Would it be possible to add the "divide value by" feature from the traybar to the OSD?
I have an old Innovatek Flowmeter Pro 3.6, that gives out a signal of 2700 RPM for a flow of a liter per hour. I can divide that value by 45 on the system tray to get the correct liters per hour shown in the...
Yesterday I swapped the two hard drives with the optical drives (now all hard drives are on the z97 controller and both optical drives are connected to the ASMedia controller). That solved the problem for me. HWiNFO is no longer complaining and I can use the hard disk detection without the...
I installed the newest ASMedia drivers for the controller this evening, release date was 10/2015. Can´t see any improvement with them.
Tomorrow I will try to swap the hard drives with the optical drives. Today it is too late for that - Gute Nacht. :)
You are right, they are both connected to the ASMedia controller (asstor64). I confused the numbers of the sata-ports (they are all black) and thought, that the two lower ones would belong to intels Z97 Controller and the upper ones to the ASMedia controller. It is the other way around.
Disabling the drive scan prevents the bug from showing up. :)
But it is still a little confusing why it hits this two hard drives and not the newer ones. Is it because they are old (maybe missing features) or are maybe the used SATA-ports on the mainboard the culprit? I´ll play around a bit...
thanks for your help. I made a new debugfile with v 5.10-2700 and uploaded it to this post.
The harddrives disappear during the "detecting IDE/SATA drives" phase of the HWiNFO startup.
I installed the intel RST software, but it didn´t help.
I found a rather unusual problem with HWiNFO64.
I have four harddrives and one SSD in my system
Seagate ST3000VX0000-1CU1 (3 TB)
Hitachi HDS722020ALA330 (2 TB)
Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500 GB
WD WD4003FZEX (WD Black 4 TB)
WD WD40EFRX (WD Red 4 TB)
and during startup HWiNFO...