So, I have an issue with having lots of hard drives and not being able to tell which one is which.
For example, I have 12 hard drives, many are the same make and model and size. I am unable to tell which one is which looking at AIDA64 storage reports.
The only uniquely identifying attribute as far as I can tell is the serial number found in the ATA report. However, this report does not tell me which logical drive this serial number is attached to.
Is there a way we can add a column on the logical drive report that has the physical hard drive serial number? Or a column on the physical drive report that includes the serial number and the logical volume letter?
Or maybe a new report that has the combined column fields so that the physical and logical attributes are together on one page so that the drives can be easily identified?
I attached a screenshot of what I mean. Drive 1, 2, and 3 are the same, can't tell which one is which as far as which one is drive F: and which one is drive G:, etc. Samething for drives 11 and 12, 4 and 5, and so on.
This mobo has CPU fan, but a large passive processor heatsink.
It also has two fan connectors: CHA and CPU.
If both fans are connected, aida displays cpu fan and chassis fan; but if one of them is not present or forcefully stopped by thumb, the remain fan always threats as cpu's. They have different velocities, so I can see how chassis fan "becomes" cpu's and back.
In additional, like http://forums.aida64...__fromsearch__1, fans are switched (checked by slightly manually decelerating).
Here is ISA sensor dump and sensors debug dump.