Enhanced processor support for Intel Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake chip sets. Enhancements made to command line switches to help identify and test more
serial ports, particularly for industrial systems..
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|Pc-Check® features||The benefits to you|
|Enhanced processor testing||Support added for testing the new generation of Intel Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake chip sets keeping your testing methods for the latest hardware up to date.|
|Enhanced Hard drive testing and reporting||More accurate Identification of IDE hard drives as PATA/SATA/AHCI depending on which standard is supported. Also greater
compatibility with SMART drive testing where the hard drive firmware does not follow the designated specification for updating SMART data.
|Enhanced Start up behaviour||Reduced base memory foot print for booting on a wider variety of systems increasing your test coverage.|
|Enhanced PCI device identification||Updates to the PCI Device and Vendor database makes it possible to identify and test more PCI devices than was previously possible.|