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  1. Belarc Network Map #1-system with Win7 Ultimate 64bit w/SP1: IP Device Type Device Details Device Roles 192.168.1.1 Router Cisco Linksys DHCP Server, Gateway 192.168.1.100 Network Storage External00 (in WORKGROUP), Western Digital Apache Web Server, Samba Server, Browse Master 192.168.1.101 Network Storage External01 (in WORKGROUP), Western Digital Apache Web Server, Samba Server 192.168.1.102 Windows Workstation Chief01 (in WORKGROUP), Asus IIS Web Server, Samba Server 192.168.1.103 Physical Adddress **:**:**:**:**:** 192.168.1.104 Samsung The IP item 103 above is actually a Sharp Aquos LC-70UD1U Liquid Screen Television. The IP item 104 above is actually a Samsung BD-F7500/ZA Blu-Ray Disk Player. Both of these items are connected to my home network via ethernet cables as depicted in the television's operation manual, section: 'Connecting a Home Network (DLNA) Server". This connection allows the user to connect to the "My Music", "My Pictures", and "My Videos" folders on the computer. In my case the procedure also worked as outlined to connect to External01 in the WORKGROUP which contained folders: "Shared Music", "Shared Pictures", and "Shared Videos". The television's operation manual did not expand on DLNA so Google and Wikipedia provided an answer. DLNA = Digital Living Network Alliance (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance). To help get things setup I searched for and used: "How to Stream Digital Media From Your Windows 7 PC" at http://www.pcworld.com/article/245888/how_to_stream_digital_media_from_your_windows_7_pc.html as a starting point. (Though the article references Windows 7 the procedure also worked for Windows 8.1.) For Windows 8 specific see: http://topnettricks.com/windows-8-dlna-media-server/ Another article: "How to DLNA of Windows 7" at http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/bd/faq/DLNA.html There are many other source of information available with Google. I mention all this because I also used my registered copy of AIDA 64 Extreme Edition 4.00.2736 beta and found no mention of the two DLNA connected items and am wondering if DLNA and any connected items can or should be added to AIDA? As far as I could tell neither of the DLNA connected items have an option that allows for them to be made a part of the WORKGROUP though both have software included that can be updated by the user either online or via USB flash drive.
  2. Have the same motherboard - BIOS is 1404 - may make a difference. Also, the latest BIOS is 3301 if you go through the process of changing from ROM to CAP
  3. XP Pro w/SP3 > AIDA64v2.70.2200 Computer > Summary > DMI DMI System Manufacturer = System manufacturer DMI System Product = System Product Name DMI System Version = System Version DMI System Serial Number = System Serial Number Similar entries for DMI Chassis **** My system is homebuilt - are these DMI items not something I could change to indicate this is a homebuilt system? I did notice the same listings in previous AIDA versions - decided it was time to ask. Thanks.
  4. I have a Rampage IV Extreme > AIDA v2.50.2066 > Computer > Sensor: Cooling Fans CPU CPU2 Chassis #1 Chassis #2 Fan #1 Fan #2 GPU1 GPU2 These match with those I have connected to the motherboard.
  5. AIDA64 v2.50.2050 beta Recently downloaded Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit TechPreview 3.5 from Microsoft's download site. Program is compatible with XP, Vista, and Win7. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30424 The introduction states: The Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is designed to help prevent hackers from gaining access to your system. Checking the latest AIDA64 at Security > Windows Security there is no mention made of this program. Recommend you download and check this program to see if it should be listed.
  6. Have two each Radeon HD 6970's connected in CrossFireX and at the same place; Computer > Summary AIDA64 2.50.2025 beta shows four (4 ) video adapters, one 3D Accelerator, and two monitors
  7. Win7 Ultimate 64-bit w/SP1, installed Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 RC (4.5.50501) AIDA64 v2.50.2003 Beta > Operating System > Operating System > Components Version > .NET Framework = 4.0.30319.17626 built by: FX45RCREL is the above .NET Framework info correct as reported by AIDA?
  8. Windows 8 Public Preview will be available on 29 Feb 2012
  9. 1747 downloaded - ZoneAlarm is being listed
  10. AIDA64v2.00.1740 beta > Security > Firewall - Windows Firewall 5.1.2600.5589 Disabled System: XP Pro w/SP3 - have Windows Firewall turned off and ZoneAlarm Pro 10.0.250.000 installed. Software > Installed Programs > lists Zone Alarm Pro as being installed. Control Panel > Security Center > Firewall > On: ZoneAlarm firewall is currently ON. Why is ZoneAlarm Pro not shown in AIDA 2.00.1740 beta?
  11. Upgraded to AMD/ATI 11-9 drivers yesterday; also downloaded AIDA 1.85.1641 and had no problems with Display > OpenGL displaying items in XP Pro w/SP3 - have yet to check XP Pro x64 w/SP2 and Win7 Ultimate x64 w/SP1. Next day - booted into XP Pro x64 and Win7 Ultimate - Display > OpenGL had information listed.
  12. AIDA 1.85.1604 > Display > OpenGL displayed information as expected in XP Pro and Win7 Ultimate - fix works (for now, I guess, until Catalyst 11.9 comes out).
  13. AIDA64 v1.85.1600 Display > OpenGL > when selected the right pane goes grey - nothing listed OpenGL Extensions Viewer Version 4.00 (Build 61.0.0.0) from www.realtech-vr.com/glview/ lists OpenGL Version: 3.3 and Driver version: 6.14.10.11005 Catalyst 8.881 28-Jul-11 and Renderer: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series (I have two - Crossfire is selected). If more information is required or something else I can do - please let me know. Above was when I booted into XP Pro w/SP3 - Same indication from AIDA and Open GL Extensions Viewer when I booted into Win7 Ultimate 64-bit w/SP1.
  14. The ATI/AMD Radeon Crossfire forum is at: http://forums.amd.com/game/categories.cfm?catid=262&forumid=11
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