Home Edition doesn't have any issue with the NEC USB card, but I'm not sure if Everest is querying the same functions.

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Reply 553 of 554, by Mumak

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feipoa wrote on 2021-11-19, 12:18:

OK, thanks.

Everest Home Edition doesn't have any issue with the NEC USB card, but I'm not sure if Everest is querying the same functions.

I don't think it does.
Next build of HWiNFO will allow you to skip USB enumeration if you insert "UsbEnum=0" into the INI file. This option won't be exposed via GUI yet.