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 File comments for:  Utility » Hardware » yaps.lha


Description: Yet Another PCI Scan program
Download: yaps.lha
Version: 1.05
Date: 06 Jan 2006
Category: utility/hardware
FileID: 1493
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Comment by: jtubbs ( 06 Jan 2006, 18:10File version: 1.05
I am able to duplicate the problem, but it isn't making sense at the moment. The
CHIP: field uses the exact same routine, and works properly if the chip data
cannot be found. It doesn't seem to be a problem with the data file being
corrupted. The problem is typical with an unitialized variable.
Comment by: Capehill ( 06 Jan 2006, 16:00File version: 1.05
If the ID is corrupted, maybe description is too. There is very little the
author could do to validate a string if there are no checksums offered.
Comment by: STRICQ ( 02 Jan 2006, 23:17File version: 1.02
YAPS outputs garbage if the DESCRIPTION string cannot be found:

00:06.0 3Com Corporation, VendorID: 0x0010b7
DeviceID: 0x00ffff

Yes, the 0xFFFF is correctly wrong. It was damaged in a lightening strike that
traveled over my ethernet wiring.

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