I often recommend my customers using Aida64 to collect information about the phone - to check for any problems and be able to help them further. Aida is absolutely amazing help here, but there is small problem...
Some people are just not fluent with smartphones and instructing them how to find locally created file is a great pain for both sides;
Answer for that - they are sending report as email to themselves. But right now the report is sent as email content, not .txt attachment.
And some people are having hard time copying and creating .txt file from this. I know, you may think it's surprising, but trust me, we're encountering this problem on daily basis. Sometimes they are copying only part of the text; Sometimes they are copying without newline symbols;
Option to send report as .txt attachment with email would be small and fast include, but would help hundreds of people.
In the name of our whole team - thanks for consideration!
I'm trying to make a batch file that will run AIDA64 (Buisness) and use the custom template ive created.
I furthermore want the report to be placed in a folder thats name after the Serial Number on the motherboard. (The file must also be named after the Serial Number.)
Sofar ive come up with:
for /F "skip=2 tokens=2 delims=," %%A in ('wmic bios get serialnumber /FORMAT:csv') do (set "serial=%%A") echo %serial% Start D:\AIDA64\Aida64.exe /CUSTOM C:\Users\Jeppe Helbo\Desktop\AIDA64project\fulrep.rpf /LANGEN /R C:\Users\Jeppe Helbo\Desktop\AIDA64project\Testmaskiner\%serial% /XML PAUSE But im not too great at creating batch files, so the above just runs the entire aida full report, and dont output it anywhere.
Does anyone have some insight on what im doing wrong.
Is there is any way to send reports from Android AIDA64 to log files on Android mass storage, or strictly to Windows PC (for example through adb)?
I need to create a database from 500 devices and I can't spend time on installing AIDA on every device, configuring email and sending these reports through email.
By broken pixel
Since updating to a x99 mobo & DDR4 AIDA64 no longer reports voltage from my DIMM slots or does it give me the option to add via the OSD items menu.
AIDA64 does report the temperatures on all four DIMM slots.
Asrock Extreme 11, 5930k @ 4.7GHz 1.
32GB of Dominator Platinum DDR4 @ 2666MHz 1.20v.
AIDA64 v5.70.3811 Beta