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PassMark BurnInTest V5.3 Copyright (C) 1999-2008 PassMark Software All Rights Reserved http://www.passmark.com Overview ======== Passmark's BurnInTest is a software tool that allows all the major sub-systems of a computer to be simultaneously tested for reliability and stability. <For more details see the online help> Status ====== This is a shareware program. This means that you need to buy it if you would like to continue using it after the evaluation period. Installation ============ 1) Uninstall any previous version of BurnInTest 2) Double click (or Open) the downloaded ".exe" file 3) Follow the prompts UnInstallation ============== Use the Windows control panel, Add / Remove Programs Requirements ============ - Operating System: Windows 2000, XP, 2003 server, Vista (*) - RAM: 32 Meg - Disk space: 6 Meg of free hard disk space (plus an additional 10Meg to run the Disk test) - DirectX 9.0c or above software for 3D graphics and video tests (plus working DirectX drivers for your video card) - SSE compatible CPU for SSE tests - A printer to run the printer test, set-up as the default printer in Windows. - A CD ROM + 1 Music CD or Data CD to run the CD test. - A CD-RW to run the CD burn test. - A network connection and the TCP/IP networking software installed for the Network Tests Pro version only: - A serial port loop back plug for the serial port test. - A parallel port loop back plug for the parallel port test. - A USB port loop back plug for the USB port test. - A USB 2.0 port loop back plug for the USB 2.0 port test. - PassMark ModemTest V1.3 1010 (or higher) for Plugin Modem testing. - PassMark KeyboardTest V2.2 1011 (or higher) for Plugin Keyboard testing. - PassMark Firewire Plugin V1.0 1000 (or higher) and a 揔anguru FireFlash?drive for Plugin Firewire testing. (*) Windows 2000 does not support the CD-RW burn test. The advanced RAM test is only available under Windows 2000 and Windows XP professional (the other RAM tests are supported under the other OS's). Users must have administrator privileges. Windows 98 and Windows ME ========================= Windows 98 and ME are not supported in BurnInTest version 5.3 and above. Use a version of BurnInTest prior to 5.2 for compatibility with W98 and ME. Windows 95 and Windows NT ========================= Windows 95 and NT are not supported in BurnInTest version 4.0 and above. Use a version of BurnInTest prior to 3.1 for compatibility with W95 and NT. Version History =============== Here is a summary of all changes that have been made in each version of BurnInTest. Release 5.3 build 1035 revision 4 WIN32 release 10 November 2008 - Lenovo China specific build. Lenovo system detection changes. Release 5.3 build 1035 revision 3 WIN32 release 7 November 2008 - Lenovo China specific build. Lenovo system detection changes. Release 5.3 build 1035 revision 2 WIN32 release 6 November 2008 - Lenovo China specific build. Lenovo logo and Lenovo system detection changes. Release 5.3 build 1035 WIN32 release 5 November 2008 - Lenovo China specific build. Changes include: Lenovo logo added, Lenovo system support only, 32-bit BurnInTest restricted to 32-bit Windows and BurnInTest run as administrator. Release 5.3 build 1034 WIN32 release 3 October 2008 - Correction to setting the CD burn test drive in preferences. - Changed the mechanism to check for the required DirectX Direct3D as the previous method did not work on some system (some W2003 servers). - Enhanced the mechanism to report memory hardware errors in the Memory torture test. Release 5.3 build 1033 WIN32 release 1 October 2008 - Changes to correct a BurnInTest crash problem on some systems. When the disk and standard RAM tests are run for many hours, BurnInTest may have disappeared with no error message. Release 5.3 build 1030 WIN32 release 25 September 2008 - Changes to investigate a BurnInTest crash problem on XP SP3. Release 5.3 build 1028 WIN32 release 11 September 2008 - Two 2D Video memory test crash bug workarounds implemented. Crashes in (i) DirectX DirectShow and (ii) ATI atiumdag.dll library. - A hang on startup has been corrected. A 2 minute timeout has been added to the collection of system information. - Video playback, Hard disk and CD/DVD test 'no operations' error reporting changed. - When BurnInTest crashes, it will not generate a "minidump" file. Minidumps will need to be sent to Microsoft as per the normal process. However, a log entry will be added to the normal BurnInTest log. - Changes to trace logging to reduce activity when trace logging is not turned on. - Note: We have seen a report of the Video Playback failing (crash) due to a faulty video codec, ffdshow.ax. If you are using this we suggest you try a different Video file and codec. Release 5.3 build 1027 revision 0003 WIN32 release 19 August 2008 - Changed the 2D test to wait for the Video Playback test in order to allow memory allocation for the Video playback test. - Changed the Memory test to wait for the Video Playback test and 3D test to allow memory allocation for these tests. - Minor changes to the No operation error watchdog timer for the CD and Hard disk tests. - Minor correction to the Butterfly seek test. - Video playback trace logging increased. Release 5.3 build 1027 revision 0002 WIN32 release 19 August 2008 - Video playback trace logging increased. Release 5.3 build 1027 WIN32 release 31 July 2008 - Corrected a bug where BurnInTest would fail to start if Activity trace level 2 logging (debug level logging) was turned on and the Logging Summarize option was also selected. - Minor change to the serial port test where, if "Disable RTS/CTS and DSR/DTR test phase" was selected the DTR and RTS lines would be explicitly disabled to prevent any toggling of these lines. Previously these where enabled, but not explicitly toggled. Release 5.3 build 1026 WIN32 release 17 July 2008 - Updated Level 2 and Level 3 CPU cache information for newer Intel CPU's. - Updated the detection of Hyperthreading and the number of logical CPUs for a new Intel CPU. Release 5.3 build 1025 WIN32 release 11 July 2008 - Corrected a Disk test bug where on rare occasions a verification error is incorrectly displayed. This is during the random seeking phase of the "Random data with random seeking" test mode and only occurs with some specific test settings. Release 5.3 build 1024 WIN32 release 10 July 2008 - Workaround for the rare crash bug in Vista in atklumdisp.dll at address 0x730676ae. - Added trace debug information for BurnInTest startup and the 3D test. Release 5.3 build 1022 WIN32 release 12 June 2008 - Corrected a bug where the 2D video memory test in BurnInTest v5.3.1020 and v5.3.1021 would report a "Not enough video memory available for test" error if the test was run a couple of times (without closing BurnInTest). Release 5.3 build 1021 WIN32 release 5 June 2008 - 32-bit BurnInTest PRO 5.3.1020 would not start on Windows 2000. This has been corrected. Release 5.3 build 1020 WIN32 release 29 May 2008 - BurnInTest could have crashed on accessing bad video memory hardware in the 2D test. This problem is now just reported as an error (and BurnInTest) continues. - When BurnInTest crashes, it should now generate a "minidump" file to help debug which system component caused the failure (32-bit Pro version only). - Other minor changes. Release 5.3 build 1019 WIN32 release 16 May 2008 - Corrected rare crash bugs in the 2D and Video tests. - Added a hot Key, F4, to set the auto run flag and run the tests (i.e. set "-r" and then run the tests). - Other minor changes. Release 5.3 build 1018 WIN32 release 16 April 2008 - Added an operation watchdog timer for all tests. In rare cases, a single test can stop in the operating system - i.e. there is a problem in the operating system/ device driver that prevents control being returned to the BurnInTest for that test. This was added for specialized serial port hardware that could lockup after several hours of testing. Release 5.3 build 1017 WIN32 release 3 April 2008 - Corrected the Advanced Network test to run on non-English Operating Systems. Release 5.3 build 1016 WIN32 release 17 March 2008 - Added additional USB 2.0 Loopback plug test initialization to ensure plugs are in a 'clean' state when starting the USB tests. This was added due to reported USB data verification errors after scripted USB testing across multiple reboots. Release 5.3 build 1015 WIN32 release 27 February 2008 - Increased error reporting detail for the standard RAM test, when the -v command line option is used. Release 5.3 build 1014 WIN32 release 30 January 2008 - Corrected a problem where the loopback sound test could run out of memory if run for several days. Release 5.3 build 1013 WIN32 release 31 December 2007 - Improved the reporting of COM port errors such that in the rare case a COM port locks up in the Operating System, the error is still reported. - Corrected a bug, where in rare cases, the result summary could be duplicated in a log file. - Updated license management, in an attempt to remove a rare crash on startup. Release 5.3 build 1012.0002 WIN32 release 31 October 2007 - New build of Rebooter (64-bit Windows correction). - Clarifications in the help file. Release 5.3 build 1012 WIN32 release 17 October 2007 - Changed the Standard Network Test, "Test all available NICs" such that the number of Network Addresses specified in Preferences->Network will be the number of NICs tested. This will error faulty NICs that are not detected by the BurnInTest auto NIC detection mechanism. - Minor change to the 2D memory test when run with the 3D test (multiple large windows) and the RAM test. Aimed at correcting sympton: Access Violation 0x00404CF9. - Corrections to the mapping of paths with ".\". Release 5.3 build 1011 rev 2 WIN32 release 17 September 2007 - Modified the Multi-Process torture test to better describe a new error message introduced in V5.3.1010. Release 5.3 build 1011 - Public release WIN32 release 11 September 2007 - Corrected a bug where "Limited Evaluation Version" could be displayed even after BUrnInTest is licensed (problem introduced in 32-bit BITPRO V5.3.1010). - Changed the Sound test to allow any of the tests (Wave, Midi or MP3) to be excluded from testing by blanking the filename. - The Command line parameter "-j" (cycle disk test patterns after each test file) could fail during the Random data test due to the mechanism used in BurnInTest. The Random data test is now excluded from the test when (and only when) the "-j" command line parameter is specified. - In rare circumstances, the 2D test number of operations could potentially overflow and become negative. This has been corrected. - In rare circumstances, BurnInTest could hang if there was a system problem in rebooting the system (ie. it failed to shutdown) using PassMark Rebooter. This has been corrected. Release 5.3 build 1010 - Public release WIN32 release 28 August 2007 WIN64 release 28 August 2007 - As BurnInTest exercises system components, it is possible for faulty hardware or device drivers to cause software exceptions. These are normally seen as Windows reporting an "Access Violation". Changes have been made to handle these errors for the memory tests (for faulty RAM) and direct device driver access (for some device driver errors), as well as overarching more generic handling of these types of errors. - Corrected a software failure bug on startup (particularly Vista) where a DirectX function was causing software failures in "dsetup.dll". - Updated the "Activity Event" generated with the periodic results summary report to be numbered (from 1 upwards) such that when "Logging->Summarize", these events are not summarized. - Corrected a bug where the HTML log name could include a duplicate of the filename prefix. - Updated to the Common Errors section of help. Release 5.3 build 1009 - Public release WIN32 release 16 August 2007 - Corrected a 'zip' version cleanup problem. Release 5.3 build 1008 - Komputer Swiat Expert magazine version WIN32 STD release 14 August 2007 Release 5.3 build 1007 - Public release WIN32 release 7 August 2007 - Corrected a disk test startup problem for some large RAID systems when SMART testing is selected. - Added additional logging for the disk test when an error occurs. - Changed the 3D test when run with the 2D EMC test to be 'behind' the EMC scrolling H's test. Allowed the test to be easily exited when running the 3D test in Fullscreen mode. - Minor corrections to the Advanced Network test. - Changed the log file reference of "Network Name" to "Computer Name". WIN64 specific: - MMX and 3DNow! are obsolete for native 64-bit applications. BurnInTest has been changed to show "NA" (Not applicable) in the test window for these tests. Release 5.3 build 1006 - Limited release WIN32 release 17 July 2007 - Standard Network Test changes: - Increased the number of destination IP addresses from 4 to 6. - Added an option (default) "Test all available NICs", which will force traffic down every system NIC with a basic algorithm of NIC1 to IP Address 1, NIC2 to IP Address 2 etc. - Advanced Network test changes: - Simplified the test. - Removed the UDP and FTP options. The Standard Network test can be used as a UDP test. - Removed the Advanced Network test specific logging, and included all relevant logging in the standard BurnInTest logging mechanism. - Replaced the complicated dynamic balancing of any system NIC to any Endpoint NIC with a simpler static allocation on test startup. - Changed the error detection mechanism to detect errors much more quickly. - Re-worked the errors reported. - Changed the CPU throttling mechanism to reduce the CPU load. - Updated endpoint.exe. - Removed checkend.exe (now obsolete). - Changed the logging rollover to work with the output of interim results (e.g. per 1 minute). Previously rollover only occurred on error events written to the log. This also corrected an issue where interim results summary logging could be written to the physical disk with some delay (based on Windows disk caching). - Corrected the "Unknown" reporting of some operating systems. - Added the skipping of the Butterfly seek disk test when run on Vista and insufficient privileges. A notification of this is logged. - Intel Quad core L2 cache size reporting has been added. - Added new SMART threshold descriptions. - Added new disk test options, accessed via command line parameters: /ka: keep disk test files in all cases (c.f. /k keep disk test files on error). /j: cycle patterns between test files. Note: Random seeking will be skipped in this case. This option has been added to allow multiple test patterns to be used across very large disks. - Added an option to make some test settings unavailable to the user. An example configuration file available on request. Release 5.3 build 1005 0001 (STD only) - Public release WIN32 release 29 June 2007 - Corrected a bug introduced in v5.3.1005.0000 STD (only) where the disk test would use up more and more system resources, thus causing test failures. Release 5.3 build 1005 rev 0003 (PRO only) - Limited public release WIN32 release 21 June 2007 - Correction to the behavior of a static RAM test pattern (rather than the default Cyclic pattern). Release 5.3 build 1005 rev 0002 (PRO only) - Limited public release WIN32 release 15 June 2007 - The "Select all CD/DVD drives" preferences option has been made user configurable, rather than using pre-defined test settings. Release 5.3 build 1005 rev 0001 (PRO only) - Limited public release WIN32 release 13 June 2007 - Bug correction for the CD auto selection feature. Release 5.3 build 1005 - Public release WIN32 release 18 May 2007 WIN64 release 18 May 2007 - In a number of cases, such as when specifying the post test application, uppercase application names were not accepted. This has been corrected. - The default font height in the 2D scrolling H's test should have been Arial 9. This has been changed. - The BurnInTest Video playback test incompatibility with Nero 6 and Nero 7 has been resolved. - The BurnInTest disk test throughput for dual core systems has been improved. Release 5.3 build 1004 rev2 - Limited release WIN32 release 8 May 2007 - Changed the Standard Network Test to better report packet error ratios. In addition, a new warning has been added to indicate that errors have been detected but not enough packets have been attempted to be sent to determine accurately whether the configured error ratio has been exceeded. - Corrected a bug where the "append to existing" logging option did not work across scripted reboots, and a new log file was created instead of appending to the existing log file. - If the 3D test was running, then BurnInTest blocked a forced close of BurnInTest, this blocking has been removed. - Changed the PASS and FAIL windows so they can now also be closed by selecting the Windows Close "X" button. Release 5.3 build 1004 - Public release WIN32 release 10 April 2007 WIN64 release 10 April 2007 - Corrected a problem introduced in BurnInTest v5.2 where BurnInTest could run out of memory (the main symptom) when tests where run for long periods (> 12hours). WIN64 specific: - Corrected a bug where the number of cores reported on a Quad core system was incorrectly reported as CPU packages. Release 5.3 build 1003 - Limited release WIN32 release 3 April 2007 - A new 2D GUI (Graphical User Interface) test has been added to the standard 2D graphics test. - Resolved an issue where BurnInTest would fail to start on Vista systems with DEP enabled for all programs. - On some systems, the Disk test could pause momentarily even when a duty cycle of 100% was specified. This pause has been removed. - When running the CD test under BartPE (Pre-install environment) 4 additional specific files are skipped as they are unavailable for testing. - Minor bug corrections. Release 5.3 build 1002 rev 0001 - Limited release WIN32 release 16 March 2007 - Changes to the new 3D test: - Added a Full screen non-windowed test for the primary monitor, where the resolution can be selected from those supported by the Graphics card. - Added the user option of changes the vertical sync in the full screen non-windowed test to be either the Maximum rate of the graphics card, or to be the rate of the monitor (this may prevent some flicker). - Added a more complex water texture using DirectX Vertex Shader 2.0 and Pixel Shader 2.0 effects (if supported by the graphics card). This applies to 3D test windows that are 800x600 or larger. - Changed some error messages from window displays (that require user intervention) to standard error reporting. Added new 3D error messages and more detail in the error reporting. - Changed the definition of an operation to be a successfully displayed frame. - Changed the definition of a cycle to be 2000 frames. - Changed 2D video memory test to wait until the 3D test starts (as per V5.2 and earlier). - A new version of rebooter has been included. - If BurnInTest is started with the -p command line parameter (to use the bit.exe directory for files such as the configuration file), then BurnInTest will start rebooter with the -p option. This can be useful when running BurnInTest and Rebooter from a USB drive. Release 5.3 build 1002 - Limited release WIN32 release 19 March 2007 - Corrected a bug introduced in V5.2 where selecting accumulated logging could lead to rebooter failing to launch. Release 5.3 build 1001 - Limited release WIN32 release 16 March 2007 - The 3D test has been improved. The 3D ball test has been replaced with a more complex 3D terrain test. This will more thoroughly exercise modern graphics cards. Further, the 3D test has been changed to support multi- monitor testing (up to 4 monitors). Accordingly, a new preferences section has been added for the 3D test. The multi-monitor test options are only available in BurnInTest Professional. Release 5.3 build 1001 - Limited release WIN32 release 16 March 2007 - The 3D test has been improved. The 3D ball test has been replaced with a more complex 3D terrain test. This will more thoroughly exercise modern graphics cards. Further, the 3D test has been changed to support multi- monitor testing (up to 4 monitors). Accordingly, a new preferences section has been added for the 3D test. The multi-monitor test options are only available in BurnInTest Professional. - BurnInTest uses DirectX 9.0c. This version of BurnInTest uses a more recent version of the Microsoft DirectX Direct3D component, October 2006. BurnInTest has been modified to detect and install this component (file) if it does not exist. - A command line parameter -X has been added to skip the DirectX version checking on BurnInTest start-up. - With the recent introduction of multi-monitor support for the Video Playback test, it is now more likely that the system will run out of memory when running multiple video tests simultaneously, particularly when more memory intensive codecs are used. A specific Insufficient resources to complete test message has been added in this case, rather than the previous more generic unrecoverable error message. The video test have been changed to attempt recovery from this and the more generic unrecoverable error, by closing the current video and opening the next. The logging detail has been increased. - Note: The BurnIntest sample video pack has been altered with the DivX Compressed Video file being removed due to the DivX codec failing with this Video file when used with multiple simultaneous Video playbacks. Access Violation: 0x69756e65. See: http://www.passmark.com/download/bit_download.htm - The video description is now collected for a larger range of Vista systems. - Windows 98 and ME are no longer supported. Please see www.passmark.com for a link to an older version of BurnInTest that will support W98/ME. Release 5.3 build 1000 rev2 - Limited release WIN32 release 9 March 2007 - A command line parameter -P has been added to allow the BurnInTest directory to be used rather than the User's personal directory. This may be useful when running BurnInTest from a USB drive for example. - When running the CD test under BartPE (Pre-install environment) 4 additional specific files are skipped as they are unavailable for testing. - A change has been made to support Hmonitor temperature monitoring on Vista. - A number of undocumented command line parameters have been documented: -B: BurnInTest will generate additional Serial port test information when activity trace level 2 logging is set. -E [data]: Specifies the test data to use in the serial port test. -M: Automatically display the Machine ID Window when BurnInTest is started. -U: Force BurnInTest to set logging on at startup. Release 5.3 build 1000 - Limited release WIN32 release 8 March 2007 - Changed the 2D and Video playback tests to support multi-monitor testing. - When running the CD test under BartPE (Pre-install environment) 4 specific files are skipped as they are unavailable for testing. Release 5.2 build 1006 - Limited release WIN32 release 1 March 2007 - Corrected a bug where BurnInTest would fail to start on certain Vista systems. - Corrected a bug where some files where the full path was not specified would be incorrectly referenced in the Program Files directory, rather than the user personal directory. Release 5.2 build 1005 - Public release WIN32 release 21 February 2007 WIN64 release 21 February 2007 - Updated the Graphics card description for Windows Vista systems. - Updated the Advanced Network test to indicate that elevated administrator privileges are required when running on Vista. - Moved files from the Program files directory for the Advanced Network Test (BurnInTest, EndPoint and CheckEnd). Specifically, the User Application directory is now used for the temporary test FTP files and the User Personal directory is now used for the log and configuration files. - Updated the cleanup process for when running the "zip" version of BurnInTest Professional from a CD or flash drive. - Updated the help link from the Windows Start, All Programs, BurnInTest menu for the browser based help. - Corrected a bug where Disk preferences displayed in the Preferences window would be incorrect when the system had no Floppy drive. - Corrected a bug where the Advanced Network test might not have been displayed until after entering the Duty Cycle selection (ie. just chaning from the standard network test to the advanced test). - Corrected a USB bug in Beta 5.2.1003 where the test would not run if there where there insufficient USB loopback plugs attached to the system. - Included a new version of PassMark Rebooter that supports Windows Vista. Release 5.2 build 1004 - Public Pre-release WIN32 release 13 February 2007 - Updated the reported Operating system for the various Vista product editions. - Disk test settings can be configured for "Automatically Select all Hard Disks", rather than using defaults. - When running the CD test under BartPE (Pre-install environment) 4 specific files are skipped as they are unavailable for testing. - Corrected a bug where temperature information could be duplicated in the HTML report. - Corrected a bug certain 'save report' warning messages could be truncated. - Help file updated. Release 5.2 build 1003 - BETA RELEASE ONLY WIN32 release 23 January 2007 - Changed the USB preferences and test to more completely check for the PassMark USB Loopback plugs and ignore any device that is not a PassMark USB Loopback plug (due to reported incorrect detection with another hardware device). - Increased Trace level debugging for Intel temperature monitoring. - Corrected a bug with the disk test introduced in 5.2.1001 Release 5.2 build 1002 - BETA RELEASE ONLY WIN32 release 22 January 2007 - Increased the number of disks that can be tested from 20 to 26. - Updated BurnInTest to reflect that Temperature monitoring with Intel Desktop utilities is supported. Intel Desktop utilities essentially is a replacement for Intel Active Monitor for newer Intel motherboards. - Increased Trace level debugging for Intel temperature monitoring. Release 5.2 build 1001 - BETA RELEASE ONLY WIN32 release 19 January 2007 - Windows Vista support. - The Block size used in the disk test is now configurable per disk. The default block size has been increased from 16KB to 32KB. - An option has been added to automatically detect all of the CD and DVD drives for the CD test (as per the disk test). This may be useful when testing across many systems with different optical drive configurations. - Increased Trace level debugging for Intel temperature monitoring. - Bugs corrected: - Disk preferences - in rare cases invalid default values could be set for a disk, an invalid value error would occur and the values would need to be manually corrected. Release 5.2 build 1000 - limited release WIN32 release 8 January 2007 - Windows Vista support. - Reduced the need for elevated administrator privileges: - Changed the location of the disk test files from the root directory of the test volume to a BurnInTest data files subdirectory (e.g from "C:\" to "C:\BurnInTest test files\") - Moved many of the files from the Program Files directory to the User directory for Windows 2000, XP and Vista. When running BurnInTest on Windows 98, ME or from a key.dat file (e.g. from a USB drive with a licensed key.dat) BurnInTest will store these files in the BurnInTest program directory. Specifically, the following files have been moved from the Program Files directory to the User Personal directory, e.g. Vista - "C:\Users\<username>\Documents\PassMark\BurnInTest\" XP - "My Documents\PassMark\BurnInTest\" Files: Configuration file, Configuration load/save default directory, Save log file and image default directory, parallel port override "ioports.dat" directory, default command line script directory, log file directory, video file directory, Plugin directory, machine id file directory, Run as script default directory, CD burn image, Advanced network FTP temp files. - Replaced the Help system with Browser based help. - Changed the Disk test block size from 16KB to 256KB. It is planned to make this user configurable in the next build. Release 5.1 build 1014 WIN32 release 2 November 2006 WIN64 release 2 November 2006 - Corrected a bug when running on Vista, where the Standard network test would report a checksum error when the transmitted data was correct. - Corrected a bug where BurnInTest would not stop the tests based on the number of test cycles for the Plugin test or the Advanced Network test. - Made the "Could not set USB2Test mode" USB error message more specific by adding an error for insufficient system resources. - Changed the preferences Window to fit on an 800x600 resolution screen. - Corrected a minor bug in Activity level 2 trace logging with the 'hide duplicate' preference setting. - Corrected a minor memory leak if the 2D test failed to initialize (such as due to a DirectX problem). - The Parallel port test may now be used on Windows Vista. Specifically, the PassMark device driver used for the parallel port test could not be loaded on 64-bit Windows Vista as it was not digitally signed. It is now digitally signed. Release 5.1 build 1013 revision 0002 WIN32 release 19 September 2006 WIN64 release 19 September 2006 - Corrected an Access Violation problem reported by a customer on a particular MB. Release 5.1 build 1013 WIN32 release 7 September 2006 WIN64 release 7 September 2006 - The "Notes" section has been added to the Customer results certificate. - Some additional configuration range validation has been added. Release 5.1 build 1012 WIN32 release 15 August 2006 - Corrected a false report of a "Unable to get disk volume extent information" for the disk butterfly seek test. - Advanced Network test changes for errors: "Corrupt header - packet discarded" and "Advanced Network test timed out" - Advanced Network test Endpoint changes for problems on non-English Operating Systems and systems with the Windows "Network Interface" performance statistics disabled. - SMART parameters on a Samsung Hard Disk caused BurnInTest to fail when running the disk test with SMART thresholds enabled. This has been corrected. - The 2D scrolling H's test could display corrupt characters on the second and subsequent test run. 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This resulted in a change to the configuration file format and required additional code to automatically convert from old formats. - Modified the user interface in the preferences window for the disk test and the CD test - Improved the handling of USB 2.0 loopback plugs recovery from sleep states. BUG CORRECTIONS - Corrected a bug where the System and Application events logged in the BurnInTest Trace logs were wrong if the event log had reached its maximum size. - Checks that the Sound test files (WAV and MIDI) exist have been added. - The continuous auto updating of the USB image (USB Loopback plug vs. USB 2.0 Loopback plug) on the main window has been removed. This is now updated on BIT startup, selecting Refresh in USB preferences or on starting a test. If there is a serious USB problem, this (together with the USB 2.0 Loopback device driver, V2.0.1002) will avoid the possibility of BurnInTest locking up. - Corrected a bug with the Butterfly seek mode of the Disk test. This was found to occur with FAT32 disks where the Cylinder size was relatively small and the Sector size relatively large. - Reset Defaults on the Configuration Page now resets the Auto Stop Value. - Reset Defaults on the Configuration Page now resets the color indicators. - The CD test has been modified to skip invalid files either with "?"'s , to avoid reporting errors that are due to the CD test media filenames. - The Network test results window scroll bar has been corrected. - The Memory torture test could fail on some systems with a small amount of RAM and relatively high memory fragmentation. This has been corrected. - Scripting correction for .cmd files. - Corrected a bug that caused problems when running the disk test with SMART monitoring turned on. This problem only occurs on a small number of HDD's. - Corrected memory leaks - On occasion, the measured waveform from the loopback sound test may have been slightly altered on starting or stopping all tests, possibly enough to trigger an error. This has been resolved. - If an error occurred in the final second of a test, the error may have been logged but not included in the big PASS/FAIL results window. This has been corrected. - After running a script file that loaded a configuration file, that had a full path specified, the Save and Load configuration menu options no longer worked. This has been corrected. - Previously, the Version of BurnInTest was only written in the First log file after starting BurnInTest. This log line is now written in all log files. - For USB2 tests that have read or write failures, the Windows error codes are now included in the level 2 Activity trace log. - Command line parameters may now be passed to a PreTest application. - Log files may now use a single static filename. This may be useful when the log file is to be parsed by an external program. - Corrected a bug where the Plugin test would stop prematurely. - Corrected the specification of the Scripting EXECUTEWAIT filename. - Changed Script processing such that a script is aborted if a scripting error is encountered and Stop on error is selected. - Added an indication on the main window that a script is currently running ("Script currently running"). - Corrected the serial port test to identify non-existing plugs when the Disable RTS/CTS and DSR/DTR testing has been selected. - Corrected the display of strange results (666666) reported by a user, related to copy protection. - Fixed a memory leak bug in the MBM interface which caused memory allocation errors. - Added BIT version number to the ASCII log file. - Fixed a bug with the 3D Test that was causing it to stop before the autostop timer period - Changed an error in the tape drive test to a warning if tape drive doesn't support setting drive parameters. History of earlier releases: Please see http://passmark.com/products/bit_history.htm Documentation ============= All the documentation is included in the help file. It can be accessed from the help menu. There is also a PDF format Users guide available for download from the PassMark web site. Support ======= For technical support, questions, suggestions, please check the help file for our email address or visit our web page at http://www.passmark.com Ordering / Registration ======================= All the details are in the help file documentation or you can visit our sales information page http://www.passmark.com/sales Compatibility issues with the Network & Parallel Port Tests =========================================================== If you are running Windows 2000 or XP, you need to have administrator privileges to run this test. Enjoy.. The PassMark Development team

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