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Apocalypse612
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How do I choose which Disk I want monitored in my Disk usage (text) option in the Tasktray?

23 Jul 2021 00:38

View ---> Tray Icons --> Disk usage (text)

How do I choose which Disk I want to be monitored in the tray? It's only doing my C. I need my D more importantly, or both at once. I saw another post that suggested opening the plugin options for Hardware Devices, and ticking the drives on, but I can't open the options for any plugin. They are all greyed out. I did enable both drives under Options --> Disk Devices, though I don't know what that did.

Please help.
 
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Re: How do I choose which Disk I want monitored in my Disk usage (text) option in the Tasktray?

28 Jul 2021 02:31

Apocalypse612 wrote: 23 Jul 2021 00:38
View ---> Tray Icons --> Disk usage (text)

How do I choose which Disk I want to be monitored in the tray? It's only doing my C. I need my D more importantly, or both at once.
The disk usage icon shows overall usage for every disk not just C drive?
 
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Re: How do I choose which Disk I want monitored in my Disk usage (text) option in the Tasktray?

28 Jul 2021 02:37

Then why does it show 0 if Im maxing out the read on my D drive?
 
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Re: How do I choose which Disk I want monitored in my Disk usage (text) option in the Tasktray?

28 Jul 2021 02:46

Apocalypse612 wrote: 28 Jul 2021 02:37
Then why does it show 0 if Im maxing out the read on my D drive?
Does the Disk tab show this activity? If its not showing anything then the tray icon also won't show activity.
 
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Re: How do I choose which Disk I want monitored in my Disk usage (text) option in the Tasktray?

28 Jul 2021 02:58

Disk tab shows the activity, but still getting a 0 number from the tray when my D drive is getting maxxed out on Reads. Does the number represent read and write combined?
 
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Re: How do I choose which Disk I want monitored in my Disk usage (text) option in the Tasktray?

28 Jul 2021 04:08

Apocalypse612 wrote: 28 Jul 2021 02:58
Disk tab shows the activity, but still getting a 0 number from the tray when my D drive is getting maxxed out on Reads. Does the number represent read and write combined?
Try changing the ProcessHacker.ExtendedTools.EnableDiskExt setting to zero:

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Re: How do I choose which Disk I want monitored in my Disk usage (text) option in the Tasktray?

28 Jul 2021 16:39

Didn't work. Giving up on this idea for now. Disk tray icon really doesn't do what I'm looking for.