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  1. Yes you are right, they are there. Type says "LPDDR4" though - shouldn't it technically display LPDDR4X or is this something not detectable?
  2. This is with the new HP Spectre x360 13 (Ice Lake model, AW000 series). It comes with 16 GB of LPDDR4X RAM running at 3733. An HP utility (see attached) shows the RAM info, but AIDA64 does not - SPD area is empty. Can you add support for LPDDR4X RAM?
  3. Here ecdump.txt isasensordump.txt
  4. The new HP Spectre x360 13 (Ice Lake model, AW000 series) has 2 fans that do not show up at all in the IDA Sensors section. Can you add support? Please let me know if you need dumps or anything. Attached an image from a BIOS utility showing that polling this info is possible.
  5. Let me know if there's any more info I can provide to help find a solution..
  6. 1. Right click status bar and make a dump, like Disk Debug -> Smart Dump. 2. Create a new folder somewhere using the browse dialog, and save the file there. 3. Close the dump window, try to delete the newly created folder via Windows Explorer. 4. The action can't be completed because the folder or a file in it is open in another program. Closing AIDA64 makes deletion possible.
  7. My theory appears correct. In aida64.ini, you can find this entry: HWMonSPItem=<ID>THDD1</ID> With the VHD mounted, if I re-add the SensorPanel item, this ini entry changes to THDD2. So the number after THDD corresponds to ORD in the SMART dump. Binding by ordinals won't cut it anymore, you should bind it my HDD serial, or something.
  8. It's still something you should really change for applicable websites. People clicking http links will be redirected to the https version, making that 2 network requests, instead of just 1 if you made it https to begin with.
  9. Thank you for the tip about the dumps. After looking at them, I believe I know what the issue is. When creating the VHD, it seems to set itself as the first device (ordinal A0001). I'm assuming this is how SensorPanel binds to the device, so with the VHD being set to the ordinal the Samsung SSD was, it breaks temperature display since VHDs obviously have no temperature. Attached is a comparison, left is before VHD creation, right is after.
  10. This link to Intel's website no longer works and needs updating (it no longer correctly searches for the product). Also, this link should be https. Looking in various AIDA64 pages, you really should change these links to use https where applicable.
  11. 1. Set up the SensorPanel and add the disk temperature to it. (I'm using my NVMe drive's sensor) 2. Open Disk Management in Windows and use Action -> Create VHD. 3. When created, it will automatically mount the disk, and the temperature widget will disappear. It's possible those steps may not reproduce the problem, let me know and I will try to narrow it down more.
  12. When's the next release coming (non-beta)?
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