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Reporting really everything
#1

Up front, I know about the reporting (File->Create Report)

Am I correctly assuming that it does not report really, really everything?
I mean to say: is it correct that SIW may show things on screen that aren't in the report?

For example, let say I select 'Battery and Power Policy' (left tree)
and in the right window panel, right click on 'Balanced' or 'Power' and then expand all.

Within the text report, when searching for (in this example) "Primary NVMe' there are no hits.

So, I guess this is not within the report then?
The reporting skips this, probably to avoid a report of 1,000 pages? I don't know.

I stumbled over this whilst checking the power management settings, in my case being set to 'High Performance'.

So far, within Windows Power Management, I have saved a screenshot of the settings, for future reference, i.e. how to set it in case of a fresh install.
In SIW the settings are nicely listed on screen. However, I -think- the settings are not in the report?

Thanks!
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#2

(11-22-2018, 02:47 AM)siwul69 Wrote:  Up front, I know about the reporting (File->Create Report)

Am I correctly assuming that it does not report really, really everything?
I mean to say: is it correct that SIW may show things on screen that aren't in the report?

For example, let say I select 'Battery and Power Policy' (left tree)
and in the right window panel, right click on 'Balanced' or 'Power' and then expand all.

Within the text report, when searching for (in this example) "Primary NVMe' there are no hits.

So, I guess this is not within the report then?
The reporting skips this, probably to avoid a report of 1,000 pages? I don't know.

I stumbled over this whilst checking the power management settings, in my case being set to 'High Performance'.

So far, within Windows Power Management, I have saved a screenshot of the settings, for future reference, i.e. how to set it in case of a fresh install.
In SIW the settings are nicely listed on screen. However, I -think- the settings are not in the report?

Thanks!
Please check Tools -> Options menu https://www.gtopala.com/siw/tools.php#options
Select "Detailed Reports" and select which items you want in report.
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#3

(11-22-2018, 08:07 AM)gtopala Wrote:  
(11-22-2018, 02:47 AM)siwul69 Wrote:  Up front, I know about the reporting (File->Create Report)

Am I correctly assuming that it does not report really, really everything?
I mean to say: is it correct that SIW may show things on screen that aren't in the report?

For example, let say I select 'Battery and Power Policy' (left tree)
and in the right window panel, right click on 'Balanced' or 'Power' and then expand all.

Within the text report, when searching for (in this example) "Primary NVMe' there are no hits.

So, I guess this is not within the report then?
The reporting skips this, probably to avoid a report of 1,000 pages? I don't know.

I stumbled over this whilst checking the power management settings, in my case being set to 'High Performance'.

So far, within Windows Power Management, I have saved a screenshot of the settings, for future reference, i.e. how to set it in case of a fresh install.
In SIW the settings are nicely listed on screen. However, I -think- the settings are not in the report?

Thanks!
Please check Tools -> Options menu https://www.gtopala.com/siw/tools.php#options
Select "Detailed Reports" and select which items you want in report.

Sorry for the delay...

Many thanks. 

No doubt I am overlooking something - please could you assist where to find 
- Power - sleep settings 
and
- Network adapter settings

(see attachment)

Thanks again.


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#4

(12-16-2018, 01:37 AM)siwul69 Wrote:  
(11-22-2018, 08:07 AM)gtopala Wrote:  
(11-22-2018, 02:47 AM)siwul69 Wrote:  Up front, I know about the reporting (File->Create Report)

Am I correctly assuming that it does not report really, really everything?
I mean to say: is it correct that SIW may show things on screen that aren't in the report?

For example, let say I select 'Battery and Power Policy' (left tree)
and in the right window panel, right click on 'Balanced' or 'Power' and then expand all.

Within the text report, when searching for (in this example) "Primary NVMe' there are no hits.

So, I guess this is not within the report then?
The reporting skips this, probably to avoid a report of 1,000 pages? I don't know.

I stumbled over this whilst checking the power management settings, in my case being set to 'High Performance'.

So far, within Windows Power Management, I have saved a screenshot of the settings, for future reference, i.e. how to set it in case of a fresh install.
In SIW the settings are nicely listed on screen. However, I -think- the settings are not in the report?

Thanks!
Please check Tools -> Options menu https://www.gtopala.com/siw/tools.php#options
Select "Detailed Reports" and select which items you want in report.

Sorry for the delay...

Many thanks. 

No doubt I am overlooking something - please could you assist where to find 
- Power - sleep settings 
and
- Network adapter settings

(see attachment)

Thanks again.
Reply




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