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  1. Dear friend, thank you very much for this information! After a lot of researching I found this wonderful freeware tool: " Belkasoft Live RAM Capturer is a tiny free forensic tool that allows to reliably extract the entire contents of computer’s volatile memory – even if protected by an active anti-debugging or anti-dumping system " https://belkasoft.com/ram-capturer - Indeed this forensic software is dumping more than just RAM! My laptop has 16 GB RAM - 16384 MB ( 0x400000000 bytes ) but these dumps are 0x42F000000 bytes, 17136 MB. Then I just searched through this dump for B
  2. I am not sure if ULPS is a problem, because "Wake GPUs up at AIDA64 startup" is enabled so the GPUs should have left the low power state. Probably its just harder to extract VGABIOS from laptops and another approach is required... Thank you very much for your detailed reply, Fiery. The last thing which I don't understand: if AIDA64 can't extract VGABIOS from R5 M230 card, please tell - how and from where AIDA64 gets this information below? Your answer to this question may help me to advance in research, and I promise to share all the findings with you in case of success
  3. Thank you very much for your reply, Fiery! 2) when AIDA64 successfully finds two or more GPUs with flash BIOS readout, - will it try to save the flash BIOS contents into one or more .ROM files for all these GPUs? Or AIDA64 will save the contents only for one of these GPUs and will instantly exit "vbios dump" function without even trying to dump the video BIOS files for the rest of successfully found GPUs? Please could you check it? 4) in my situation AIDA64 successfully dumps flash BIOS for chipset integrated GPU ( HD 8650G ), but looks like it does not even try to du
  4. Good day! I have Lenovo G505S laptop with integrated + discrete graphics: HD 8650G integrated GPU (part of A10-5750M APU) and R5 M230 discrete GPU "AMD Dual Graphics" feature is currently disabled, so these two GPUs are not "merged to one" and are separately detected by Windows 7 x86_64 SP1. This setup is very similar to dampflokfreund's : After following your great advice from ^ this thread ( choose "Wake GPUs up at AIDA64 startup" at AIDA64 Preferences / Stability ) AIDA64 separately detects my integrated and discrete GPU, - and outputs this advanced technical information fo
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