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[solved]  Aquasuite and WMI support
#41
(01-16-2015, 02:38 PM)Martin Wrote: It should be already working in the latest HWiNFO Beta v4.49 build 2385 Wink
Though there still might be some values not displayed by HWiNFO, but I expected this to be solved soon as well...

Ow nice! Big Grin  Will check as soon as I get home today!
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#42
If you see some values not reported by HWiNFO, then please:
- attach a screenshot of HWiNFO sensors and a screenshot of Aquaero showing those values
- and attach the HWiNFO Debug File
I can then attempt to determine how to decode those...
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#43
BTW any news on the LCDHost front?
LCDHost doesn't crash anymore, but can't read any values of HWinfo64 aswell...
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#44
(01-16-2015, 04:15 PM)Spekkie Wrote: BTW any news on the LCDHost front?
LCDHost doesn't crash anymore, but can't read any values of HWinfo64 aswell...

I'm afraid, no news Sad Nobody seems to maintain it anymore.
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#45
(01-16-2015, 03:27 PM)Martin Wrote: If you see some values not reported by HWiNFO, then please:
- attach a screenshot of HWiNFO sensors and a screenshot of Aquaero showing those values
- and attach the HWiNFO Debug File
I can then attempt to determine how to decode those...

I'm not sure if I'm doing things correctly... And if it all should work out of the box or needs some configuration...
The poweradjust gets recognized by HWiNFO, though no sensordata is shown.
I attached the 2 screenshots, but I can't seem to find the HWiNFO debug log anywhere...


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#46
Thanks, please create and attach the Debug File according to this: http://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-IMPOR...g-a-report

EDIT:
I think the PowerAdjust values are at the bottom of the screen (below the Network sensor, starting with "Fan Temperature"). It's because you have sensor reordering activated. You might try to restore original order, or move them up.
All values seem to be properly reported by HWiNFO except Fan Current. Is it constant 0.8 A ?
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#47
(01-17-2015, 04:31 PM)Martin Wrote: Thanks, please create and attach the Debug File according to this: http://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-IMPOR...g-a-report

EDIT:
I think the PowerAdjust values are at the bottom of the screen (below the Network sensor, starting with "Fan Temperature"). It's because you have sensor reordering activated. You might try to restore original order, or move them up.
All values seem to be properly reported by HWiNFO except Fan Current. Is it constant 0.8 A ?

You're absolutely right, I just figured that out as well and went back to tell to ignore my previous post, but as always you're too fast Wink
The current isn't 0.8 constantly, but there is a measurement calibration option in the aquasuite software (see screen below), which was set to -140 (whatever that is supposed to mean...). My guess is that HWiNFO just receives the "uncalibrated" value of the current...

One minor detail though, the poweradjust values only show up when debug mode is enabled...


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#48
You mean HWiNFO displays the PowerAdjust values only when you enable Debug Mode in HWiNFO ?
So without Debug Mode you don't see any PowerAdjust in HWiNFO, or only the sensor name ?
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#49
(01-17-2015, 06:05 PM)Martin Wrote: You mean HWiNFO displays the PowerAdjust values only when you enable Debug Mode in HWiNFO ?
So without Debug Mode you don't see any PowerAdjust in HWiNFO, or only the sensor name ?

Since pictures say more then words Wink
This is only the case when HWiNFO is started without debug mode. Once HWiNFO is started and you enable debug mode the values appear instantly, while if you disable debug mode again the values stay... Unless of course you restart HWiNFO.


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#50
So the first picture is when starting without Debug Mode and the second after enabling it, right ?
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#51
(01-17-2015, 06:48 PM)Martin Wrote: So the first picture is when starting without Debug Mode and the second after enabling it, right ?

Yup
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#52
Thanks, I think I found the bug Smile
Will fix it in the next build and let you know Wink
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#53
Downloaded the latest beta and Poweradjust values now work as advertised Wink
Thanks again for the awesome support! Big Grin
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#54
You're welcome Wink Sorry, that I forgot to notify you about the new Beta that fixed it.
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#55
I'm really sorry to say that HWiNFO64 5.02-2575 doesn't see my Aquaero 5 anymore.

I've upgraded from Windows 7 x64 to Windows 10 last night (no clean Install, just updated and kept all software, settings and stuff), but I think the reason could be that I upgraded Aquasuite from 2015-2 to 2015-6 as well and the Aquaero 5 Firmware to 2003.

Now I still can see my Aquastream XT in HWiNFO but not the Aquaero anymore.

I've already reinstalled HWiNFO but with no effect.
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#56
(08-02-2015, 09:24 AM)H_M_Murdock Wrote: I'm really sorry to say that HWiNFO64 5.02-2575 doesn't see my Aquaero 5 anymore.

I've upgraded from Windows 7 x64 to Windows 10 last night (no clean Install, just updated and kept all software, settings and stuff), but I think the reason could be that I upgraded Aquasuite from 2015-2 to  2015-6 as well and the Aquaero 5 Firmware to 2003.

Now I still can see my  Aquastream XT in HWiNFO  but not the Aquaero anymore.

I've already reinstalled HWiNFO but with no effect.

So you lost Aquaero  values after upgrading HWiNFO, or after switching to Windows 10.
Can you please attach the HWiNFO Debug File, so I can check more precisely why this happens ?
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#57
Hi Martin,

thanks for your quick reply.

I guess it happend because of the firmware update for my Aquaero, the same Version of HWiNFO worked fine with Windows 7.
I attached the debug file for  you.

Thanks a lot for your really great work!


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.dbg   HWiNFO64.DBG (Size: 640.19 KB / Downloads: 2)
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#58
Thank you, I'll try to fix this in the next build.
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#59
Please check if the new v5.03-2585 Beta fixes this problem.
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#60
The v5.03-2585 Beta seems to work fine, all my Aquaero Values are shown.
Thank you so much for your great work!
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