I attached the debug file and the HWiNFO64A.SYS file which is created in the temp directory.
The file sizes are too small to be so loud cracked head hdd and the program crashed.
When it starts crackling the hdd, volumes of files does not increase. So at this time no data is written. That is...
All sensors show correctly. I attached the debug file.
Problem with hanging on startup when selecting the "Debug Write Direct" option was left. Please fix it, because previously versions with this option the debug mode worked fine.
I ran HWiNFO / HP separately and compared the results.
1. There is correct: the CPU temperature, the front/rear fans.
2. There is incorrect: the CPU fan, the memory fan, the Ambient temperature.
I disabled the "Debug Write Direct" option and the HWiNFO program starts without...
I compared online HP Performance Advisor and HWiNFO.
1. The CPU temperature is correct.
2. Everything else shows is not true.
- The CPU fan: 687 rpm (HP Performance Advisor) and 176 (HWiNFO)
- The front fan: 689 rpm (HP Performance Advisor) and 945 (HWiNFO)
- The rear fan: 820 rpm (HP...
1. I have attached a screen shot from HP Performance Advisor. Memory fan = 0 (this module is not installed).
2. I run HWiNFO from a HDD.
3. I waited 1 minute, but the program hung on the analysis of the devices. The hard drive is very loud cracked heads.
1. The program is run in normal mode. I see a new sensor called "HP EC", but the values are not correct. I have attached a screen shot.
2. The program hangs at startup in debug mode. Hard drive clicks heads continuously. I have attached the debug file.
HP Performance Advisor show fan speeds.
It show too:
Type = 8
Marker = 53
Formatted length = 9
0000: 08 09 35 00 01 FF 00 00
Unformatted length = 13
0000: 50 38 20 43 50 55 30 20 [ P 8 C P U 0 ]
0008: 46 41 4E 00 00 [ F A N \0 \0 ]...
HP Workstation Z440:
1. Motherboard Model: Hewlett-Packard 212B
2. Motherboard Chipset: Intel C612 (Wellsburg-G)
3. OS Windows 10 Pro
4. HWiNFO64 v5.32 for Windows (Native 64-bit)
It's a problem: FANs don't show on the sensor status panel.
Only GPU FAN show.