Source Priority Failing checks
Progress
Medium
&All Entries
Medium
&Save to File...
Medium
Hardware Information
Medium
<P>You can save hardware information to a file. Click <B>Save to File</B> and enter the filename.</P>
Medium
System
Medium
S&ystem
Medium
&Details
Medium
<P><B>Details</B></P><P>The details of the selected hardware component are displayed here.</P>
Medium
Component '%1'
Medium
Unknown device class
Medium
Class
Medium
Model
Medium
&Details...
Medium
Save to &File...
Medium
Detected Hardware
Medium
PCI ID Setup
Medium
&Driver
Medium
&Vendor
Medium
&Subvendor
Medium
&Class
Medium
Sys&FS Directory
Medium
&Device
Medium
S&ubdevice
Medium
Class &Mask
Medium
Enter the driver or SysFS directory name.
Medium
At least one PCI ID value is required.
Medium
PCI &Device
Medium
Driver
Medium
Card Name
Medium
Vendor
Medium
Device
Medium
Subvendor
Medium
Subdevice
Medium
Class Mask
Medium
SysFS Dir.
Medium
&From List
Medium
&Manually
Medium
<P>It is possible to add a PCI ID to a device driver to extend its internal database of known supported devices.</P>
Medium
<P>PCI ID numbers are entered and displayed as hexadecimal numbers. <b>SysFS Dir.</b> is the directory name in the /sys/bus/pci/drivers directory. If it is empty, the driver name is used as the directory name.</P>
Medium
<P>If the driver is compiled into the kernel, leave the driver name empty and enter the SysFS directory name instead.</P>
Medium
<P>Use the buttons below the table to change the list of PCI IDs. Press <b>%1</b> to activate the settings.</P>
Medium
<P><B>Warning:</B> This is an expert configuration. Only continue if you know what you are doing.</P>
Medium
Architecture
Medium
Bus
Medium
Bus ID
Medium
Card Type
Medium
CD Type
Medium
Device Name
Medium
Device Numbers
Medium