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  1. Problems 1,2 & 4 solved, Thanx Bug3 is also on AMD Cezanne
  2. One of the problems is Borland ähm Embarcadero and its Delphi. AIDA64 is written in Delphi - Delphi 64 Bit compiled apps are huges (sometimes 25mb vs 2mb) and some functions wont work as in 32bit...
  3. Hi, AIDA64 6.33.5749 has several problems with ASRockRack X570D4U Mainboard: 1st it cant identify the Mainboard 2nd it cant access the IPMI (ASpeed AST2500) 3rd it cant read the Memory SPD (maybe because of the IPMI mutex) 4th some basic PCI-Devices (1022:790b & 1022:790e) cant be identified I tested it with Windows 7 PE (x32), Windows 10 (19044.1200) and Windows 11 (22000.160) Report.txt smbusdump_full.txt dmi_29.bin
  4. Here are some more minor "cosmetic" Updates for the PNP Database, esp. with the Windows 11 sysreq. : MSFT0101 - Trusted Platform Module 2.0 - ICON_Z_079 ACPI0010 - ACPI-Processor Container Device - ICON_Z_066 or ICON_Z_009 AMDI0005 - AMD MicroPEP - ICON_Z_009 AMDI0010 - AMD I2C - ICON_Z_009 USBC000 - UCM-UCSI - ICON_Z_101 (or 102/103)
  5. AIDA should identify the PCI-Devices of the current AMD Chipsets (3xx/4xx/5xx for Zen/Zen2/Zen3) inside the PCI-Device-Page but it doesnt! Problem: On a system with AMD B450 or X470 Chipset, AIDA shows the parts of the Chipset as "AMD Low-Power Promontory Chipset" instead of B450.... or X470 On a system with AMD A520 or B550 as "AMD 500-Series Chipset". Its "very" easy to display the right things - the first device of the chipset (USB XHCI) helps to identify the chipset: A320/B350/X370/X399: 43B9 - X370 USB XHCI 43BA - X399 USB XHCI 43BB - B350 USB XHCI 43BC - A320 USB XHCI This could/should be used for the other parts of the chipset 43B5/43B5/43B7/43B8 - SATA 43BD - SATA RAID 43B0/43B1/43B2/43B3 - SUP 43B4 - SDP B450/X470: 43D0 - X470 USB XHCI 43D5 - B450 USB XHCI This could/should be used for the other parts of the chipset 43C8 - SATA 43C6 - SUP 43C7 - SDP A520/B550: 43EC - A520 USB XHCI 43EE - B550 USB XHCI This could/should be used for the other parts of the chipset 43EB - SATA 43E9 - SUP 43EA - SDP SUP = Switch Upstream Port SDP = Switch Downstream Port So instead of Bus 2, Device 8, Function 0 AMD 500-Series Chipset - GPP-Switch Downstream Port Bus 1, Device 0, Function 1 AMD 500-Series Chipset - SATA AHCI Controller Bus 1, Device 0, Function 2 AMD 500-Series Chipset - Switch Upstream Port Bus 1, Device 0, Function 0 AMD 500-Series Chipset - USB 3.1 xHCI Controller AIDA should show: Bus 2, Device 8, Function 0 AMD B550 - GPP-Switch Downstream Port Bus 1, Device 0, Function 1 AMD B550 - SATA AHCI Controller Bus 1, Device 0, Function 2 AMD B550 - Switch Upstream Port Bus 1, Device 0, Function 0 AMD B550 - USB 3.1 xHCI Controller For the "missing" chipset 43ED AIDA should continue to use "AMD 500-Series Chipset" In Delphi this could look like: // AMD Promontory 3xx Chipsatz $43B0 : begin Result:=SubPCIName2('SB PCIe Port (Switch USP)','AMD PCIe USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName2(_SBAMD + PCICL_BUS_PCISWU, _SBAMD + 'USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); end; $43B1 : begin Result:=SubPCIName2('SB PCIe Port (Switch USP)','AMD PCIe USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName2(_SBAMD + PCICL_BUS_PCISWU, _SBAMD + 'USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); end; $43B2 : begin Result:=SubPCIName2('SB PCIe Port (Switch USP)','AMD PCIe USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName2(_SBAMD + PCICL_BUS_PCISWU, _SBAMD + 'USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); end; $43B3 : begin Result:=SubPCIName2('SB PCIe Port (Switch USP)','AMD PCIe USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName2(_SBAMD + PCICL_BUS_PCISWU, _SBAMD + 'USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); end; $43B4 : begin Result:=SubPCIName2('SB PCIe Port (Switch DSP)','AMD PCIe DSP', iH_BUS_PCIE); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName2(_SBAMD + PCICL_BUS_PCISWD, _SBAMD + 'DSP', iH_BUS_PCIE); end; $43B5 : begin Result:=SubPCIName1('SB SATA Controller','SATA'); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_STOR_SATA, _SBAMD + 'SATA'); end; $43B6 : begin Result:=SubPCIName1('SB SATA Controller','SATA'); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_STOR_SATA, _SBAMD + 'SATA'); end; $43B7 : begin Result:=SubPCIName1('SB SATA Controller','SATA'); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_STOR_SATA, _SBAMD + 'SATA'); end; $43B8 : begin Result:=SubPCIName1('SB SATA Controller','SATA'); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_STOR_SATA, _SBAMD + 'SATA'); end; $43B9 : begin _SBAMD:='X370 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; //ASM2016A $43BA : begin _SBAMD:='X399 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; //ASM2016B $43BB : begin _SBAMD:='B350 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; //ASM2016C $43BC : begin _SBAMD:='A320 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; //ASM2016D $43BD : begin Result:=SubPCIName2('Promontory SATA RAID Controller','Promontory', iH_DISK_RAID); if _SBAMD<>'' then SubPCIName2(_SBAMD + PCICL_STOR_SATA_R,'Promontory', iH_DISK_RAID); end; // Low Power Promontory 4xx Chipsatz $43C6 : begin Result:=SubPCIName2('SB PCIe Port (Switch USP)','AMD PCIe USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName2(_SBAMD + PCICL_BUS_PCISWU, _SBAMD + 'USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); end; $43C7 : begin Result:=SubPCIName2('SB PCIe Port (Switch DSP)','AMD PCIe DSP', iH_BUS_PCIE); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName2(_SBAMD + PCICL_BUS_PCISWD, _SBAMD + 'DSP', iH_BUS_PCIE); end; $43C8 : begin Result:=SubPCIName1('Promontory SATA Controller','Promontory'); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + 'SATA Controller','Promontory'); end; $43D0 : begin _SBAMD:='X470 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43D1 : begin _SBAMD:='B550A '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43D2 : begin _SBAMD:='Pro560 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43D5 : begin _SBAMD:='B450 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43D3 : begin _SBAMD:='?43D3 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43D4 : begin _SBAMD:='?43D4 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43D6 : begin _SBAMD:='?43D6 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43D7 : begin _SBAMD:='?43D7 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43D8 : begin _SBAMD:='?43D8 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43D9 : begin _SBAMD:='?43D9 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43DA : begin _SBAMD:='?43DA '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43DB : begin _SBAMD:='?43DB '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43DC : begin _SBAMD:='?43DC '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43DD : begin _SBAMD:='?43DD '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43DE : begin _SBAMD:='?43DE '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43DF : begin _SBAMD:='?43DF '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; // AMD 5xx Chipsatz $43E9 : begin Result:=SubPCIName2('SB ' + PCICL_BUS_PCISWU,'AMD PCIe USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName2(_SBAMD + PCICL_BUS_PCISWU, _SBAMD + 'USP', iH_BUS_PCIE); end; $43EA : begin Result:=SubPCIName2('SB ' + PCICL_BUS_PCISWD,'AMD PCIe DSP', iH_BUS_PCIE); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName2(_SBAMD + PCICL_BUS_PCISWD, _SBAMD + 'DSP', iH_BUS_PCIE); end; $43EB : begin Result:=SubPCIName1('SB SATA Controller','SATA'); if _SBAMD<>'' then Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_STOR_SATA, _SBAMD + 'SATA'); end; $43EC : begin _SBAMD:='A520 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43ED : begin _SBAMD:='???? '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; $43EE : begin _SBAMD:='B550 '; Result:=SubPCIName1(_SBAMD + PCICL_USB_XHCI31, _SBAMD + 'XHCI'); end; Report_B550.txt Report_A520.txt Report_B450.txt Report_X470.txt
  6. After installing my Radeon RX 6900XT there are some new PCI devices but AIDA64 cant identify them... 1002-73A4 - AMD UCM-UCSI Device [1002-73A4] [NoDB] 1002-73A6 - ATI/AMD USB 3.10 eXtensible-Hostcontroller – 1.10 (Microsoft) [1002-73A6] [NoDB] Report.txt
  7. Problem 1 - solved Problem 2-4 open Btw there is the Windows shipped IPMI device driver installed ... ipmiaccessdump.txt ipmidump.txt isasensordump.txt smbusdump_full.txt
  8. AIDA64 incl. v6.25.5400 has some problems with my EPYC system: - wrong identification of EPYC integrated XHCI - no access to IPMI onboard - no sensor data (FANs) - no DIMM data System: AMD EPYC 7251 ASRockRack EPYCD8-2T/Rev 2 (BIOS P2.50) Windows 20H1 (19041.172) Problem 1: PCI Database problem - PCI\VEN_1022&DEV_145F is shown as "AMD K17 - Reserved" but it's the EPYC integrated XHCI Problem 2: The ASRockRack EPYC8D-2T(Rev 2) has onbaord IPMI based on ASPEED AST2500 but AIDA64 cant get any data from it Problem 3: AIDA64 wont display any FAN data from the sensor chip Problem 4: AIDA64 cant read DIMM Data (SPD) epyc.txt
  9. On my AMD Picasso based system: AIDA64 6.20.5331 detects 1022:15E5 as an AMD SATA Controller even if its PCI Class 0C0330 (but shows correct ICON for USB). AIDA should identify it as "AMD K17.1 - USB xHCI Controller" AIDA_Bug_K17M1_Rep.txt
  10. Maybe this is because of reading the wrong file for its version! If you just get the version of C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MsMpEng.exe - on my system it get 4.18.1902.5 But if I follow the path from Registry ( HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Defender\ String "InstallLocation" I get an other path -> "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows Defender\platform\4.18.1906.3-0\" Inside this "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows Defender\platform\4.18.1906.3-0\" is an other "MsMpEng.exe" with version 4.18.1906.3 - same version is reportet by Windows Defender Info Box BUT: AIDA64 displays correct file version at the Anti-Spyware page !?!?!
  11. It is possible to access Windows Defender Status using WMI …. https://docs.microsoft.com/de-de/previous-versions/windows/desktop/defender/msft-mpcomputerstatus But I'm not sure if AIDA64 (32Bit APP) could use Windows Defender WMI (64 Bit DLL - C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\ProtectionManagement.dll )
  12. AIDA64 shows some strange DeviceIcons for common devices ? Example: any AMD CPU - AIDA64 displays ICON_Z_099 instead of ICON_Z_066. Solution: if Copy(DEVICEIDSTRINGORWHATEVER, 0 , 15)='AUTHENTICAMD_-_' then displayicon:=ICON_Z_066; // like "AuthenticAMD_-_AMD64_Family_23_Model_17_-_AMD_Athlon_200GE_with_Radeon_Vega_Graphics_____" for Intel it should be something like: if Copy(DEVICEIDSTRINGORWHATEVER, 0 , 15)='GENUINEINTEL_-_' then displayicon:=ICON_Z_066; More DeviceIDs and possible Icons: AMDI0030 & AMDIF030 (AMD GPIO) - ICON_Z_077 ASD0001 - ICON_Z_009 HPQ8001 - ICON_Z_045 UEFI - ICON_Z_009
  13. AIDA, 6.00.5122, is unable to identify serveral new Windows SKUs, incl. Windows 10 IoT Enterprise (0xBC). AIDA reports Windows 10 Professional instead of Windows 10 IoT Enterprise ….. I added the ntdef.h from Windows 18362 SDK with the current definitions; some pictures and reports AIDA_Report_PCI.txt AIDA_BUG_Win10_iot_ent - boinc_stdoutdae.txt AIDA_BUG_Win10_iot_ent - ntdef.h
  14. Only 1 Question left: Why is it working on NT 5.x but not on NT 6.x ? AIDA64 4.7 on NT 6.1 and my small not finished delphi tool: and the current Beta : so its working now ....
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