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Port numbers and devices
#1

Is there a way to get information about 
all port numbers, bus, target, LUN and what devices are connected to those port numbers?

For example:
The event log shows following error:

MiniportEventDescription: AhciPortErrorRecovery
  PortNumber: 0
  Bus: 0
  Target: 0
  LUN: 0


However, I have difficulties figuring out what device is connected to port number 0

I am sure I am overlooking a feature, but which one...

Thanks!
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#2

(11-04-2019, 04:46 AM)siwul69 Wrote:  Is there a way to get information about 
all port numbers, bus, target, LUN and what devices are connected to those port numbers?

For example:
The event log shows following error:

MiniportEventDescription: AhciPortErrorRecovery
  PortNumber: 0
  Bus: 0
  Target: 0
  LUN: 0


However, I have difficulties figuring out what device is connected to port number 0

I am sure I am overlooking a feature, but which one...

Thanks!
Select Hardware, Devices, expand "Disk drivers" and check each entity.

[Image: AhciPortErrorRecovery.png]
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#3

(11-04-2019, 09:07 AM)gtopala Wrote:  
(11-04-2019, 04:46 AM)siwul69 Wrote:  Is there a way to get information about 
all port numbers, bus, target, LUN and what devices are connected to those port numbers?

For example:
The event log shows following error:

MiniportEventDescription: AhciPortErrorRecovery
  PortNumber: 0
  Bus: 0
  Target: 0
  LUN: 0


However, I have difficulties figuring out what device is connected to port number 0

I am sure I am overlooking a feature, but which one...

Thanks!
Select Hardware, Devices, expand "Disk drivers" and check each entity.

[Image: AhciPortErrorRecovery.png]


Sorry, to be frank, I checked that item already before posting, but eh .. port#, bus, target, lun where to find them?

Or are these items labelled differently?

For example, take the below.
   

Can I find out the device it is referring to ?
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#4

(11-05-2019, 11:18 AM)siwul69 Wrote:  
(11-04-2019, 09:07 AM)gtopala Wrote:  
(11-04-2019, 04:46 AM)siwul69 Wrote:  Is there a way to get information about 
all port numbers, bus, target, LUN and what devices are connected to those port numbers?

For example:
The event log shows following error:

MiniportEventDescription: AhciPortErrorRecovery
  PortNumber: 0
  Bus: 0
  Target: 0
  LUN: 0


However, I have difficulties figuring out what device is connected to port number 0

I am sure I am overlooking a feature, but which one...

Thanks!
Select Hardware, Devices, expand "Disk drivers" and check each entity.

[Image: AhciPortErrorRecovery.png]


Sorry, to be frank, I checked that item already before posting, but eh .. port#, bus, target, lun where to find them?

Or are these items labelled differently?

For example, take the below.


Can I find out the device it is referring to ?

Did you check Location?
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#5

Ai!
Ahum ... Blush Blush

I didn't ask that last question, right?

Thanks a lot!
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#6

Sorry!

I have to confess...

I do feel a bit uneasy to ask again, but I am still a bit confused: Windows event log shows entries with an error and other entries with just "Information"
When comparing these entries, specifically with regards to the port numbers, etc. I am unable to exactly 'match' those with SIW data.
Maybe you can shed some light on it?

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see: [Image: n2hCSH1.png]


I combined some small parts of the imgur-screenshot, see below.

   
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#7

(11-09-2019, 03:54 AM)siwul69 Wrote:  Sorry!

I have to confess...

I do feel a bit uneasy to ask again, but I am still a bit confused: Windows event log shows entries with an error and other entries with just "Information"
When comparing these entries, specifically with regards to the port numbers, etc. I am unable to exactly 'match' those with SIW data.
Maybe you can shed some light on it?

-
see: [Image: n2hCSH1.png]


I combined some small parts of the imgur-screenshot, see below.

The SCSI interface doesn't define a port: http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/SCSI-2.4-HOWTO/scsiaddr.html

Try to find the problematic devices(s) using GUIDs.

[*]Please post a SIW screenshot showing the Devices -> DVD/CR-ROM device
[*]Please post a screenshot from Windows Device Manager.
[/ul]
[Image: dvd-location.png]
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#8

Thanks for getting back on this.

Please find details as per screenshots below.

   

   

   

I do think there is something wrong with Windows and drivers and so on. As I am checking out the event log more deeply now, I have discovered that Windows generates a lots of Event Log errors (500, 502, 507) for instance when powering on the printer, insert a cardreader, mount an encrypted container.
All is working fine, but so many errors, sometimes 4-5-6x per second, that's weird ...
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