New beta version

Discussion in 'ATI Tray Tools Public Beta Section' started by Ray Adams, Dec 6, 2006.

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  1. Decane

    Decane Ancient Guru

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    Ok, great! Thanks a lot. :)
     
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    Does the beta version control the fan speed of both cards in crossfire mode?
     
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    - deleted... by Ray Adams. Fill up your system or just write what OS do you use (in next time of course)
     
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  4. Ray Adams

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    As I told before. I will delete any post without system information!!!
     

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    Sorry about that.

    Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit
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    Radeon x700 Pro 256MB AGP with Cat. 7.4 drivers.
    DirectX 10 with April 2007 DLLs

    Anyway, ATT is giving File access denied. messages across the screen and piling up in the bottom right corner. I'm using a protected Admin account when I see this, but when I run ATT with run as admin it works fine. EDIT: The previous version worked fine without admin rights.
     
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  6. Ray Adams

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    What is it? ATT needs no administrative rights, only installation procedure and "low level driver" util. Can you give me more info which files affected? Just the name.
     
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    A Protected Administrator (MS named it and it stuck with me) is a Administrator account that uses UAC in which it elevates permissions for the application to use administrative rights.
    Now then, the install runs fine, it's the running of ATT itself which brings the problem. I run ATT normally (no admin rights) and after a while, "File access denied." error boxes start popping up every second or two. Now that I think about it, it could be trying to write to a log file in that which is now somehow admin restricted.

    EDIT: Found the file with Process Monitor, and I wasn't surprised at it. It was the "hwmon.log" since I set ATT to log my Environment Temperatures. And I was able to solve that problem by setting the file's permissions to allow writing and modifying for Users.
     
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    Hmmm. Intresting information. I will change code to avoid this error! In Vista application should'nt write to Programs folder.
     
  9. ZombieBunny

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    Im getting these weird blackscreen lockups in D3D games when having ATT (both the stable and beta) installed, works fine with the ati CCC. Its like the screen locks up and a few seconds later the monitor turns blank. Have to reboot.

    This is with 7.3 and 7.4 drivers only, 7.2 and below I havent encountered this issue. Anyone else suffered from this and/or know any solutions or whats causing it?

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    Just curious if there is an ETA on when the AVIVO colors will be supported for DVI monitors? Thanks.
     

  11. Ray Adams

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    When I will have DVI monitor :)
     
  12. Guz

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    Tried the 1040 beta and as soon as i click manage profiles i get an error. Installed previous 1034 and it works fine.
     
  13. Zuul

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    Then maybe I'll have to send you one! ;)
     
  14. Ray Adams

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    Which profiles? Games? 3D?
     
  15. Guz

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    Sorry for not being clear, it was Games.
     

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    Make backup of profiles (in general settings) and send it to me by email traytools(a)guru3d.com
     
  17. Guz

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    Now it says it cannot open the file and cannot find it. This is when trying to backup my game profiles...
     
  18. Ray Adams

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    Reinstall ATT
     
  19. Dwarden

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    since version 40 and 41 i seems to get more and more sudden OS crashes
    when eithe starting D3D game with ATT profile or Alt+tabbing in/out such game

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    I have no such issues in WinXP and Vista. So I have no idea whats wrong in your system. May be its time to clean up your system? :)
     
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