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Note: SPM = SensorPanel Manager, SP = SensorPanel

Current AIDA64 Version: v6.32.5620 Beta - Fresh Installation on 1/31/2021

Problem has been occurring for at least the last 4 Version releases, maybe longer. Most of the time I just shut AIDA64 completely down and ignore it all together as I am getting annoyed with trying to figure out what is the problem. This is the only program on my system that has any issues at all other than LGHub, which is just an absolute trash bin of code. 

System Specs - As displayed within AIDA64 for best program accuracy

 

CPU Type    OctalCore AMD Ryzen 7 3700X, 4400 MHz (44 x 100)

Motherboard Name    Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi)  (3 PCI-E x1, 2 PCI-E x16, 2 M.2, 4 DDR4 DIMM, Audio, Video, Gigabit LAN, WiFi)

Motherboard Chipset    AMD Bixby X570, AMD K17.7 FCH, AMD K17.7 IMC

System Memory    32677 MB

DIMM3: G Skill TridentZ F4-3600C16-16GTZNC    16 GB DDR4-3600 DDR4 SDRAM  (16-19-19-39 @ 1801 MHz)

Memory Device Properties    
Form Factor    DIMM
Type    DDR4
Type Detail    Synchronous, Unbuffered
Size    16 GB
Max. Clock Speed    3600 MT/s
Current Clock Speed    3600 MT/s
Total Width    64-bit
Data Width    64-bit
Ranks    2
Min. Voltage    1.200 V
Max. Voltage    1.200 V
Current Voltage    1.200 V
Device Locator    DIMM_A2
Bank Locator    BANK 1
Manufacturer    G-Skill
Serial Number    00000000
Part Number    F4-3600C16-16GTZNC
Memory Technology    DRAM
Memory Operating Modes    Volatile Memory
Firmware Version    Unknown
Module Manufacturer ID    CD04h
Volatile Size    16 GB

 

DIMM4: G Skill TridentZ F4-3600C16-16GTZNC    16 GB DDR4-3600 DDR4 SDRAM  (16-19-19-39 @ 1801 MHz)

Memory Device Properties    
Form Factor    DIMM
Type    DDR4
Type Detail    Synchronous, Unbuffered
Size    16 GB
Max. Clock Speed    3600 MT/s
Current Clock Speed    3600 MT/s
Total Width    64-bit
Data Width    64-bit
Ranks    2
Min. Voltage    1.200 V
Max. Voltage    1.200 V
Current Voltage    1.200 V
Device Locator    DIMM_B2
Bank Locator    BANK 3
Manufacturer    G-Skill
Serial Number    00000000
Part Number    F4-3600C16-16GTZNC
Memory Technology    DRAM
Memory Operating Modes    Volatile Memory
Firmware Version    Unknown
Module Manufacturer ID    CD04h
Volatile Size    16 GB

 

Display
Video Adapter    GeForce GTX 1080 Ti  (11 GB)
Video Adapter    GeForce GTX 1080 Ti  (11 GB)
Video Adapter    GeForce GTX 1080 Ti  (11 GB)
Video Adapter    GeForce GTX 1080 Ti  (11 GB)
3D Accelerator   nVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Monitor    Dell S2716DG (DP)  [27" TN LCD]  (#ASMAzu0ntsrd)
Monitor    Generic PnP Monitor [NoDB]  (J257M96B00FL)
Monitor    LG UltraWide (HDMI)  (2707242622)

Multimedia    
Audio Adapter    nVIDIA GP102 HDMI/DP @ nVIDIA GP102 - High Definition Audio Controller
Audio Adapter    Realtek ALC1200 @ AMD K17.7 - High Definition Audio Controller

Operating System Properties    
OS Name    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
OS Language    English (United States)
OS Installer Language    English (United States)
OS Kernel Type    Multiprocessor Free (64-bit)
OS Version    10.0.19042.746 (Win10 20H2 October 2020 Update)
OS Service Pack    -
OS Installation Date    6/19/2020
OS Root    C:\Windows

System Driver - As related to AIDA64

Driver Name    Driver Description    File Name    Version    Type    State
AIDA64Driver    FinalWire AIDA64 Kernel Driver    kerneld.x64        Kernel Driver    Running

 

*I believe that is all the the important information needed but ask if you need more.

 

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I recently upgraded my system from an Asrock X370 Taichi to a Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi). Although I do not really pay super close attention to everything I have noticed a couple things happening within AIDA64 SPM that stand out.

 

Note: (Only 4 images are used on this layout. 1 Background, 1 MSI, 1 EK Waterpump, 1 360 Rad) All images are PNG but that doesn't seem to matter as this happens with other image types as well.

1. Images loaded through SPM seem to randomly unload/disappear. At times even complete unload/disappearing of ALL images only leaving sensor elements loaded on the screen and only fixed when shutting down and restarting AIDA64. (SS attached)

 

2. This is just one I noticed since I like to have it shown on my SP Screen, but DIMM Voltage is missing from the SPM but shows in the main windows under Motherboard→SPD, just as it did on the X370. Not sure if other elements/sensors are not showing in SPM.

 

Capture.png is what happens after it completes its unloading/hiding(?) of all images then it throws the Thread creation error and completely freezes AIDA64, requiring a complete shutdown/restart which may or may not fix the issue. Sometimes on a restart of AIDA64 the problem will still be present, sometimes only sensor elements will show and sometimes only a few images will show on the sensor panel.

Capture 2.png is after 4 shutdowns and restarts of AIDA64. Each time a different image would be missing. in this one it was the MSI logo image in the Top Right. Tried several more restarts and it still doesn't show.

Also after this happens, AIDA64 does not allow you to view any information in the main window of the program. Selecting any option in any category (Summary, Computer name, DMI, IPMI, Overclock, Power Management, etc) will show you the Thread creation error as in the attached screenshot.

 

I really hope we can figure out what is wrong here and get it fixed. Seems to me it's a memory issue within AIDA64, but I am probably wrong as I do not know coding.

 

Thanks for your time.

 

Capture.PNG

Capture 2 Partial.PNG

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