SIV by Ray Hinchliffe. 'System Information Viewer' is a general Windows utility for displaying lots of useful Windows, Network and hardware info - CPU info, PCI info, PCMCIA info, USB info SMBus info, SPD info, Machine Info, Hardware Sensors, Networked computers, Operating System Information and more. I use pcidevs.txt for the PCI devices, usbdevs.txt for the USB devices, mondevs.txt for monitor descriptions and pcmdevs.txt for PCMCIA device descriptions. SIV is designed for Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2008, 2003, 2000 and NT4. Windows 95, 98 and Me are also supported.
Added use of the ACPI _PSS method to evaluate and show the current CPU power levels. This works on many Core 2 and a few Pentium 4 systems.
Added the -NOSIVREG command line qualifier to tell SIV not to save information in the Windows Registry. When SIV is run from a DVD/CD or Removable Drive (USB Flash Drive) that is not the system drive the default is -NOSIVREG.
Added CPU Core, Disk Drive and Thermal Zone information to the -MONITOR mode logging file. Changed the format to be the same as for -TAG information.
Added -ENVLOG= and -EXCEL= to enable environment information logging and set the logging interval. The -EXCEL files are designed for viewing with Excel and similar. Added -MONLOG= to set -MONITOR mode and the logging interval.
Added the [ASUS Info] page which to shows the ACPIATK0110 sensor information.
Added support for ACPI Method Evaluations and the [ACPI Eval] page which shows these. If there is an issue with the ACPI method evaluation then the command:
siv -dbghal -save=[initial][acpi-hal][acpi-eval]=acpi.txt > acpi.log | more should be used to find and then report the ACPI method causing the issue.
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