Intergraph Intense 3D Pro 2200

vlask

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Memory size wrong detected - its 16MB SDRAM, this tested card dont have optional texture memory module (can be 4/16MB). Think that cirrus detection is ok.

Card name is Intergraph Intense 3D Pro 2200.

Report and debug file in attachment.
 

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Martin

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Thanks for the report. Unfortunately I don't know how to detect the video memory size of the Intergraph card, so it reports the memory size of the Cirrus part.
Can you please attach contents of the following registry entries (with all subentries):
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DEVICEMAP\VIDEO
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video
You can use "regedit", navigate to the requested keys, then export them, ZIP and attach here.
 

vlask

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Attached em,
but - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video is little bit messy, as i see it contain data about all previous graphic cards and this is mine testing PC - so theres a lot of entries, youve got to search a little (can be found fast by searching "2200").
Btw - everest can detect memory size of this card, so it should be possible (or they just looking database of cards parameters...all these profi cards have same configurations)

Martin said:
Thanks for the report. Unfortunately I don't know how to detect the video memory size of the Intergraph card, so it reports the memory size of the Cirrus part.
Can you please attach contents of the following registry entries (with all subentries):
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DEVICEMAP\VIDEO
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video
You can use "regedit", navigate to the requested keys, then export them, ZIP and attach here.
 

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
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Thanks for the data. Could you please attach the dump of the following key too?
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\ControlSet001\Services\glzmpd\Device0
 

vlask

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Added whole key, theres more devices than 0.

Btw driver itselft detects these parameters...




Martin said:
Thanks for the data. Could you please attach the dump of the following key too?
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\ControlSet001\Services\glzmpd\Device0
 

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vlask

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Memory size is ok now, but still mising memory type - SDRAM and card name is unknown too. If they are not detectable, you should show them by detecting HW ID, if it is possible.
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
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I'm not sure what HW ID you mean, but the PCI SubSystem ID is 0 here, so I can't detect it based on that.
 

vlask

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Martin said:
I'm not sure what HW ID you mean, but the PCI SubSystem ID is 0 here, so I can't detect it based on that.
I mean by HW ID same way as drivers do it. Thought that every card have unique number.
This one have VEN_1091&DEV_00EB&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_40
and in drivers is detected like this....

Intense3D Intense 3D 2200 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00EB

whole detect part of inf file looks like this

[Intense3D.Mfg]
Intense3D RealiZm 2.0 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00E0
Intense3D RealiZm 1.3 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00E1
Intense3D RealiZm 1.3 Cub = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00E2
Intense3D Intense 3D Pro = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00E5
Intense3D RealiZm V2.5 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00E6
Intense3D RealiZm V1.3 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00E7
Intense3D Intense 3D 2200 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00EB
Intense3D RealiZm II 2.5+ = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00E91091
Intense3D RealiZm II 1.3+ = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00EA1091
Intense3D Intense 3D 2200S = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00EB1091
Intense3D RealiZm II 2.5 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00EC1091
Intense3D RealiZm II 1.3 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00ED1091
Intense3D Intense 3D 3200 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00EE1091
Intense3D RealiZm III 2.5+ = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00EF1091
Intense3D RealiZm III 2.5 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00F01091
Intense3D 34x0 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00F11091
Intense3D 3600 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00F21091
Intense3D 3510 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_0780&SUBSYS_00F31091
Intense3D 4105 = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_07a0&SUBSYS_01071091
Intense3D L2 Geometry Accelerator = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00A1
Intense3D L3 Geometry Accelerator = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00A3
Intense3D L4 Geometry Accelerator = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00A4
Intense3D L5 Geometry Accelerator = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_07a0&SUBSYS_01061091
Intense3D VGA (Cirrus Logic 5430/5440) = glzdd, PCI\VEN_1013&DEV_00AO&SUBSYS_00000000
Intense3D VGA (Chips and Technologies 65554) = glzdd, PCI\VEN_102c&DEV_00e4&SUBSYS_00000000

So you suggest that PCI\VEN_1091&DEV_00EB isnt unique, but some common id for generic hardware?

I added in attachment whole inf file
 

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