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Detecting hardware connected then run program with parameters

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Hey guys.

Ive got this laptop which has an intel gpu and a nvidia gpu which I switch around depending on what I need..

I overclock this nvidia gpu but problem is that these clocks disappear when I switch away from it.

Therefore I need a way to detect the GPU being "inserted" (it doesn't appear in device manager before it's in use)

I found something with WM_DEVICECHANGE in my googling and thru a script I got this info, which should be what happens when its toggled:

WM_DEVICECHANGE Message 537 arrived:
WPARAM: 0x8000
LPARAM: 0x1af588
   dbch_size = 238, dbch_devicetype = 0x5
   dbcc_classguid = 5b45201d-f2f2-4f3b-85bb-30ff1f953599
   dbcc_name = \\?\PCI#VEN_10DE&DEV_0A2B&SUBSYS_905A104D&REV_A2#4&4cefabd&0&0008#{5b45201d-f2f2-4f3b-85bb-30ff1f953599}
Device 1 - DevInfoData Size 28 - Device Setup Class GUID 4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318 - 2648
   Name: \\?\pci#ven_10de&dev_0a2b&subsys_905a104d&rev_a2#4&4cefabd&0&0008#{5b45201d-f2f2-4f3b-85bb-30ff1f953599}
   Device Instance Id:    PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A2B&SUBSYS_905A104D&REV_A2\4&4CEFABD&0&0008
   SPDRP_FRIENDLYNAME:    Not Found, Ret 0 ErrorLevel 0 13 The data is invalid. 
   SPDRP_DEVICEDESC:      NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M
   SPDRP_MFG:             NVIDIA
   SPDRP_CLASS:           Display
   SPDRP_SERVICE:         nvlddmkm
   SPDRP_ENUMERATOR_NAME: PCI
   SPDRP_PHYSICAL_DEVICE_OBJECT_NAME: \Device\NTPNP_PCI0036
   SPDRP_LOCATION_INFORMATION: PCI bus 1, device 0, function 0

Now I just need somehow to have a script that notices just this, then basically launches an exe twice, each with different overclock parameters.

I've seen some scripts that should do this with USBs being inserted but I simply cannot find anything that my noobness can figure out, so I was hoping some clever guy in here could help?

 

Thanks!

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Hi.

I don't have the HW to check, just as a start: Device Manager (reflecting various keys/vals in the Registry) can display all known, even not present devices:

  • open a CMD box
  • set devmgr_show_non_present_devices=1
  • start devmgmt.msc (from within this CMD box!)
  • in device manager, main menu, 3rd entry (maybe "views" in English) --> something like "show hidden devices"

 

That might give you a start to check, what's the difference in Registy / WMI status depending on what GPU is the "inserted" one.

Regards, Rudi.


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