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We've added support for Yoctopuce monochrome OLED displays, as listed at: Yoctopuce USB Displays You can enable the LCD device from AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / LCD. The only thing needed to enable this feature is copying the 32-bit YAPI.DLL file from the latest C++ YoctoLib ZIP package (you can find the file in the Binaries/windows/yapi folder inside the ZIP package) to AIDA64 installation folder, and the display to be connected to a USB port. You can verify if your device is made by Yoctopuce by finding the device on the Devices / USB Devices page in AIDA64, and checking its Device ID. It should be one of the following IDs: 24E0-002D 24E0-002F 24E0-0030 It is recommended to use the latest firmware for your display. You can update the firmware using VirtualHub. You can find the new AIDA64 beta update at: http://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta Please let us know if you find any difficulties enabling or using this new feature. Also let us know if you've got another kind of LCD or VFD device that is currently unsupported by AIDA64. BTW, Samsung SPF Digital Photo Frames and Futaba MDM166A VFD are also supported now by the latest AIDA64 beta. Regards, Fiery
What we've just rolled out with AIDA64 v4.60 is only the first wave of new LCD and VFD devices. If you consider interface, protocol, controller and all other variables, there are literally hundreds of different LCD/VFD devices out there. We're already working on a number of new devices (Acer Idea 500, AX206-based firmware-hacked DPF, ct-Mausekino, Cwlinux, Futaba MDM166A, picoLCD, SoundGraph iMon UltraBay LCD, Sure Electronics, Trefon, Yoctopuce, etc) that will be added during the next few weeks, and then a lot more is coming. We're collecting ideas on which displays to support next, so feel free to let us know what display you've got, or what display you want to see being supported by AIDA64. Make sure to state display manufacturer, display model, interface (USB, serial, parallel, I2C, etc), and if possible, show us the device you've got by posting a link to the product page or a hardware review. If your unsupported LCD/VFD uses USB connection, please post a USB dump of it: right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 v4.60 --> System Debug --> USB Dump. Copy-paste the full results into this topic. Regards, Fiery