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_Hermit_:

--- Quote from: Digi on January 22, 2020, 11:49:16 pm ---Many thanks. Now we need to understand why the types of devices with red question icons have not been detected.
Please download utility:
ftp://ftp.os2.snc.ru/pub/HwExplorer/resmgr.exe
run it:
resmgr.exe > resmgr.txt
 and send me resmgr.txt by e-mail (see address in readme.txt).

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Made and sent. There is still Merlin's PCI Hardware Sniffer report, but Pcidevs.txt from 16.05.2013. I didn't find anything newer.
Screenshot from the updated program.

Digi:

--- Quote from: _Hermit_ on January 23, 2020, 08:53:39 am ---Made and sent. There is still Merlin's PCI Hardware Sniffer report, but Pcidevs.txt from 16.05.2013. I didn't find anything newer.
Screenshot from the updated program.

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As I understand it, the screenshots from the previous post were made with the native kernel, and the last with the OS/4 kernel?
Please, send me resmgr.exe output witn IBM kernel to understand why you have red "?" instead icons.

By the way, here you can see how much better the tree of devices with the OS/4 kernel turns out. Much clearer and more logical.

Hardware Explorer does not use Pcidevs.txt file. Instead, the data is read from a more modern PCI.IDS and USB.IDS (see readme.txt).

_Hermit_:

--- Quote from: Digi on January 23, 2020, 11:22:23 am ---As I understand it, the screenshots from the previous post were made with the native kernel, and the last with the OS/4 kernel?
Please, send me resmgr.exe output witn IBM kernel to understand why you have red "?" instead icons.

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Both are made with OS/4 core. For the latter,  was replaced oemhlp.bpd. In the mail indicated. I'll do it with IBM later.

Tom:

--- Quote from: _Hermit_ on January 23, 2020, 08:53:39 am ---Made and sent. There is still Merlin's PCI Hardware Sniffer report, but Pcidevs.txt from 16.05.2013. I didn't find anything newer.

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On Hobbes you can find a newer version from 2018:

https://hobbes.nmsu.edu/?search=pcidevs

leads to

https://hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/util/system/pcidevs_20180114.zip

Dave Yeo:

--- Quote from: Tom on January 23, 2020, 05:39:33 pm ---
--- Quote from: _Hermit_ on January 23, 2020, 08:53:39 am ---Made and sent. There is still Merlin's PCI Hardware Sniffer report, but Pcidevs.txt from 16.05.2013. I didn't find anything newer.

--- End quote ---

On Hobbes you can find a newer version from 2018:

https://hobbes.nmsu.edu/?search=pcidevs

leads to

https://hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/util/system/pcidevs_20180114.zip

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The latest, updated most days, should be at https://pci-ids.ucw.cz/

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