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File Name: AutoIt v3.3.9.15 Beta

File Submitter: Jon

File Submitted: 04 Aug 2013

File Category: Beta



3.3.9.15 (4th August, 2013) (Beta)
AutoIt:
- Added: DriveGetType() updated so that it can detect SSD, and also bus types (SATA, USB, etc.).

UDFs:
- Added: Graphic SmoothingMode constants (GDIPlusConstants).
- Added: _GDIPlus_CustomLineCapCreate, _GDIPlus_BitmapCreateFromScan0 functions.

- Changed: _GDIPlus_GraphicsGetSmoothingMode, _GDIPlus_GraphicsSetSmoothingMode functions.



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Jon,

FYI, DriveGetType correctly detects a set of 8 15Krpm SAS drives organized as 2 RAID arrays (Raid6 and Raid1) hooked to a top-notch Areca RAID controller (not a very common setup which I thought was worth testing). In fact I was merely testing Areca driver compliance with Win7 :thumbsup:

C: Fixed non SSD RAID
D: Fixed non SSD RAID
E: CDROM non SSD ATAPI
F: Removable non SSD USB
G: Removable non SSD USB


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beta ver came so fast  :thumbsup:


Invisible text... WAIT!!! you can see this text?!

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I get SSD string returned for every of the drives on XP SP2 installed few hours ago from the DELL's reinstallation CD on a computer bought in Montenegro the other day and currently used on a boat in some third country :D. I won't have access to that comp after today so if you want me to test something Jon make it today.

There are two drives one SSD and other which is not. SSD which I had in my purse is mine and I connected it using red cable after kind gentlemans that make me company for the past few weeks unscrewed side panel of this rather ordinarily looking PC chassis.


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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

It works fine for me on both Win7 64 bits computers (detects SSDs and non SSDs).

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I get SSD string returned for every of the drives on XP SP2 installed few hours ago from the DELL's reinstallation CD on a computer bought in Montenegro the other day and currently used on a boat in some third country :D. I won't have access to that comp after today so if you want me to test something Jon make it today.

There are two drives one SSD and other which is not. SSD which I had in my purse is mine and I connected it using red cable after kind gentlemans that make me company for the past few weeks unscrewed side panel of this rather ordinarily looking PC chassis.

 

Weird. I can foresee some situation where SSD isn't returned on some older SSDs (it's not a totally exact science on older drives). But for it to definately return SSD is unexplained.  Could you try a couple of tests please:

1. Try using a physical disk number rather than a volume name  (DriveGetType(0, 2)    DriveGetType(1, 2)   etc)

2. The "backup" check for SSD only works as administrator, so if you logon using a non admin account then that check will not fire, so see what output that gives.

Cheers.

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Weird. I can foresee some situation where SSD isn't returned on some older SSDs (it's not a totally exact science on older drives). But for it to definately return SSD is unexplained. Could you try a couple of tests please:

1. Try using a physical disk number rather than a volume name (DriveGetType(0, 2) DriveGetType(1, 2) etc)

2. The "backup" check for SSD only works as administrator, so if you logon using a non admin account then that check will not fire, so see what output that gives.

Cheers.

Using physical disk number I get two "SSD" strings. If that number represents what I think it is then that's consistent with the earlier results.

There is only one account and that's mine (admin).

If I use drive letters like originally I did then "SSD" is returned even for H: (with or without backslash) too which is DVD RW drive.

C: is SSD and XP is on F: which is on non-SSD.

edit: And help file examples look kind of weird, they miss "open this script" and instead have some undefined thing at that place. I took screenshot and when and if I figure out how to upload it from there I will post it. Damn thing won't connect to my phone.

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Well I suppose optical disks are solid state. They have no moving parts.

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Just to say that I was extremely intrigued by advertised ability to chech for SSD drives because I'm not familiar with any completely reliable way on how to do it.


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Well I suppose optical disks are solid state. They have no moving parts.

Same as floppies: disk and head(s). No moving parts, are you sure?


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You mean the setup where there's a normal notebook HDD, then a small (32 gig-ish) SSD in some kind of RAID configuration that's used as a cache drive through Intel's RST? Then yes, I have access to some HP 9470m's with that setup.

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I do have a Seagate hybrid as well and it's correctly profiled (again under W7).


This wonderful site allows debugging and testing regular expressions (many flavors available). An absolute must have in your bookmarks.
Another excellent RegExp tutorial. Don't forget downloading your copy of up-to-date pcretest.exe and pcregrep.exe here
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PCRE v8.33 regexp documentation latest available release and currently implemented in AutoIt beta.

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It correctly profiled a Seagate Hybrid drive along with a 3TB GPT data drive under Win7 x64.

Thanks,

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Same as floppies: disk and head(s). No moving parts, are you sure?

Floppies aren't optical disks. They are magnetic, like an HDD.

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Still they have a rotor motor spinning them and a motor to place head(s) at the required place. Optical or magnetic or hydro-plutonic is just a technological variation and many HDD are not magnetic only.


This wonderful site allows debugging and testing regular expressions (many flavors available). An absolute must have in your bookmarks.
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PCRE v8.33 regexp documentation latest available release and currently implemented in AutoIt beta.

SQLitespeed is another feature-rich premier SQLite manager (includes import/export). Well worth a try.
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Don't forget that CD/DVD drives focus the laser by moving the laser module up and down inside the assembly that holds it.


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