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The following command-line options can be used to make AIDA64 more stable when a hardware incompatibility issue occurs:



Using this option the most common hardware incompatibility issues can be avoided by disabling low-level PCI, SMBus and sensor scanning. In network audit this option should be used in all cases to make sure AIDA64 does not cause system instability.



Using this option all common hardware incompatibility issues can be avoided. When this option is used, AIDA64 will not load its kernel drivers, and so all low-level hardware access features get disabled.



Using this option an Iomega Zip drive related issue ("Subject aida64.exe - Drive Not Ready / Body: The drive is not ready for use; it's door may be open") can be avoided. This problem may occur only on Windows NT 4.0 systems.

Available in the following products:
AIDA64 Business
AIDA64 Engineer
AIDA64 Network Audit

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