Martin, the encoding now seems to work without activating UTF-8 regionally (7.03-4460), this is very good.
I had to disable UTF-8 completely, since software that I use to edit dbf files, could not open the data due to warnings about code page, as well as abnormal behavior in other gis software.
The situation with Crystaldiskinfo is much worse Martin, he does not detect any disc.
It is quite unexpected that the guys at AMD do not consider that the user, might want to check the SMART status of the disks, example.
Maybe in a future version, it could include the possibility for the executable to read both names hwinfo64_key.txt, hwinfo64.key.
This way it would not open a problem with the email attachments.
The interested user could then rename hwinfo64_key.txt to hwinfo64.key.
I change the focus of the post for a moment.
I already have my Martín license ;) , I have been using HWINFO for so many years that I no longer remember it.
Whenever I asked something in this forum, you have responded immediately, of course I will collaborate with you.
My name has an accent...
Hi Martin, thanks for developing HWINFO.
Yes I know ;), now I must buy a license to keep healthy HWINFO.
After installing AMD StoreMI, the storage information as well as the status icons are not displayed.
Hello Martin, in an old computer with windows server, hwinfo does not show disk readings/writes. In the Drive: section of Sensor Status. In other words, the Drive section is absent.
The readings/writes shows the SMART, for SSD. But for the WDC magnetic disk (WD1003FZEX-00MK2A0) it does not...