|Trial Version||Specifically Recognized Devices||Price||Buy now||Policies||Subscribe|
|Explore your PCI subsystem|
PCIScope gives a detailed view of your system. The Main Window of PCIScope represents your system as several trees that you could easily navigate. PCI tree displays a detailed view of your PCI subsystem. Please note that PCIScope is able to recognize almost any PCI extension card by the name.
PCIScope gives you for most computers the detailed information about contents of PCI configuration space and even I/O and memory mapped registers: names of registers, names of bit fields in every register and so on. Furthermore, some groups of registers have a particular information page (like ExCA registers for CardBus adapters), which decodes them to the convenient format.
PCIScope will display all standard
registers for every PCI device, PCI-to-PCI bridge or CardBus bridge. Additionally
PCIScope recognizes a lot of specific PCI devices (identified by PCI Vendor
Id/Device Id/Revision Id) and displays an exact registers' layout for them. Moreover,
PCIScope recognizes specific registers for classes of PCI devices. For example
it knows what registers USB controllers have and will display those registers
to every USB controller.
PCIScope keeps description of all PCI registers in a number of text files. This allows the user to add description of any registers of any PCI device. If you create description files for your PCI device, then you may send these files to APSoft automatically, and they may be included in the next release of PCIScope. PCIScope contains the special Description File Wizard in order to help you to create description file for your device.
ISA Plug-n-Play information, which is retrieved by PCIScope from system PNP BIOS, is displayed as a separate tree.
PCIScope supports scripting. You can use any scripting language (for example VBScript) to read or modify PCI configuration space, I/O registers and system memory, access information collected by PCIScope, open or save PCIScope's files. Click here to see examples of scripts in VBScript and JScript.
PCIScope is very easy for navigation. The most common way to navigate through PCI subsystem is to use a tree of PCI devices. In addition, you may jump to a desired PCI device or PCI register almost from every place in PCIScope. For example, you may switch to description of PCI device directly from IRQ routing diagram, Buses Topology diagram, or right clicking to PCI registers form.
PCI buses topology also has a special graphic representation in PCIScope.
PCIScope gives you convenient and easy to understand PCI IRQ Routing Diagram.
You can even examine PCI devices under DOS. PCIScope installation includes DOS agent (PCITOOL.EXE) which allows reading PCI configuration spaces under clear DOS or Windows 9x DOS and saving them into a file which can be imported into PCIScope.
|Debug your PCI subsystem|
PCIScope implements several debugging facilities.