ASTRA32 3.60 – Advanced System Information Free Download

ASTRA32 – Advanced System Information Tool is an ideal solution for providing comprehensive information about the configuration of your system.

Not only does ASTRA32 provide a detailed analysis of your system it also offers diagnostics and comes with some powerful unique features such as a Drivers Troubleshooter and a quick HDD Health Status checker. You will appreciate the accuracy with which ASTRA32 acquires the information about the detected devices as it mostly refers directly to the hardware not to the Windows Registry.

ASTRA32 uncovers even undocumented data. You can be sure that the obtained information about the computer hardware and device operational modes is precise irrespective of the installed drivers.

ASTRA32 has a unique feature (Drivers Troubleshooter) that allows searching for all physical devices and creates a list of all devices whose drivers are not properly installed or completely missing.


Supported Operating Systems: MS Windows NT4, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008, Server 2012, Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32-bit, 64-bit).

Homepage – http://www.astra32.com

Size: 2.37 MB

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ASTRA32 will also test your hard drive for reliability and work out the diagnosis using a unique algorithm. With the quick HDD Health Status checker function, you will always know if your hard drive is OK or if it is time to create a backup. Be aware of all contingencies. ASTRA32 works even with hard drives plugged in to external UDMA/SATA/RAID controllers (including reads HDD SMART). The program also provides detailed information about all USB and SCSI devices.

Information about hardware and software:

  • System Summary
  • Motherboard
  • Processor
  • BIOS
  • PCI/AGP Devices
  • Memory Modules
  • Memory (SMBIOS)
  • Storage (ATA/ATAPI)
  • Storage (ASPI)
  • Logical Drives
  • USB Devices
  • ISA/PnP Devices
  • Printers
  • Slots (SMBIOS)
  • Ports (SMBIOS)
  • Network
  • Monitor
  • Video
  • Diagnostics
  • Software

Others features of the program include a built-in report wizard and an ability to work in a batch mode, which supports the use of report profiles and macros. The program can create reports in one of the following formats: TXT, INI, HTML, XML, CSV.

ASTRA32 Program Features:

  • detects 629 processor and coprocessor types from: Intel, AMD, Cyrix, VIA, Centaur/IDT, Rise, Transmeta, NexGen, UMC, IBM, Texas Instruments, C&T, IIT, ULSI, National Semiconductor, SiS
  • identifies processor frequency, CPU clock multiplier and FSB clock, detects expected (not-overclocked) processors frequency, processor number, socket (slot, socket) and package (Platform ID) processor type, identifies processor features (MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, Supplemental SSE3, SSE4, XOP, 3DNow!, 3DNow! Extensions and others) and L1/L2/L3 processor cache size
  • a unique Drivers Troubleshooter function. It lists all problem physical devices whose drivers are not properly installed or completely missing
  • quick HDD Health Status checker (using an unique algorithm)
  • detailed drivers information (driver name, provider, version, date, status, etc.) for each physical device
  • identifies motherboard manufacturer and URL, identifies vendor, date and version of BIOS, identifies vendor and model of chipset
  • identifies models and size of ATA/ATAPI devices (HDD, CD/DVD drives, ZIP drives). Detects interface type (Parallel ATA, Serial ATA I, Serial ATA II). Detects PIO, DMA and Ultra DMA modes (including active modes of the configuration). Identifies ATA/ATAPI devices on external UDMA/SATA controllers. Detection of CD/DVD-drives’ maximum and current read/write speeds
  • reading of HDD S.M.A.R.T. information (including drives using external UDMA/SATA/RAID controllers) and detection of HDD temperature
  • identifies SCSI devices (HDD, CD drives, scanners, tape drives). Detects device name, type, size, SCSI serial number, temperature, manufacture date, buffer size, HDD rotation speed and others
  • detects SPD memory modules (size, type, vendor, speed parameters and many others)
  • identifies PCI/AGP/PCI-X/PCI-E/PCMCIA, ISA/PnP devices and used resources. Program can detect over 14900 devices
  • identifies USB devices (vendor, model, serial number, version, speed and others). Program can detect over 20200 devices
  • identifies over 11400 monitor models, the viewable diagonal image size, modes supported by the monitor and other features
  • support of DMI/SMBIOS standard, including detection of system name, motherboard model, BIOS, CPU, cache, memory subsystem parameters, motherboard slots and ports information
  • identifies vendor and model of graphic controller, video memory size
  • identifies sound card type, modem, network card, LPT/PnP devices (printers, scanners) and many others
  • information about Windows and installed programs and hotfixes
  • creates a file report in plain text (see example), INI (see example), HTML (see example), XML (see example) and CSV (see example) format
  • able to run in batch mode
  • able to run without installation. Standalone version also available.
  • ability to import reports into hardware inventory management software – Hardware Inspector

Changes in ASTRA32 3.60 (2018-09-19):

  • Added support of Intel Rapid Storage Technology
  • Added full support of external USB disk drives
  • Added reading of SPD information on Intel Ice Lake-LP, Intel Cedar Fork PCH
  • Added support of SMBIOS 3.2.0 standard
  • Added detection of DRAM chip manufacturer for DDR4 memory modules
  • Added detection of logical drives mapping to physical drives
  • Added detection of parent device ID for physical devices
  • Added detection of temperature for AMD Family 17h (Summit Ridge, Pinnacle Ridge, Raven Ridge) processors
  • Added detection of maximum temperature (Tjmax) for AMD processors
  • Added detection of configurable TDP for Intel processors
  • Added detection of Max TDP for Intel Braswell, Intel Cherry Trail-T family processors
  • Added detection of Engineering Samples for Intel processors
  • Added detection of:
    • Intel Core i9 (Coffee Lake-S, Skylake-X)
    • Intel Core i7 (Whiskey Lake-U, Coffee Lake-S, Skylake-X),
    • Intel Core i5 (Whiskey Lake-U, Coffee Lake-S)
    • Intel Core i3 (Cannon Lake-U, Whiskey Lake-U, Coffee Lake-S)
    • Intel Xeon (Coffee Lake-S WS, Coffee Lake-H, Skylake-D, Skylake-W)
    • Intel Pentium Gold (Coffee Lake-S)
    • Intel Pentium Silver (Gemini Lake)
    • Intel Celeron (Coffee Lake-S, Gemini Lake)
    • Intel Core i9 Mobile (Coffee Lake-H)
    • Intel Core i7 Mobile (Coffee Lake-H, Coffee Lake-U, Amber Lake-Y, Kaby Lake-U Refresh, Kaby Lake-G, Whiskey Lake-U)
    • Intel Core i5 Mobile (Coffee Lake-H, Coffee Lake-U, Amber Lake-Y, Kaby Lake-U Refresh, Kaby Lake-G, Whiskey Lake-U)
    • Intel Core i3 Mobile (Coffee Lake-H, Coffee Lake-U, Kaby Lake-U Refresh, Whiskey Lake-U)
    • Intel Core m3 (Amber Lake-Y)
    • Intel Pentium Silver Mobile (Gemini Lake)
    • Intel Pentium Mobile (Amber Lake-Y)
    • Intel Celeron Mobile (Amber Lake-Y, Gemini Lake, Kaby Lake-Y)
    • Intel Atom (Denverton-AD)
    • Intel Cannon Lake-DT family
  • Added detection of:
    • AMD Ryzen 7 (Pinnacle Ridge, Raven Ridge)
    • AMD Ryzen 5 (Pinnacle Ridge, Raven Ridge)
    • AMD Ryzen 3 (Pinnacle Ridge, Raven Ridge, Summit Ridge)
    • AMD Ryzen Threadripper (Pinnacle Ridge, Summit Ridge)
    • AMD Epyc (Naples, Snowy Owl)
    • AMD Opteron (Toronto, Steppe Eagle)
    • AMD A12 (Carrizo Pro)
    • AMD A10 (Carrizo Pro)
    • AMD A6 (Carrizo Pro)
    • AMD A4 (Stoney Ridge)
    • AMD Ryzen Embedded (Great Horned Owl)
    • AMD GX (Crowned Eagle, Brown Falcon, Prairie Falcon, LX-Family)
  • Added detection of Hygon Dhyana, Spreadtrum SC9853I-IA processors
  • Added preliminary support of Intel Tremont family processors
  • Improved support of Intel Ice Lake family processors
  • Improved support of Intel Turbo Boost Technology for Intel Skylake-X, Skylake-SP, Skylake-D family processors
  • Added detection of new processors features:
    • AVX-512 VBMI2 Instructions
    • AVX-512 VNNI Instructions
    • AVX-512 BITALG Instructions
    • Galois Field NI/Affine Transformation
    • VEX-encoded AES-NI (VAES)
    • VEX-encoded PCLMUL (VPCL)
    • Total Memory Encryption (TME)
    • Fast Short REP MOV Instruction
    • PCONFIG Instruction
    • WBNOINVD Instruction
    • WaitPKG Instructions
    • CLDEMOTE Instruction
    • MOVDIRI Instruction
    • MOVDIRI64B Instruction
    • Speculation Control (IBRS and IBPB)
    • Single Thread Indirect Branch Predictors
    • L1 Data Cache (L1D) Flush
    • ARCH_CAPABILITIES MSR
    • Speculative Store Bypass Disable (SSBD)
    • Hardware-Managed P-State Base Support
    • AMD Connected Standby
    • AMD Running Average Power Limit
    • AMD MCA Overflow Recovery
    • AMD Software Uncorr. Error Containment/Recovery
    • AMD Hardware Assert (HWA)
    • AMD Scalable MCA
    • AMD CLZERO Instruction
    • AMD IRPERF Performance Counter
    • AMD Always Save/Restore FP Error Pointers
    • AMD Indirect Branch Prediction Barrier
    • AMD Indirect Branch Restricted Speculation
    • AMD IBRS Always On Mode
    • AMD IBRS Preferred
    • AMD Single Thread Indirect Branch Predictor
    • AMD STIBP Always On Mode
    • AMD Speculative Store Bypass Disable
    • AMD VIRT_SPEC_CTRL MSR
  • Fixed detection of Intel Xeon (Tigerton), Intel Pentium Dual-Core Mobile (Penryn-3M), Intel Celeron Dual-Core Mobile (Merom-2M), AMD E2 (Carrizo-L) processors
  • Fixed detection of clock multiplier for Intel Braswell, Intel Cherry Trail-T, Intel Skylake Y/U, Intel Kaby Lake Y/U family processors
  • Fixed detection of temperature for AMD Carrizo, AMD Bristol Ridge, AMD Merlin Falcon, AMD Stoney Ridge family processors
  • Fixed SMBIOS detection on Windows 10 system in some cases
  • Fixed reading of SPD information on ATI SB800 south bridge, AMD ML chipset
  • Fixed detection of expected clock for Intel Yonah family processors
  • Fixed detection of DDR4 memory module manufacturer
  • Fixed fan speed detection for AMD video cards
  • Some minor bugs fixed
  • Updated program database

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