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HWiNFO v5.91-3570 Beta released
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HWiNFO v5.91-3570 Beta available.

Changes:
  • Added support of Aquacomputer Quadro.
  • Added monitoring of additional UPS models.
  • Fixed Vcore and other voltage monitoring on MSI MEG Z390 ACE.
  • Added recognition of several NVIDIA RTX 2070 card models.
  • Added workaround for ASUS ROG STRIX B450/X470 boards with buggy WMI implementation.
  • Fixed monitoring of GPU usage on AMD Polaris series with later drivers.
  • Added support of Aquacomputer D5 Next.
  • Improved drive enumeration for AMD StoreMI.
  • Added preliminary support of Intel Comet Lake.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on GIGABYTE B450 series mainboards.
  • Reduced memory usage.
  • Enhanced support of AMD Vega12 and Vega20.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE II and WS Z390 PRO.
  • Added reporting of SMU Firmware Version for later AMD GPUs.
  • Added AMD Radeon RX 590.
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#2
Hi,

I just tried this newest Beta on my ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F and still can't get it to start.
Ryzen 5 2600 CPU, Windows 10 64-Bit.

The loading screen is stuck at "Detecting CPU#11"

The .DBG file ends with the following (both with the 64 and 32 bit version of hwinfo)


Code:
ASUS WMI
ASUS WMI - Method 1 Get error 80041002
ASUS WMI - Method 2 Get error 80041002
ASUS WMI - Method 3 Get error 80041002
ASUS WMI - Method 7 Get error 80041002
ASUS WMI - Method 8 Get error 80041002
ASUS WMI - Method 9 Get error 80041002
ASUS WMI VER


Let me know if I can help to debug this.
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#3
This is caused by a bug in the ASUS BIOS.
Try to upgrade the BIOS to the latest version. If that won't help, insert the following line at the end of the HWiNFO64.INI file:
AsusWMI=0
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(11-12-2018, 11:12 PM)Martin Wrote: This is caused by a bug in the ASUS BIOS.
Try to upgrade the BIOS to the latest version. If that won't help, insert the following line at the end of the HWiNFO64.INI file:
AsusWMI=0

I have already installed the newest BIOS (Version 1001) but with AsusWMI=0 the program starts just fine. Thank you very much! Smile


But I think I might have found a new issue:
I have my old 2.5" SSD connected via a SATA USB case. The drive is Bitlocker encrypted and not mounted (still encrypted) and hwinfo is stuck at reading the SMART values.
Without the drive hwinfo starts just fine.

Here's the last debug info

Code:
SAMSUNG SSD 830 Series [?:]
[PhDr2] SPT_ATA SMART Enable - OK
[PhDr2] SPT_ATA SMART Get Thld -
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#5
Please attach the full Debug File, so I can analyze that in more detail.
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#6
Sent you the file via PN.
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#7
Thanks. Unfortunately I'm not able to exactly determine why it happens nor how to fix this.
Strange about that drive is that it appears as if it would be connected to the NVMe controller (as the 970 one), which is not true. It responds to some commands, however the last SMART query fails and remains stuck in the driver. If you mount the drive, will HWiNFO start?
Perhaps trying to upgrade its storage driver might help..
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#8
The issue seems to be the SATA-USB adapter.

The problem also occured when I unlocked the SSD with bitlocker. So I also tested a different drive (not formatted) with the SATA-USB adapter and the same problem occured.

The adapter identifies as JM20336 sata usb combo and was included in an older external 2,5" HD case. For normal use it works just fine with automatically installed Windows 10 drivers, but I guess there's a problem with reading the SMART values.
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