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I just bough this I am getting access violations while I am using this for monitoring with Logitech LCD. An example violation picture is attached.

 

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I tried running as administrator but same results. Also it seems to happen while running BF4.

 

My details:

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Aida64 4.60.3100

Logitech G13 LCD

 

Note that I was using MSI afterburner with Riva for a long time for monitoring without any issues.

 

Please help as LCD monitoring was the only reason I bought this.

 

 

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It may not be related to the Logitech LCD module at all, but more the generic hardware monitoring module of AIDA64. Please let me know what motherboard, CPU and video card(s) do you have, and whether you've got any external storage devices connected.

Thanks,

Fiery

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It may not be related to the Logitech LCD module at all, but more the generic hardware monitoring module of AIDA64. Please let me know what motherboard, CPU and video card(s) do you have, and whether you've got any external storage devices connected.

Thanks,

Fiery

 

Its a Lenovo Y510p laptop. CPU is i7 4700MQ and video is two GT755M in SLI. No external storage is connected.

 

Thanks.

 

Edit: Attached the lglcd file it helps to see what I am monitoring.

Aida64 2014-08-10.zip

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Thank you. Please right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> Video Debug --> nVIDIA GPU Registers. Copy-paste the full results into this topic (or attach it to your post as a TXT file).

Also right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> Video Debug --> nVIDIA SMBus Dump. Copy-paste the full results into this topic (or attach it to your post as a TXT file).

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Fiery

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------[ AIDA64 Extreme v4.60.3100 ]------

 

------[ Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 6.1.7601.18409 Service Pack 1 (64-bit) ]------

 

------[ Video Adapters ]------

 

nVIDIA GeForce GT 755M (Lenovo) [10DE-0FCD / 17AA-3800]

 

------[ Video Driver ]------

 

nvapi.dll: 9.18.13.4052

nvd3dumx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvd3dum||9.18.13.4052 - nVIDIA ForceWare 340.52|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052

nvd3dumx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvd3dum||9.18.13.4052 - nVIDIA ForceWare 340.52|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052

nvd3dumx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvd3dum||9.18.13.4052 - nVIDIA ForceWare 340.52|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052

nvd3dumx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvd3dum||9.18.13.4052 - nVIDIA ForceWare 340.52|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 @ mem D3000000 ]------

 

GPU Clocks   = 953 / 0 / 0 MHz

Memory Clock = 2700 MHz

 

GPU    Base Clock = 27000 kHz

Shader Base Clock = 27000 kHz

Memory Base Clock = 27000 kHz

 

nvidia-000000 = 0E70D0A2  [GK107]

nvidia-001218 = 00000000

nvidia-001538 = 800003FF

nvidia-001704 = 8007FFC1

nvidia-001714 = C007FFC2

nvidia-00E114 = 0000021C

nvidia-00E118 = 0000021C

nvidia-00E11C = 00000001

nvidia-00E120 = 03000000

nvidia-00E728 = 00000000

nvidia-00E820 = 01030305

nvidia-00E8A0 = 02010000

nvidia-020008 = 0000372A

nvidia-020014 = 05D903A5

nvidia-0200C4 = 000000D8

nvidia-0200C8 = 00000000

nvidia-0200D8 = 050000D8

nvidia-0200DC = 00000000

nvidia-020340 = 00000060

nvidia-020344 = 00000050

nvidia-020348 = 00000000

nvidia-020400 = 00000038

nvidia-022430 = 00000001

nvidia-022434 = 00000002

nvidia-022438 = 00000002

nvidia-02243C = 00000002

nvidia-022440 = 00000004

nvidia-022540 = 00000000

nvidia-022544 = 00000000

nvidia-022548 = 00000000

nvidia-022550 = 00000000

nvidia-022554 = 00000000

nvidia-088000 = 0FCD10DE  [GK107]

nvidia-08A000 = 0E1B10DE

nvidia-100714 = 00000303

nvidia-101000 = 8F40B494

nvidia-10100C = 8E013010

nvidia-10F290 = 11545A3B

nvidia-10F294 = 3CD50294

nvidia-10F590 = 03000304

nvidia-120070 = 00000001

nvidia-120074 = 00000002

nvidia-120078 = 00000001

nvidia-17E924 = E3000EFF

nvidia-300000 = 00000000

nvidia-310000 = 00000000

nvidia-700000 = 00000000

nvidia-7E0000 = EBBBAA55

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / ForceWare Properties ]------

 

Memory Type          = 8 (GDDR5)

Memory Bank Count    = 1

Memory Bus Width     = 128-bit

GPU / MC / VE Load   = 14 / 2 / 0

VPE Count            = 0

Shader Pipe Count    = 1

Shader SubPipe Count = 2

Total SP Count       = <unknown>

Total TPC Count      = 0

Total SM Count       = <unknown>

Core Count           = 384

Partition Count      = 2 (mask: 00000003)

Fan RPM              = <unknown>

Fan Duty Cycle       = <unknown>

Core Voltage         = 1100 mV

Current Pstate       = 0

Ventura State        = 0 (unsupported)

 

Physical Frame Buffer Size = 2096832 KB

Virtual  Frame Buffer Size = 2097152 KB

Total / Free Video Memory  = 2097152 KB / 1572220 KB

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / ForceWare Clocks (old) ]------

 

Perf. Levels   = 3

Active Profile = 2

 

curr-core/shader/mem-0 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 405 MHz

curr-core/shader/mem-1 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 800 MHz

curr-core/shader/mem-2 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 2700 MHz [Active]

 

orig-core/shader/mem-0 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 405 MHz

orig-core/shader/mem-1 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 800 MHz

orig-core/shader/mem-2 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 2700 MHz [Active]

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / ForceWare Clocks (new) ]------

 

Perf. Levels   = 1

Active Profile = 255

 

curr-core/mem-0 = 953 MHz / 2700 MHz

 

orig-core/boost/mem-0 = 980 MHz / 1019 MHz / 2700 MHz

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 @ mem D2000000 ]------

 

GPU Clocks   = 135 / 0 / 0 MHz

Memory Clock = 405 MHz

 

GPU    Base Clock = 27000 kHz

Shader Base Clock = 27000 kHz

Memory Base Clock = 27000 kHz

 

nvidia-000000 = 0E70D0A2  [GK107]

nvidia-001218 = 00000000

nvidia-001538 = 800003FF

nvidia-001704 = 8007FFC1

nvidia-001714 = C007FFC2

nvidia-00E114 = 0000021C

nvidia-00E118 = 0000021C

nvidia-00E11C = 00000001

nvidia-00E120 = 03000000

nvidia-00E728 = 00000000

nvidia-00E820 = 01030005

nvidia-00E8A0 = 02010000

nvidia-020008 = 000035F8

nvidia-020014 = 05D903A5

nvidia-0200C4 = 000000D8

nvidia-0200C8 = 00000000

nvidia-0200D8 = 050000D8

nvidia-0200DC = 00000000

nvidia-020340 = 00000060

nvidia-020344 = 00000022

nvidia-020348 = 00000000

nvidia-020400 = 00000026

nvidia-022430 = 00000001

nvidia-022434 = 00000002

nvidia-022438 = 00000002

nvidia-02243C = 00000002

nvidia-022440 = 00000004

nvidia-022540 = 00000000

nvidia-022544 = 00000000

nvidia-022548 = 00000000

nvidia-022550 = 00000000

nvidia-022554 = 00000000

nvidia-088000 = 0FCD10DE  [GK107]

nvidia-08A000 = 0E1B10DE

nvidia-100714 = 00000303

nvidia-101000 = 8F40B492

nvidia-10100C = 8F013000

nvidia-10F290 = 030E0E0A

nvidia-10F294 = 2C20C28B

nvidia-10F590 = 03000304

nvidia-120070 = 00000001

nvidia-120074 = 00000002

nvidia-120078 = 00000001

nvidia-17E924 = E3000EFF

nvidia-300000 = EBBBAA55

nvidia-310000 = 9F32E9D2

nvidia-700000 = 00000000

nvidia-7E0000 = F7FDFFFF

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / ForceWare Properties ]------

 

Memory Type          = 8 (GDDR5)

Memory Bank Count    = 1

Memory Bus Width     = 128-bit

GPU / MC / VE Load   = 2 / 0 / 0

VPE Count            = 0

Shader Pipe Count    = 1

Shader SubPipe Count = 2

Total SP Count       = <unknown>

Total TPC Count      = 0

Total SM Count       = <unknown>

Core Count           = 384

Partition Count      = 2 (mask: 00000003)

Fan RPM              = <unknown>

Fan Duty Cycle       = <unknown>

Core Voltage         = 812 mV

Current Pstate       = 8

Ventura State        = 0 (unsupported)

 

Physical Frame Buffer Size = 2096832 KB

Virtual  Frame Buffer Size = 2097152 KB

Total / Free Video Memory  = 2097152 KB / 1572220 KB

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / ForceWare Clocks (old) ]------

 

Perf. Levels   = 3

Active Profile = 0

 

curr-core/shader/mem-0 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 405 MHz [Active]

curr-core/shader/mem-1 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 800 MHz

curr-core/shader/mem-2 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 2700 MHz

 

orig-core/shader/mem-0 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 405 MHz [Active]

orig-core/shader/mem-1 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 800 MHz

orig-core/shader/mem-2 = 405 MHz / 0 MHz / 2700 MHz

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / ForceWare Clocks (new) ]------

 

Perf. Levels   = 1

Active Profile = 255

 

curr-core/mem-0 = 135 MHz / 405 MHz

 

orig-core/boost/mem-0 = 980 MHz / 1019 MHz / 2700 MHz

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / BIOS Info ]------

 

BIOS Version   = 80.07.A8.00.32

Signon Message = GK107 E2044 INT SKU VGA BIOS  

 

Bootup Core Clock   = 2684357 MHz

Bootup Shader Clock = 1095320 MHz

Bootup Mem Clock    =    0 MHz

 

Ref. Clock 4000 =      0 kHz =   0 MHz *4

Ref. Clock 4008 =      0 kHz =   0 MHz *4 [Memory]

Ref. Clock 4010 =      0 kHz =   0 MHz *4

Ref. Clock 4018 =      0 kHz =   0 MHz *4

Ref. Clock 4020 =      0 kHz =   0 MHz *4 [shader]

Ref. Clock 4028 =      0 kHz =   0 MHz *4 [GPU]

Ref. Clock 4030 =      0 kHz =   0 MHz *4

Ref. Clock 4038 =      0 kHz =   0 MHz *4

 

Core Clock     =    0 MHz

Shader Clock   =    0 MHz

Mem Clock      =    0 MHz

Geom. Delta    =    0 MHz

Core Voltage   = 0.00 V

Fan Speed      =    0 %

 

Core Clock     =    0 MHz

Shader Clock   =    0 MHz

Mem Clock      =    0 MHz

Geom. Delta    =    0 MHz

Core Voltage   = 0.00 V

Fan Speed      =    0 %

 

Core Clock     =    0 MHz

Shader Clock   =    0 MHz

Mem Clock      =    0 MHz

Geom. Delta    =    0 MHz

Core Voltage   = 0.00 V

Fan Speed      =    0 %

 

Core Clock     =    0 MHz

Shader Clock   =    0 MHz

Mem Clock      =    0 MHz

Geom. Delta    =    0 MHz

Core Voltage   = 0.00 V

Fan Speed      =    0 %

 

Core Clock     =    0 MHz

Shader Clock   =    0 MHz

Mem Clock      =    0 MHz

Geom. Delta    =    0 MHz

Core Voltage   = 0.00 V

Fan Speed      =    0 %

 

Diode Gain Mul        = 0

Diode Gain Div        = 0

Diode Offset Mul      = 0

Diode Offset Div      = 0

Diode Offset Bin Mul  = 0

Diode Offset Bin Div  = 1

Temp Compensation Mul = 0

Temp Compensation Div = 1

Max Div               = 0

 

Measured Temp Threshold (Raw)   = 0

Measured Temp Threshold (Int)   = 0 Celsius

Measured Temp Threshold (Float) = 0 Celsius

BIOS Temp Threshold             = 125 Celsius

 

Measured Diode Temp (Raw)       = 0

Measured Diode Temp (Int)       = 0 Celsius

Measured Diode Temp (Float)     = 0 Celsius

Diode Temp by ForceWare         = 38 Celsius

 

------[ NVAPI GPU Handles ]------

 

GPU Count = 2

 

GPU #1 = 00000100

GPU #2 = 00000700

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / Thermal Settings ]------

 

Sensor Count = 1

 

Sensor #0 / Controller   = GPU Internal

Sensor #0 / Target       = GPU Core

Sensor #0 / Current Temp = 56 Celsius

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / Thermal Settings ]------

 

Sensor Count = 1

 

Sensor #0 / Controller   = GPU Internal

Sensor #0 / Target       = GPU Core

Sensor #0 / Current Temp = 38 Celsius

 

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------[ AIDA64 Extreme v4.60.3100 ]------

 

------[ Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 6.1.7601.18409 Service Pack 1 (64-bit) ]------

 

------[ Video Adapters ]------

 

nVIDIA GeForce GT 755M (Lenovo) [10DE-0FCD / 17AA-3800]

 

------[ Video Driver ]------

 

nvapi.dll: 9.18.13.4052

nvd3dumx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvd3dum||9.18.13.4052 - nVIDIA ForceWare 340.52|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052

nvd3dumx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvd3dum||9.18.13.4052 - nVIDIA ForceWare 340.52|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052

nvd3dumx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvd3dum||9.18.13.4052 - nVIDIA ForceWare 340.52|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052

nvd3dumx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2umx||9.18.13.4052|||nvd3dum||9.18.13.4052 - nVIDIA ForceWare 340.52|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052|||nvwgf2um||9.18.13.4052

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / B00-CR1F = 00 ]------

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / B00-CR49 = 00 ]------

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / B01-CR1F = 00 ]------

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / B01-CR49 = 00 ]------

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / B02-CR1F = 00 ]------

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / B02-CR49 = 00 ]------

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / B03-CR1F = 00 ]------

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / B03-CR49 = 00 ]------

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / B04-CR1F = 00 ]------

------[ nVIDIA GPU #1 / B04-CR49 = 00 ]------

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / B00-CR1F = 00 ]------

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / B00-CR49 = 00 ]------

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / B01-CR1F = 00 ]------

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / B01-CR49 = 00 ]------

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / B02-CR1F = 00 ]------

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / B02-CR49 = 00 ]------

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / B03-CR1F = 00 ]------

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / B03-CR49 = 00 ]------

 

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / B04-CR1F = 00 ]------

------[ nVIDIA GPU #2 / B04-CR49 = 00 ]------

 

Total   :   12.7 sec

GPU1-B00:    2.0 sec

GPU1-B01:    0.7 sec

GPU1-B02:    0.6 sec

GPU1-B03:    1.9 sec

GPU1-B04:    1.2 sec

GPU2-B00:    1.9 sec

GPU2-B01:    0.7 sec

GPU2-B02:    0.6 sec

GPU2-B03:    2.0 sec

GPU2-B04:    1.1 sec
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Thank you for the dumps. We've tried to reproduce the issue on our nVIDIA GeForce based test systems, but without luck so far. We'll try to get a mobile GeForce system, in a hope that it would produce the same errors. Meanwhile, please try to update to the latest AIDA64 beta and the latest ForceWare release, maybe the issue will fix itself meanwhile :)

http://www.aida64.com/downloads/aida64extremebuild3114t0h8kqnryfzip

I'll let you know in this topic once we have more information on this issue.

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Thank you for the dumps. We've tried to reproduce the issue on our nVIDIA GeForce based test systems, but without luck so far. We'll try to get a mobile GeForce system, in a hope that it would produce the same errors. Meanwhile, please try to update to the latest AIDA64 beta and the latest ForceWare release, maybe the issue will fix itself meanwhile :)

http://www.aida64.com/downloads/aida64extremebuild3114t0h8kqnryfzip

I'll let you know in this topic once we have more information on this issue.

 

Thanks, I'll try this.

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Thank you for the dumps. We've tried to reproduce the issue on our nVIDIA GeForce based test systems, but without luck so far. We'll try to get a mobile GeForce system, in a hope that it would produce the same errors. Meanwhile, please try to update to the latest AIDA64 beta and the latest ForceWare release, maybe the issue will fix itself meanwhile :)

http://www.aida64.com/downloads/aida64extremebuild3114t0h8kqnryfzip

I'll let you know in this topic once we have more information on this issue.

 

So this one works fine. How do I replace the installed version with this beta? Just copy over?

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So this one works fine.

Thank you for the feedback.

 

How do I replace the installed version with this beta? Just copy over?

Yes, just copy over, let it replace any existing files. But first, close AIDA64 ;)

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