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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
* License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
* file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */
#include "GfxInfo.h"
#include "gfxConfig.h"
#include "GfxDriverInfo.h"
#include "gfxWindowsPlatform.h"
#include "jsapi.h"
#include "js/PropertyAndElement.h" // JS_SetElement, JS_SetProperty
#include "nsExceptionHandler.h"
#include "nsPrintfCString.h"
#include "nsUnicharUtils.h"
#include "prenv.h"
#include "prprf.h"
#include "xpcpublic.h"
#include "mozilla/Components.h"
#include "mozilla/Preferences.h"
#include "mozilla/gfx/DeviceManagerDx.h"
#include "mozilla/gfx/Logging.h"
#include "mozilla/SSE.h"
#include "mozilla/ArrayUtils.h"
#include "mozilla/WindowsProcessMitigations.h"
#include <intrin.h>
#include <windows.h>
#include <devguid.h> // for GUID_DEVCLASS_BATTERY
#include <setupapi.h> // for SetupDi*
#include <winioctl.h> // for IOCTL_*
#include <batclass.h> // for BATTERY_*
using namespace mozilla;
using namespace mozilla::gfx;
using namespace mozilla::widget;
#ifdef DEBUG
NS_IMPL_ISUPPORTS_INHERITED(GfxInfo, GfxInfoBase, nsIGfxInfoDebug)
#endif
static void AssertNotWin32kLockdown() {
// Check that we are not in Win32k lockdown
MOZ_DIAGNOSTIC_ASSERT(!IsWin32kLockedDown(),
"Invalid Windows GfxInfo API with Win32k lockdown");
}
/* GetD2DEnabled and GetDwriteEnabled shouldn't be called until after
* gfxPlatform initialization has occurred because they depend on it for
* information. (See bug 591561) */
nsresult GfxInfo::GetD2DEnabled(bool* aEnabled) {
// Telemetry queries this during XPCOM initialization, and there's no
// gfxPlatform by then. Just bail out if gfxPlatform isn't initialized.
if (!gfxPlatform::Initialized()) {
*aEnabled = false;
return NS_OK;
}
// We check gfxConfig rather than the actual render mode, since the UI
// process does not use Direct2D if the GPU process is enabled. However,
// content processes can still use Direct2D.
*aEnabled = gfx::gfxConfig::IsEnabled(gfx::Feature::DIRECT2D);
return NS_OK;
}
nsresult GfxInfo::GetDWriteEnabled(bool* aEnabled) {
*aEnabled = gfxWindowsPlatform::GetPlatform()->DWriteEnabled();
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetDWriteVersion(nsAString& aDwriteVersion) {
gfxWindowsPlatform::GetDLLVersion(L"dwrite.dll", aDwriteVersion);
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetHasBattery(bool* aHasBattery) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
*aHasBattery = mHasBattery;
return NS_OK;
}
int32_t GfxInfo::GetMaxRefreshRate(bool* aMixed) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
int32_t maxRefreshRate = -1;
if (aMixed) {
*aMixed = false;
}
for (auto displayInfo : mDisplayInfo) {
int32_t refreshRate = int32_t(displayInfo.mRefreshRate);
if (aMixed && maxRefreshRate > 0 && maxRefreshRate != refreshRate) {
*aMixed = true;
}
maxRefreshRate = std::max(maxRefreshRate, refreshRate);
}
return maxRefreshRate;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetEmbeddedInFirefoxReality(bool* aEmbeddedInFirefoxReality) {
*aEmbeddedInFirefoxReality = gfxVars::FxREmbedded();
return NS_OK;
}
#define PIXEL_STRUCT_RGB 1
#define PIXEL_STRUCT_BGR 2
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetCleartypeParameters(nsAString& aCleartypeParams) {
nsTArray<ClearTypeParameterInfo> clearTypeParams;
gfxWindowsPlatform::GetPlatform()->GetCleartypeParams(clearTypeParams);
uint32_t d, numDisplays = clearTypeParams.Length();
bool displayNames = (numDisplays > 1);
bool foundData = false;
nsString outStr;
for (d = 0; d < numDisplays; d++) {
ClearTypeParameterInfo& params = clearTypeParams[d];
if (displayNames) {
outStr.AppendPrintf("%S [ ", params.displayName.get());
}
if (params.gamma >= 0) {
foundData = true;
outStr.AppendPrintf("Gamma: %.4g ", params.gamma / 1000.0);
}
if (params.pixelStructure >= 0) {
foundData = true;
if (params.pixelStructure == PIXEL_STRUCT_RGB ||
params.pixelStructure == PIXEL_STRUCT_BGR) {
outStr.AppendPrintf(
"Pixel Structure: %S ",
(params.pixelStructure == PIXEL_STRUCT_RGB ? u"RGB" : u"BGR"));
} else {
outStr.AppendPrintf("Pixel Structure: %d ", params.pixelStructure);
}
}
if (params.clearTypeLevel >= 0) {
foundData = true;
outStr.AppendPrintf("ClearType Level: %d ", params.clearTypeLevel);
}
if (params.enhancedContrast >= 0) {
foundData = true;
outStr.AppendPrintf("Enhanced Contrast: %d ", params.enhancedContrast);
}
if (displayNames) {
outStr.Append(u"] ");
}
}
if (foundData) {
aCleartypeParams.Assign(outStr);
return NS_OK;
}
return NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetWindowProtocol(nsAString& aWindowProtocol) {
return NS_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetDesktopEnvironment(nsAString& aDesktopEnvironment) {
return NS_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetTestType(nsAString& aTestType) { return NS_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED; }
static nsresult GetKeyValue(const WCHAR* keyLocation, const WCHAR* keyName,
uint32_t& destValue, int type) {
MOZ_ASSERT(type == REG_DWORD || type == REG_QWORD);
HKEY key;
DWORD dwcbData;
DWORD dValue;
DWORD resultType;
LONG result;
nsresult retval = NS_OK;
result =
RegOpenKeyExW(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, keyLocation, 0, KEY_QUERY_VALUE, &key);
if (result != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
return NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
}
switch (type) {
case REG_DWORD: {
// We only use this for vram size
dwcbData = sizeof(dValue);
result = RegQueryValueExW(key, keyName, nullptr, &resultType,
(LPBYTE)&dValue, &dwcbData);
if (result == ERROR_SUCCESS && resultType == REG_DWORD) {
destValue = (uint32_t)(dValue / 1024 / 1024);
} else {
retval = NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
}
break;
}
case REG_QWORD: {
// We only use this for vram size
LONGLONG qValue;
dwcbData = sizeof(qValue);
result = RegQueryValueExW(key, keyName, nullptr, &resultType,
(LPBYTE)&qValue, &dwcbData);
if (result == ERROR_SUCCESS && resultType == REG_QWORD) {
destValue = (uint32_t)(qValue / 1024 / 1024);
} else {
retval = NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
}
break;
}
}
RegCloseKey(key);
return retval;
}
static nsresult GetKeyValue(const WCHAR* keyLocation, const WCHAR* keyName,
nsAString& destString, int type) {
MOZ_ASSERT(type == REG_MULTI_SZ);
HKEY key;
DWORD dwcbData;
DWORD resultType;
LONG result;
nsresult retval = NS_OK;
result =
RegOpenKeyExW(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, keyLocation, 0, KEY_QUERY_VALUE, &key);
if (result != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
return NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
}
// A chain of null-separated strings; we convert the nulls to spaces
WCHAR wCharValue[1024];
dwcbData = sizeof(wCharValue);
result = RegQueryValueExW(key, keyName, nullptr, &resultType,
(LPBYTE)wCharValue, &dwcbData);
if (result == ERROR_SUCCESS && resultType == REG_MULTI_SZ) {
// This bit here could probably be cleaner.
bool isValid = false;
DWORD strLen = dwcbData / sizeof(wCharValue[0]);
for (DWORD i = 0; i < strLen; i++) {
if (wCharValue[i] == '\0') {
if (i < strLen - 1 && wCharValue[i + 1] == '\0') {
isValid = true;
break;
} else {
wCharValue[i] = ' ';
}
}
}
// ensure wCharValue is null terminated
wCharValue[strLen - 1] = '\0';
if (isValid) destString = wCharValue;
} else {
retval = NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
}
RegCloseKey(key);
return retval;
}
static nsresult GetKeyValues(const WCHAR* keyLocation, const WCHAR* keyName,
nsTArray<nsString>& destStrings) {
// First ask for the size of the value
DWORD size;
LONG rv = RegGetValueW(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, keyLocation, keyName,
RRF_RT_REG_MULTI_SZ, nullptr, nullptr, &size);
if (rv != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
return NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
}
// Create a buffer with the proper size and retrieve the value
WCHAR* wCharValue = new WCHAR[size / sizeof(WCHAR)];
rv = RegGetValueW(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, keyLocation, keyName,
RRF_RT_REG_MULTI_SZ, nullptr, (LPBYTE)wCharValue, &size);
if (rv != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
delete[] wCharValue;
return NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
}
// The value is a sequence of null-terminated strings, usually terminated by
// an empty string (\0). RegGetValue ensures that the value is properly
// terminated with a null character.
DWORD i = 0;
DWORD strLen = size / sizeof(WCHAR);
while (i < strLen) {
nsString value(wCharValue + i);
if (!value.IsEmpty()) {
destStrings.AppendElement(value);
}
i += value.Length() + 1;
}
delete[] wCharValue;
return NS_OK;
}
// The device ID is a string like PCI\VEN_15AD&DEV_0405&SUBSYS_040515AD
// this function is used to extract the id's out of it
uint32_t ParseIDFromDeviceID(const nsAString& key, const char* prefix,
int length) {
nsAutoString id(key);
ToUpperCase(id);
int32_t start = id.Find(prefix);
if (start != -1) {
id.Cut(0, start + strlen(prefix));
id.Truncate(length);
}
if (id.Equals(L"QCOM", nsCaseInsensitiveStringComparator)) {
// String format assumptions are broken, so use a Qualcomm PCI Vendor ID
// for now. See also GfxDriverInfo::GetDeviceVendor.
return 0x5143;
}
nsresult err;
return id.ToInteger(&err, 16);
}
// OS version in 16.16 major/minor form
enum {
kWindowsUnknown = 0,
kWindows7 = 0x60001,
kWindows8 = 0x60002,
kWindows8_1 = 0x60003,
kWindows10 = 0xA0000
};
static bool HasBattery() {
// Helper classes to manage lifetimes of Windows structs.
class MOZ_STACK_CLASS HDevInfoHolder final {
public:
explicit HDevInfoHolder(HDEVINFO aHandle) : mHandle(aHandle) {}
~HDevInfoHolder() { ::SetupDiDestroyDeviceInfoList(mHandle); }
private:
HDEVINFO mHandle;
};
class MOZ_STACK_CLASS HandleHolder final {
public:
explicit HandleHolder(HANDLE aHandle) : mHandle(aHandle) {}
~HandleHolder() { ::CloseHandle(mHandle); }
private:
HANDLE mHandle;
};
HDEVINFO hdev =
::SetupDiGetClassDevs(&GUID_DEVCLASS_BATTERY, nullptr, nullptr,
DIGCF_PRESENT | DIGCF_DEVICEINTERFACE);
if (hdev == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
return true;
}
HDevInfoHolder hdevHolder(hdev);
DWORD i = 0;
SP_DEVICE_INTERFACE_DATA did = {0};
did.cbSize = sizeof(did);
while (::SetupDiEnumDeviceInterfaces(hdev, nullptr, &GUID_DEVCLASS_BATTERY, i,
&did)) {
DWORD bufferSize = 0;
::SetupDiGetDeviceInterfaceDetail(hdev, &did, nullptr, 0, &bufferSize,
nullptr);
if (::GetLastError() != ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_BUFFER) {
return true;
}
UniquePtr<uint8_t[]> buffer(new (std::nothrow) uint8_t[bufferSize]);
if (!buffer) {
return true;
}
PSP_DEVICE_INTERFACE_DETAIL_DATA pdidd =
reinterpret_cast<PSP_DEVICE_INTERFACE_DETAIL_DATA>(buffer.get());
pdidd->cbSize = sizeof(*pdidd);
if (!::SetupDiGetDeviceInterfaceDetail(hdev, &did, pdidd, bufferSize,
&bufferSize, nullptr)) {
return true;
}
HANDLE hbat = ::CreateFile(pdidd->DevicePath, GENERIC_READ | GENERIC_WRITE,
FILE_SHARE_READ | FILE_SHARE_WRITE, nullptr,
OPEN_EXISTING, FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL, nullptr);
if (hbat == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
return true;
}
HandleHolder hbatHolder(hbat);
BATTERY_QUERY_INFORMATION bqi = {0};
DWORD dwWait = 0;
DWORD dwOut;
// We need the tag to query the information below.
if (!::DeviceIoControl(hbat, IOCTL_BATTERY_QUERY_TAG, &dwWait,
sizeof(dwWait), &bqi.BatteryTag,
sizeof(bqi.BatteryTag), &dwOut, nullptr) ||
!bqi.BatteryTag) {
return true;
}
BATTERY_INFORMATION bi = {0};
bqi.InformationLevel = BatteryInformation;
if (!::DeviceIoControl(hbat, IOCTL_BATTERY_QUERY_INFORMATION, &bqi,
sizeof(bqi), &bi, sizeof(bi), &dwOut, nullptr)) {
return true;
}
// If a battery intended for general use (i.e. system use) is not a UPS
// (i.e. short term), then we know for certain we have a battery.
if ((bi.Capabilities & BATTERY_SYSTEM_BATTERY) &&
!(bi.Capabilities & BATTERY_IS_SHORT_TERM)) {
return true;
}
// Otherwise we check the next battery.
++i;
}
// If we fail to enumerate because there are no more batteries to check, then
// we can safely say there are indeed no system batteries.
return ::GetLastError() != ERROR_NO_MORE_ITEMS;
}
/* Other interesting places for info:
* IDXGIAdapter::GetDesc()
* IDirectDraw7::GetAvailableVidMem()
* e->GetAvailableTextureMem()
* */
#define DEVICE_KEY_PREFIX L"\\Registry\\Machine\\"
nsresult GfxInfo::Init() {
nsresult rv = GfxInfoBase::Init();
// If we are locked down in a content process, we can't call any of the
// Win32k APIs below. Any method that accesses members of this class should
// assert that it's not used in content
if (IsWin32kLockedDown()) {
return rv;
}
mHasBattery = HasBattery();
DISPLAY_DEVICEW displayDevice;
displayDevice.cb = sizeof(displayDevice);
int deviceIndex = 0;
const char* spoofedWindowsVersion =
PR_GetEnv("MOZ_GFX_SPOOF_WINDOWS_VERSION");
if (spoofedWindowsVersion) {
PR_sscanf(spoofedWindowsVersion, "%x,%u", &mWindowsVersion,
&mWindowsBuildNumber);
} else {
OSVERSIONINFO vinfo;
vinfo.dwOSVersionInfoSize = sizeof(vinfo);
#ifdef _MSC_VER
# pragma warning(push)
# pragma warning(disable : 4996)
#endif
if (!GetVersionEx(&vinfo)) {
#ifdef _MSC_VER
# pragma warning(pop)
#endif
mWindowsVersion = kWindowsUnknown;
} else {
mWindowsVersion =
int32_t(vinfo.dwMajorVersion << 16) + vinfo.dwMinorVersion;
mWindowsBuildNumber = vinfo.dwBuildNumber;
}
}
mDeviceKeyDebug = u"PrimarySearch"_ns;
while (EnumDisplayDevicesW(nullptr, deviceIndex, &displayDevice, 0)) {
if (displayDevice.StateFlags & DISPLAY_DEVICE_PRIMARY_DEVICE) {
mDeviceKeyDebug = u"NullSearch"_ns;
break;
}
deviceIndex++;
}
// make sure the string is nullptr terminated
if (wcsnlen(displayDevice.DeviceKey, ArrayLength(displayDevice.DeviceKey)) ==
ArrayLength(displayDevice.DeviceKey)) {
// we did not find a nullptr
return rv;
}
mDeviceKeyDebug = displayDevice.DeviceKey;
/* DeviceKey is "reserved" according to MSDN so we'll be careful with it */
/* check that DeviceKey begins with DEVICE_KEY_PREFIX */
/* some systems have a DeviceKey starting with \REGISTRY\Machine\ so we need
* to compare case insenstively */
/* If the device key is empty, we are most likely in a remote desktop
* environment. In this case we set the devicekey to an empty string so
* it can be handled later.
*/
if (displayDevice.DeviceKey[0] != '\0') {
if (_wcsnicmp(displayDevice.DeviceKey, DEVICE_KEY_PREFIX,
ArrayLength(DEVICE_KEY_PREFIX) - 1) != 0) {
return rv;
}
// chop off DEVICE_KEY_PREFIX
mDeviceKey[0] =
displayDevice.DeviceKey + ArrayLength(DEVICE_KEY_PREFIX) - 1;
} else {
mDeviceKey[0].Truncate();
}
mDeviceID[0] = displayDevice.DeviceID;
mDeviceString[0] = displayDevice.DeviceString;
// On Windows 8 and Server 2012 hosts, we want to not block RDP
// sessions from attempting hardware acceleration. RemoteFX
// provides features and functionaltiy that can give a good D3D10 +
// D2D + DirectWrite experience emulated via a software GPU.
//
// Unfortunately, the Device ID is nullptr, and we can't enumerate
// it using the setup infrastructure (SetupDiGetClassDevsW below
// will return INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE).
UINT flags = DIGCF_PRESENT | DIGCF_PROFILE | DIGCF_ALLCLASSES;
if (mWindowsVersion >= kWindows8 && mDeviceID[0].Length() == 0 &&
mDeviceString[0].EqualsLiteral("RDPUDD Chained DD")) {
WCHAR sysdir[255];
UINT len = GetSystemDirectory(sysdir, sizeof(sysdir));
if (len < sizeof(sysdir)) {
nsString rdpudd(sysdir);
rdpudd.AppendLiteral("\\rdpudd.dll");
gfxWindowsPlatform::GetDLLVersion(rdpudd.BeginReading(),
mDriverVersion[0]);
mDriverDate[0].AssignLiteral("01-01-1970");
// 0x1414 is Microsoft; 0xfefe is an invented (and unused) code
mDeviceID[0].AssignLiteral("PCI\\VEN_1414&DEV_FEFE&SUBSYS_00000000");
flags |= DIGCF_DEVICEINTERFACE;
}
}
/* create a device information set composed of the current display device */
HDEVINFO devinfo =
SetupDiGetClassDevsW(nullptr, mDeviceID[0].get(), nullptr, flags);
if (devinfo != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
HKEY key;
LONG result;
WCHAR value[255];
DWORD dwcbData;
SP_DEVINFO_DATA devinfoData;
DWORD memberIndex = 0;
devinfoData.cbSize = sizeof(devinfoData);
constexpr auto driverKeyPre =
u"System\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Class\\"_ns;
/* enumerate device information elements in the device information set */
while (SetupDiEnumDeviceInfo(devinfo, memberIndex++, &devinfoData)) {
/* get a string that identifies the device's driver key */
if (SetupDiGetDeviceRegistryPropertyW(devinfo, &devinfoData, SPDRP_DRIVER,
nullptr, (PBYTE)value,
sizeof(value), nullptr)) {
nsAutoString driverKey(driverKeyPre);
driverKey += value;
result = RegOpenKeyExW(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, driverKey.get(), 0,
KEY_QUERY_VALUE, &key);
if (result == ERROR_SUCCESS) {
/* we've found the driver we're looking for */
dwcbData = sizeof(value);
result = RegQueryValueExW(key, L"DriverVersion", nullptr, nullptr,
(LPBYTE)value, &dwcbData);
if (result == ERROR_SUCCESS) {
mDriverVersion[0] = value;
} else {
// If the entry wasn't found, assume the worst (0.0.0.0).
mDriverVersion[0].AssignLiteral("0.0.0.0");
}
dwcbData = sizeof(value);
result = RegQueryValueExW(key, L"DriverDate", nullptr, nullptr,
(LPBYTE)value, &dwcbData);
if (result == ERROR_SUCCESS) {
mDriverDate[0] = value;
} else {
// Again, assume the worst
mDriverDate[0].AssignLiteral("01-01-1970");
}
RegCloseKey(key);
break;
}
}
}
SetupDiDestroyDeviceInfoList(devinfo);
}
// It is convenient to have these as integers
uint32_t adapterVendorID[2] = {0, 0};
uint32_t adapterDeviceID[2] = {0, 0};
uint32_t adapterSubsysID[2] = {0, 0};
adapterVendorID[0] = ParseIDFromDeviceID(mDeviceID[0], "VEN_", 4);
adapterDeviceID[0] = ParseIDFromDeviceID(mDeviceID[0], "&DEV_", 4);
adapterSubsysID[0] = ParseIDFromDeviceID(mDeviceID[0], "&SUBSYS_", 8);
// Sometimes we don't get the valid device using this method. For now,
// allow zero vendor or device as valid, as long as the other value is
// non-zero.
bool foundValidDevice = (adapterVendorID[0] != 0 || adapterDeviceID[0] != 0);
// We now check for second display adapter. If we didn't find the valid
// device using the original approach, we will try the alternative.
// Device interface class for display adapters.
CLSID GUID_DISPLAY_DEVICE_ARRIVAL;
HRESULT hresult = CLSIDFromString(L"{1CA05180-A699-450A-9A0C-DE4FBE3DDD89}",
&GUID_DISPLAY_DEVICE_ARRIVAL);
if (hresult == NOERROR) {
devinfo =
SetupDiGetClassDevsW(&GUID_DISPLAY_DEVICE_ARRIVAL, nullptr, nullptr,
DIGCF_PRESENT | DIGCF_INTERFACEDEVICE);
if (devinfo != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
HKEY key;
LONG result;
WCHAR value[255];
DWORD dwcbData;
SP_DEVINFO_DATA devinfoData;
DWORD memberIndex = 0;
devinfoData.cbSize = sizeof(devinfoData);
nsAutoString adapterDriver2;
nsAutoString deviceID2;
nsAutoString driverVersion2;
nsAutoString driverDate2;
constexpr auto driverKeyPre =
u"System\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Class\\"_ns;
/* enumerate device information elements in the device information set */
while (SetupDiEnumDeviceInfo(devinfo, memberIndex++, &devinfoData)) {
/* get a string that identifies the device's driver key */
if (SetupDiGetDeviceRegistryPropertyW(
devinfo, &devinfoData, SPDRP_DRIVER, nullptr, (PBYTE)value,
sizeof(value), nullptr)) {
nsAutoString driverKey2(driverKeyPre);
driverKey2 += value;
result = RegOpenKeyExW(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, driverKey2.get(), 0,
KEY_QUERY_VALUE, &key);
if (result == ERROR_SUCCESS) {
dwcbData = sizeof(value);
result = RegQueryValueExW(key, L"MatchingDeviceId", nullptr,
nullptr, (LPBYTE)value, &dwcbData);
if (result != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
continue;
}
deviceID2 = value;
adapterVendorID[1] = ParseIDFromDeviceID(deviceID2, "VEN_", 4);
adapterDeviceID[1] = ParseIDFromDeviceID(deviceID2, "&DEV_", 4);
// Skip the devices we already considered, as well as any
// "zero" ones.
if ((adapterVendorID[0] == adapterVendorID[1] &&
adapterDeviceID[0] == adapterDeviceID[1]) ||
(adapterVendorID[1] == 0 && adapterDeviceID[1] == 0)) {
RegCloseKey(key);
continue;
}
// If this device is missing driver information, it is unlikely to
// be a real display adapter.
if (NS_FAILED(GetKeyValue(driverKey2.get(),
L"InstalledDisplayDrivers",
adapterDriver2, REG_MULTI_SZ))) {
RegCloseKey(key);
continue;
}
dwcbData = sizeof(value);
result = RegQueryValueExW(key, L"DriverVersion", nullptr, nullptr,
(LPBYTE)value, &dwcbData);
if (result != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
RegCloseKey(key);
continue;
}
driverVersion2 = value;
dwcbData = sizeof(value);
result = RegQueryValueExW(key, L"DriverDate", nullptr, nullptr,
(LPBYTE)value, &dwcbData);
if (result != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
RegCloseKey(key);
continue;
}
driverDate2 = value;
dwcbData = sizeof(value);
result = RegQueryValueExW(key, L"Device Description", nullptr,
nullptr, (LPBYTE)value, &dwcbData);
if (result != ERROR_SUCCESS) {
dwcbData = sizeof(value);
result = RegQueryValueExW(key, L"DriverDesc", nullptr, nullptr,
(LPBYTE)value, &dwcbData);
}
RegCloseKey(key);
if (result == ERROR_SUCCESS) {
// If we didn't find a valid device with the original method
// take this one, and continue looking for the second GPU.
if (!foundValidDevice) {
foundValidDevice = true;
adapterVendorID[0] = adapterVendorID[1];
adapterDeviceID[0] = adapterDeviceID[1];
mDeviceString[0] = value;
mDeviceID[0] = deviceID2;
mDeviceKey[0] = driverKey2;
mDriverVersion[0] = driverVersion2;
mDriverDate[0] = driverDate2;
adapterSubsysID[0] =
ParseIDFromDeviceID(mDeviceID[0], "&SUBSYS_", 8);
continue;
}
mHasDualGPU = true;
mDeviceString[1] = value;
mDeviceID[1] = deviceID2;
mDeviceKey[1] = driverKey2;
mDriverVersion[1] = driverVersion2;
mDriverDate[1] = driverDate2;
adapterSubsysID[1] =
ParseIDFromDeviceID(mDeviceID[1], "&SUBSYS_", 8);
mAdapterVendorID[1].AppendPrintf("0x%04x", adapterVendorID[1]);
mAdapterDeviceID[1].AppendPrintf("0x%04x", adapterDeviceID[1]);
mAdapterSubsysID[1].AppendPrintf("%08x", adapterSubsysID[1]);
break;
}
}
}
}
SetupDiDestroyDeviceInfoList(devinfo);
}
}
mAdapterVendorID[0].AppendPrintf("0x%04x", adapterVendorID[0]);
mAdapterDeviceID[0].AppendPrintf("0x%04x", adapterDeviceID[0]);
mAdapterSubsysID[0].AppendPrintf("%08x", adapterSubsysID[0]);
// Sometimes, the enumeration is not quite right and the two adapters
// end up being swapped. Actually enumerate the adapters that come
// back from the DXGI factory to check, and tag the second as active
// if found.
if (mHasDualGPU) {
nsModuleHandle dxgiModule(LoadLibrarySystem32(L"dxgi.dll"));
decltype(CreateDXGIFactory)* createDXGIFactory =
(decltype(CreateDXGIFactory)*)GetProcAddress(dxgiModule,
"CreateDXGIFactory");
if (createDXGIFactory) {
RefPtr<IDXGIFactory> factory = nullptr;
createDXGIFactory(__uuidof(IDXGIFactory), (void**)(&factory));
if (factory) {
RefPtr<IDXGIAdapter> adapter;
if (SUCCEEDED(factory->EnumAdapters(0, getter_AddRefs(adapter)))) {
DXGI_ADAPTER_DESC desc;
PodZero(&desc);
if (SUCCEEDED(adapter->GetDesc(&desc))) {
if (desc.VendorId != adapterVendorID[0] &&
desc.DeviceId != adapterDeviceID[0] &&
desc.VendorId == adapterVendorID[1] &&
desc.DeviceId == adapterDeviceID[1]) {
mActiveGPUIndex = 1;
}
}
}
}
}
}
mHasDriverVersionMismatch = false;
if (mAdapterVendorID[mActiveGPUIndex] ==
GfxDriverInfo::GetDeviceVendor(DeviceVendor::Intel)) {
// we've had big crashers (bugs 590373 and 595364) apparently correlated
// with bad Intel driver installations where the DriverVersion reported
// by the registry was not the version of the DLL.
// Note that these start without the .dll extension but eventually gain it.
bool is64bitApp = sizeof(void*) == 8;
nsAutoString dllFileName(is64bitApp ? u"igd10umd64" : u"igd10umd32");
nsAutoString dllFileName2(is64bitApp ? u"igd10iumd64" : u"igd10iumd32");
nsString dllVersion, dllVersion2;
uint64_t dllNumericVersion = 0, dllNumericVersion2 = 0,
driverNumericVersion = 0, knownSafeMismatchVersion = 0;
// Only parse the DLL version for those found in the driver list
nsAutoString eligibleDLLs;
if (NS_SUCCEEDED(GetAdapterDriver(eligibleDLLs))) {
if (FindInReadable(dllFileName, eligibleDLLs)) {
dllFileName += u".dll"_ns;
gfxWindowsPlatform::GetDLLVersion(dllFileName.get(), dllVersion);
ParseDriverVersion(dllVersion, &dllNumericVersion);
}
if (FindInReadable(dllFileName2, eligibleDLLs)) {
dllFileName2 += u".dll"_ns;
gfxWindowsPlatform::GetDLLVersion(dllFileName2.get(), dllVersion2);
ParseDriverVersion(dllVersion2, &dllNumericVersion2);
}
}
// Sometimes the DLL is not in the System32 nor SysWOW64 directories. But
// UserModeDriverName (or UserModeDriverNameWow, if available) might provide
// the full path to the DLL in some DriverStore FileRepository.
if (dllNumericVersion == 0 && dllNumericVersion2 == 0) {
nsTArray<nsString> eligibleDLLpaths;
const WCHAR* keyLocation = mDeviceKey[mActiveGPUIndex].get();
GetKeyValues(keyLocation, L"UserModeDriverName", eligibleDLLpaths);
GetKeyValues(keyLocation, L"UserModeDriverNameWow", eligibleDLLpaths);
size_t length = eligibleDLLpaths.Length();
for (size_t i = 0;
i < length && dllNumericVersion == 0 && dllNumericVersion2 == 0;
++i) {
if (FindInReadable(dllFileName, eligibleDLLpaths[i])) {
gfxWindowsPlatform::GetDLLVersion(eligibleDLLpaths[i].get(),
dllVersion);
ParseDriverVersion(dllVersion, &dllNumericVersion);
} else if (FindInReadable(dllFileName2, eligibleDLLpaths[i])) {
gfxWindowsPlatform::GetDLLVersion(eligibleDLLpaths[i].get(),
dllVersion2);
ParseDriverVersion(dllVersion2, &dllNumericVersion2);
}
}
}
ParseDriverVersion(mDriverVersion[mActiveGPUIndex], &driverNumericVersion);
ParseDriverVersion(u"9.17.10.0"_ns, &knownSafeMismatchVersion);
// If there's a driver version mismatch, consider this harmful only when
// the driver version is less than knownSafeMismatchVersion. See the
// above comment about crashes with old mismatches. If the GetDllVersion
// call fails, we are not calling it a mismatch.
if ((dllNumericVersion != 0 && dllNumericVersion != driverNumericVersion) ||
(dllNumericVersion2 != 0 &&
dllNumericVersion2 != driverNumericVersion)) {
if (driverNumericVersion < knownSafeMismatchVersion ||
std::max(dllNumericVersion, dllNumericVersion2) <
knownSafeMismatchVersion) {
mHasDriverVersionMismatch = true;
gfxCriticalNoteOnce
<< "Mismatched driver versions between the registry "
<< NS_ConvertUTF16toUTF8(mDriverVersion[mActiveGPUIndex]).get()
<< " and DLL(s) " << NS_ConvertUTF16toUTF8(dllVersion).get() << ", "
<< NS_ConvertUTF16toUTF8(dllVersion2).get() << " reported.";
}
} else if (dllNumericVersion == 0 && dllNumericVersion2 == 0) {
// Leave it as an asserting error for now, to see if we can find
// a system that exhibits this kind of a problem internally.
gfxCriticalErrorOnce()
<< "Potential driver version mismatch ignored due to missing DLLs "
<< NS_ConvertUTF16toUTF8(dllFileName).get()
<< " v=" << NS_ConvertUTF16toUTF8(dllVersion).get() << " and "
<< NS_ConvertUTF16toUTF8(dllFileName2).get()
<< " v=" << NS_ConvertUTF16toUTF8(dllVersion2).get();
}
}
// Get monitor information
RefreshMonitors();
const char* spoofedDriverVersionString =
PR_GetEnv("MOZ_GFX_SPOOF_DRIVER_VERSION");
if (spoofedDriverVersionString) {
mDriverVersion[mActiveGPUIndex].AssignASCII(spoofedDriverVersionString);
}
const char* spoofedVendor = PR_GetEnv("MOZ_GFX_SPOOF_VENDOR_ID");
if (spoofedVendor) {
mAdapterVendorID[mActiveGPUIndex].AssignASCII(spoofedVendor);
}
const char* spoofedDevice = PR_GetEnv("MOZ_GFX_SPOOF_DEVICE_ID");
if (spoofedDevice) {
mAdapterDeviceID[mActiveGPUIndex].AssignASCII(spoofedDevice);
}
AddCrashReportAnnotations();
return rv;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDescription(nsAString& aAdapterDescription) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterDescription = mDeviceString[mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDescription2(nsAString& aAdapterDescription) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterDescription = mDeviceString[1 - mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::RefreshMonitors() {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
mDisplayInfo.Clear();
for (int deviceIndex = 0;; deviceIndex++) {
DISPLAY_DEVICEW device;
device.cb = sizeof(device);
if (!::EnumDisplayDevicesW(nullptr, deviceIndex, &device, 0)) {
break;
}
if (!(device.StateFlags & DISPLAY_DEVICE_ACTIVE)) {
continue;
}
DEVMODEW mode;
mode.dmSize = sizeof(mode);
mode.dmDriverExtra = 0;
if (!::EnumDisplaySettingsW(device.DeviceName, ENUM_CURRENT_SETTINGS,
&mode)) {
continue;
}
DisplayInfo displayInfo;
displayInfo.mScreenWidth = mode.dmPelsWidth;
displayInfo.mScreenHeight = mode.dmPelsHeight;
displayInfo.mRefreshRate = mode.dmDisplayFrequency;
displayInfo.mIsPseudoDisplay =
!!(device.StateFlags & DISPLAY_DEVICE_MIRRORING_DRIVER);
displayInfo.mDeviceString = device.DeviceString;
mDisplayInfo.AppendElement(displayInfo);
}
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterRAM(uint32_t* aAdapterRAM) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
uint32_t result = 0;
if (NS_FAILED(GetKeyValue(mDeviceKey[mActiveGPUIndex].get(),
L"HardwareInformation.qwMemorySize", result,
REG_QWORD)) ||
result == 0) {
if (NS_FAILED(GetKeyValue(mDeviceKey[mActiveGPUIndex].get(),
L"HardwareInformation.MemorySize", result,
REG_DWORD))) {
result = 0;
}
}
*aAdapterRAM = result;
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterRAM2(uint32_t* aAdapterRAM) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
uint32_t result = 0;
if (mHasDualGPU) {
if (NS_FAILED(GetKeyValue(mDeviceKey[1 - mActiveGPUIndex].get(),
L"HardwareInformation.qwMemorySize", result,
REG_QWORD)) ||
result == 0) {
if (NS_FAILED(GetKeyValue(mDeviceKey[1 - mActiveGPUIndex].get(),
L"HardwareInformation.MemorySize", result,
REG_DWORD))) {
result = 0;
}
}
}
*aAdapterRAM = result;
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDriver(nsAString& aAdapterDriver) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
if (NS_FAILED(GetKeyValue(mDeviceKey[mActiveGPUIndex].get(),
L"InstalledDisplayDrivers", aAdapterDriver,
REG_MULTI_SZ)))
aAdapterDriver = L"Unknown";
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDriver2(nsAString& aAdapterDriver) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
if (!mHasDualGPU) {
aAdapterDriver.Truncate();
} else if (NS_FAILED(GetKeyValue(mDeviceKey[1 - mActiveGPUIndex].get(),
L"InstalledDisplayDrivers", aAdapterDriver,
REG_MULTI_SZ))) {
aAdapterDriver = L"Unknown";
}
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDriverVendor(nsAString& aAdapterDriverVendor) {
aAdapterDriverVendor.Truncate();
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDriverVersion(nsAString& aAdapterDriverVersion) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterDriverVersion = mDriverVersion[mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDriverDate(nsAString& aAdapterDriverDate) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterDriverDate = mDriverDate[mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDriverVendor2(nsAString& aAdapterDriverVendor) {
aAdapterDriverVendor.Truncate();
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDriverVersion2(nsAString& aAdapterDriverVersion) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterDriverVersion = mDriverVersion[1 - mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDriverDate2(nsAString& aAdapterDriverDate) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterDriverDate = mDriverDate[1 - mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterVendorID(nsAString& aAdapterVendorID) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterVendorID = mAdapterVendorID[mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterVendorID2(nsAString& aAdapterVendorID) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterVendorID = mAdapterVendorID[1 - mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDeviceID(nsAString& aAdapterDeviceID) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterDeviceID = mAdapterDeviceID[mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterDeviceID2(nsAString& aAdapterDeviceID) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterDeviceID = mAdapterDeviceID[1 - mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterSubsysID(nsAString& aAdapterSubsysID) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterSubsysID = mAdapterSubsysID[mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetAdapterSubsysID2(nsAString& aAdapterSubsysID) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
aAdapterSubsysID = mAdapterSubsysID[1 - mActiveGPUIndex];
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetIsGPU2Active(bool* aIsGPU2Active) {
// This is never the case, as the active GPU ends up being
// the first one. It should probably be removed.
*aIsGPU2Active = false;
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetDisplayInfo(nsTArray<nsString>& aDisplayInfo) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
for (auto displayInfo : mDisplayInfo) {
nsString value;
value.AppendPrintf("%dx%d@%dHz %s %s", displayInfo.mScreenWidth,
displayInfo.mScreenHeight, displayInfo.mRefreshRate,
displayInfo.mIsPseudoDisplay ? "Pseudo Display :" : ":",
NS_ConvertUTF16toUTF8(displayInfo.mDeviceString).get());
aDisplayInfo.AppendElement(value);
}
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetDisplayWidth(nsTArray<uint32_t>& aDisplayWidth) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
for (auto displayInfo : mDisplayInfo) {
aDisplayWidth.AppendElement((uint32_t)displayInfo.mScreenWidth);
}
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetDisplayHeight(nsTArray<uint32_t>& aDisplayHeight) {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
for (auto displayInfo : mDisplayInfo) {
aDisplayHeight.AppendElement((uint32_t)displayInfo.mScreenHeight);
}
return NS_OK;
}
NS_IMETHODIMP
GfxInfo::GetDrmRenderDevice(nsACString& aDrmRenderDevice) {
return NS_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED;
}
/* Cisco's VPN software can cause corruption of the floating point state.
* Make a note of this in our crash reports so that some weird crashes
* make more sense */
static void CheckForCiscoVPN() {
LONG result;
HKEY key;
/* This will give false positives, but hopefully no false negatives */
result =
RegOpenKeyExW(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, L"Software\\Cisco Systems\\VPN Client",
0, KEY_QUERY_VALUE, &key);
if (result == ERROR_SUCCESS) {
RegCloseKey(key);
CrashReporter::AppendAppNotesToCrashReport("Cisco VPN\n"_ns);
}
}
void GfxInfo::AddCrashReportAnnotations() {
AssertNotWin32kLockdown();
CheckForCiscoVPN();
if (mHasDriverVersionMismatch) {
CrashReporter::AppendAppNotesToCrashReport("DriverVersionMismatch\n"_ns);
}
nsString deviceID, vendorID, driverVersion, subsysID;
nsCString narrowDeviceID, narrowVendorID, narrowDriverVersion, narrowSubsysID;
GetAdapterDeviceID(deviceID);
CopyUTF16toUTF8(deviceID, narrowDeviceID);
GetAdapterVendorID(vendorID);
CopyUTF16toUTF8(vendorID, narrowVendorID);
GetAdapterDriverVersion(driverVersion);
CopyUTF16toUTF8(driverVersion, narrowDriverVersion);
GetAdapterSubsysID(subsysID);
CopyUTF16toUTF8(subsysID, narrowSubsysID);
CrashReporter::AnnotateCrashReport(CrashReporter::Annotation::AdapterVendorID,
narrowVendorID);
CrashReporter::AnnotateCrashReport(CrashReporter::Annotation::AdapterDeviceID,
narrowDeviceID);
CrashReporter::AnnotateCrashReport(
CrashReporter::Annotation::AdapterDriverVersion, narrowDriverVersion);
CrashReporter::AnnotateCrashReport(CrashReporter::Annotation::AdapterSubsysID,
narrowSubsysID);
/* Add an App Note, this contains extra information. */
nsAutoCString note;
// TODO: We should probably convert this into a proper annotation
if (vendorID == GfxDriverInfo::GetDeviceVendor(DeviceVendor::All)) {
/* if we didn't find a valid vendorID lets append the mDeviceID string to
* try to find out why */
LossyAppendUTF16toASCII(mDeviceID[mActiveGPUIndex], note);
note.AppendLiteral(", ");
LossyAppendUTF16toASCII(mDeviceKeyDebug, note);
}
note.AppendLiteral("\n");
if (mHasDualGPU) {
nsString deviceID2, vendorID2, subsysID2;
nsAutoString adapterDriverVersionString2;
nsCString narrowDeviceID2, narrowVendorID2, narrowSubsysID2;
// Make a slight difference between the two cases so that we
// can see it in the crash reports. It may come in handy.
if (mActiveGPUIndex == 1) {
note.AppendLiteral("Has dual GPUs. GPU-#2: ");
} else {
note.AppendLiteral("Has dual GPUs. GPU #2: ");
}
GetAdapterDeviceID2(deviceID2);
CopyUTF16toUTF8(deviceID2, narrowDeviceID2);
GetAdapterVendorID2(vendorID2);
CopyUTF16toUTF8(vendorID2, narrowVendorID2);
GetAdapterDriverVersion2(adapterDriverVersionString2);
GetAdapterSubsysID(subsysID2);
CopyUTF16toUTF8(subsysID2, narrowSubsysID2);
note.AppendLiteral("AdapterVendorID2: ");
note.Append(narrowVendorID2);
note.AppendLiteral(", AdapterDeviceID2: ");
note.Append(narrowDeviceID2);
note.AppendLiteral(", AdapterSubsysID2: ");
note.Append(narrowSubsysID2);
note.AppendLiteral(", AdapterDriverVersion2: ");
note.Append(NS_LossyConvertUTF16toASCII(adapterDriverVersionString2));
}
CrashReporter::AppendAppNotesToCrashReport(note);
}
static OperatingSystem WindowsVersionToOperatingSystem(
int32_t aWindowsVersion) {
switch (aWindowsVersion) {
case kWindows7:
return OperatingSystem::Windows7;
case kWindows8:
return OperatingSystem::Windows8;
case kWindows8_1:
return OperatingSystem::Windows8_1;
case kWindows10:
return OperatingSystem::Windows10;
case kWindowsUnknown:
default:
return OperatingSystem::Unknown;
}
}
static bool OnlyAllowFeatureOnWhitelistedVendor(int32_t aFeature) {
switch (aFeature) {
// The GPU process doesn't need hardware acceleration and can run on
// devices that we normally block from not being on our whitelist.
case nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_GPU_PROCESS:
// We can mostly assume that ANGLE will work
case nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT3D_11_ANGLE:
return false;
default:
return true;
}
}
// Return true if the CPU supports AVX, but the operating system does not.
#if defined(_M_X64)
static inline bool DetectBrokenAVX() {
int regs[4];
__cpuid(regs, 0);
if (regs[0] == 0) {
// Level not supported.
return false;
}
__cpuid(regs, 1);
const unsigned AVX = 1u << 28;
const unsigned XSAVE = 1u << 26;
if ((regs[2] & (AVX | XSAVE)) != (AVX | XSAVE)) {
// AVX is not supported on this CPU.
return false;
}
const unsigned OSXSAVE = 1u << 27;
if ((regs[2] & OSXSAVE) != OSXSAVE) {
// AVX is supported, but the OS didn't enable it.
// This can be forced via bcdedit /set xsavedisable 1.
return true;
}
const unsigned AVX_CTRL_BITS = (1 << 1) | (1 << 2);
return (xgetbv(0) & AVX_CTRL_BITS) != AVX_CTRL_BITS;
}
#endif
const nsTArray<GfxDriverInfo>& GfxInfo::GetGfxDriverInfo() {
if (!sDriverInfo->Length()) {
/*
* It should be noted here that more specialized rules on certain features
* should be inserted -before- more generalized restriction. As the first
* match for feature/OS/device found in the list will be used for the final
* blocklisting call.
*/
/*
* NVIDIA entries
*/
/*
* The last 5 digit of the NVIDIA driver version maps to the version that
* NVIDIA uses. The minor version (15, 16, 17) corresponds roughtly to the
* OS (Vista, Win7, Win7) but they show up in smaller numbers across all
* OS versions (perhaps due to OS upgrades). So we want to support
* October 2009+ drivers across all these minor versions.
*
* 187.45 (late October 2009) and earlier contain a bug which can cause us
* to crash on shutdown.
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::NvidiaAll,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL, V(8, 15, 11, 8745),
"FEATURE_FAILURE_NV_W7_15", "nVidia driver > 187.45");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_RANGE(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::NvidiaAll,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_BETWEEN_INCLUSIVE_START, V(8, 16, 10, 0000), V(8, 16, 11, 8745),
"FEATURE_FAILURE_NV_W7_16", "nVidia driver > 187.45");
// Telemetry doesn't show any driver in this range so it might not even be
// required.
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_RANGE(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::NvidiaAll,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_BETWEEN_INCLUSIVE_START, V(8, 17, 10, 0000), V(8, 17, 11, 8745),
"FEATURE_FAILURE_NV_W7_17", "nVidia driver > 187.45");
/*
* AMD/ATI entries. 8.56.1.15 is the driver that shipped with Windows 7 RTM
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_LESS_THAN, V(8, 56, 1, 15), "FEATURE_FAILURE_AMD1", "8.56.1.15");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_EQUAL, V(8, 832, 0, 0), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1099252");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_EQUAL, V(8, 783, 2, 2000), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1118695");
//
// There are a several reports of strange rendering corruptions with this
// driver version, with and without webrender. We weren't able to
// reproduce these problems, but the users were able to update their
// drivers and it went away. So just to be safe, let's blocklist all
// gpu use with this particular (very old) driver, restricted
// to Win10 since we only have reports from that platform.
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows10, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_EQUAL, V(22, 19, 162, 4), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1587155");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_RANGE(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_HARDWARE_VIDEO_DECODING,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_BETWEEN_INCLUSIVE,
V(15, 200, 0, 0), V(15, 200, 1062, 1004), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1198815",
"15.200.0.0-15.200.1062.1004");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_RANGE(
OperatingSystem::Windows10, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_HARDWARE_VIDEO_DECODING,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_BETWEEN_INCLUSIVE,
V(15, 200, 0, 0), V(15, 301, 2301, 1002), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1267970",
"15.200.0.0-15.301.2301.1002");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_RANGE(
OperatingSystem::Windows10, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_HARDWARE_VIDEO_DECODING,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_BETWEEN_INCLUSIVE,
V(16, 100, 0, 0), V(16, 300, 2311, 0), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1267970",
"16.100.0.0-16.300.2311.0");
/*
* Bug 783517 - crashes in AMD driver on Windows 8
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_RANGE(
OperatingSystem::Windows8, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_BETWEEN_INCLUSIVE_START, V(8, 982, 0, 0), V(8, 983, 0, 0),
"FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_783517_AMD", "!= 8.982.*.*");
/*
* Bug 1599981 - crashes in AMD driver on Windows 10
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows10, DeviceFamily::RadeonCaicos,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT3D_11_LAYERS,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_LESS_THAN,
V(15, 301, 1901, 0), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1599981");
/* OpenGL on any ATI/AMD hardware is discouraged
* See:
* bug 619773 - WebGL: Crash with blue screen : "NMI: Parity Check / Memory
* Parity Error" bugs 584403, 584404, 620924 - crashes in atioglxx
* + many complaints about incorrect rendering
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_OPENGL_LAYERS, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DISCOURAGED,
DRIVER_LESS_THAN, GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_OGL_ATI_DIS");
/*
* Intel entries
*/
/* The driver versions used here come from bug 594877. They might not
* be particularly relevant anymore.
*/
#define IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(winVer, devFamily, driverVer, ruleId) \
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(winVer, devFamily, GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, \
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, \
DRIVER_LESS_THAN, driverVer, ruleId)
#define IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_D2D(winVer, devFamily, driverVer, \
ruleId) \
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(winVer, devFamily, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT2D, \
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, \
DRIVER_BUILD_ID_LESS_THAN, driverVer, ruleId)
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_D2D(OperatingSystem::Windows7,
DeviceFamily::IntelGMA500, 2026,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_594877_7");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_D2D(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelGMA900,
GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions, "FEATURE_FAILURE_594877_8");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_D2D(OperatingSystem::Windows7,
DeviceFamily::IntelGMA950, 1930,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_594877_9");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_D2D(OperatingSystem::Windows7,
DeviceFamily::IntelGMA3150, 2117,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_594877_10");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_D2D(OperatingSystem::Windows7,
DeviceFamily::IntelGMAX3000, 1930,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_594877_11");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_D2D(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelHDGraphicsToSandyBridge,
2202, "FEATURE_FAILURE_594877_12");
/* Disable Direct2D on Intel GMAX4500 devices because of rendering
* corruption discovered in bug 1180379. These seems to affect even the most
* recent drivers. We're black listing all of the devices to be safe even
* though we've only confirmed the issue on the G45
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::IntelGMAX4500HD,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT2D, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DEVICE,
DRIVER_LESS_THAN, GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_1180379");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelGMA500, V(5, 0, 0, 2026),
"FEATURE_FAILURE_INTEL_16");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelGMA900,
GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions, "FEATURE_FAILURE_INTEL_17");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelGMA950,
V(8, 15, 10, 1930), "FEATURE_FAILURE_INTEL_18");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelGMA3150,
V(8, 14, 10, 1972), "FEATURE_FAILURE_INTEL_19");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelGMAX3000,
V(7, 15, 10, 1666), "FEATURE_FAILURE_INTEL_20");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelGMAX4500HD,
V(7, 15, 10, 1666), "FEATURE_FAILURE_INTEL_21");
IMPLEMENT_INTEL_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelHDGraphicsToSandyBridge,
V(7, 15, 10, 1666), "FEATURE_FAILURE_INTEL_22");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelGMAX4500HD,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_EQUAL, V(8, 15, 10, 1749), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1074378_1",
"8.15.10.2342");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelHDGraphicsToSandyBridge,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_EQUAL, V(8, 15, 10, 1749), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1074378_2",
"8.15.10.2342");
/* OpenGL on any Intel hardware is discouraged */
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::IntelAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_OPENGL_LAYERS, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DISCOURAGED,
DRIVER_LESS_THAN, GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_INTEL_OGL_DIS");
/**
* Disable acceleration on Intel HD 3000 for graphics drivers
* <= 8.15.10.2321. See bug 1018278 and bug 1060736.
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::IntelSandyBridge,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_BUILD_ID_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL, 2321, "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1018278",
"X.X.X.2342");
/**
* Disable D2D on Win7 on Intel Haswell for graphics drivers build id <=
* 4578. See bug 1432610
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(OperatingSystem::Windows7,
DeviceFamily::IntelHaswell,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT2D,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_BUILD_ID_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL, 4578,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1432610");
/* Disable D2D on Win7 on Intel HD Graphics on driver <= 8.15.10.2302
* See bug 806786
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelMobileHDGraphics,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT2D,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL,
V(8, 15, 10, 2302), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_806786");
/* Disable D2D on Win8 on Intel HD Graphics on driver <= 8.15.10.2302
* See bug 804144 and 863683
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows8, DeviceFamily::IntelMobileHDGraphics,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT2D,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL,
V(8, 15, 10, 2302), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_804144");
/* Disable D2D on Win7 on Intel HD Graphics on driver == 8.15.10.2418
* See bug 1433790
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::IntelHDGraphicsToSandyBridge,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT2D,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_EQUAL,
V(8, 15, 10, 2418), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1433790");
/* Disable D3D11 layers on Intel G41 express graphics and Intel GM965, Intel
* X3100, for causing device resets. See bug 1116812.
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::Bug1116812,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT3D_11_LAYERS,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DEVICE, DRIVER_LESS_THAN,
GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions, "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1116812");
/* Disable D3D11 layers on Intel GMA 3150 for failing to allocate a shared
* handle for textures. See bug 1207665. Additionally block D2D so we don't
* accidentally use WARP.
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::Bug1207665,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT3D_11_LAYERS,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DEVICE, DRIVER_LESS_THAN,
GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions, "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1207665_1");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::Bug1207665,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT2D, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DEVICE,
DRIVER_LESS_THAN, GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1207665_2");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows10, DeviceFamily::QualcommAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT2D,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_LESS_THAN,
GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions, "FEATURE_FAILURE_QUALCOMM");
// Bug 1548410. Disable hardware accelerated video decoding on
// Qualcomm drivers used on Windows on ARM64 which are known to
// cause BSOD's and output suprious green frames while decoding video.
// Bug 1592826 expands the blocklist.
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows10, DeviceFamily::QualcommAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_HARDWARE_VIDEO_DECODING,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL,
V(25, 18, 10440, 0), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1592826");
/* Disable D2D on AMD Catalyst 14.4 until 14.6
* See bug 984488
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_RANGE(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT2D,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_BETWEEN_INCLUSIVE_START, V(14, 1, 0, 0), V(14, 2, 0, 0),
"FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_984488_1", "ATI Catalyst 14.6+");
/* Disable D3D9 layers on NVIDIA 6100/6150/6200 series due to glitches
* whilst scrolling. See bugs: 612007, 644787 & 645872.
*/
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::NvidiaBlockD3D9Layers,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT3D_9_LAYERS,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DEVICE, DRIVER_LESS_THAN,
GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions, "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_612007");
/* Microsoft RemoteFX; blocked less than 6.2.0.0 */
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::MicrosoftAll,
GfxDriverInfo::allFeatures, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_LESS_THAN, V(6, 2, 0, 0), "< 6.2.0.0",
"FEATURE_FAILURE_REMOTE_FX");
/* Bug 1008759: Optimus (NVidia) crash. Disable D2D on NV 310M. */
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::Nvidia310M,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_DIRECT2D, nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DEVICE,
DRIVER_LESS_THAN, GfxDriverInfo::allDriverVersions,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1008759");
/* Bug 1139503: DXVA crashes with ATI cards on windows 10. */
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows10, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_HARDWARE_VIDEO_DECODING,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_EQUAL,
V(15, 200, 1006, 0), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1139503");
/* Bug 1213107: D3D9 crashes with ATI cards on Windows 7. */
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_RANGE(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_HARDWARE_VIDEO_DECODING,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_BETWEEN_INCLUSIVE,
V(8, 861, 0, 0), V(8, 862, 6, 5000), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1213107_1",
"Radeon driver > 8.862.6.5000");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_RANGE(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::AtiAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_WEBGL_ANGLE,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_BETWEEN_INCLUSIVE,
V(8, 861, 0, 0), V(8, 862, 6, 5000), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1213107_2",
"Radeon driver > 8.862.6.5000");
/* This may not be needed at all */
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows7, DeviceFamily::Bug1155608,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_HARDWARE_VIDEO_DECODING,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_LESS_THAN,
V(8, 15, 10, 2869), "FEATURE_FAILURE_INTEL_W7_HW_DECODING");
/* Bug 1203199/1092166: DXVA startup crashes on some intel drivers. */
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST(OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::IntelAll,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_HARDWARE_VIDEO_DECODING,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION,
DRIVER_BUILD_ID_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL, 2849,
"FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1203199_1",
"Intel driver > X.X.X.2849");
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST2(
OperatingSystem::Windows, DeviceFamily::Nvidia8800GTS,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_HARDWARE_VIDEO_DECODING,
nsIGfxInfo::FEATURE_BLOCKED_DRIVER_VERSION, DRIVER_EQUAL,
V(9, 18, 13, 4052), "FEATURE_FAILURE_BUG_1203199_2");
/* Bug 1137716: XXX this should really check for the matching Intel piece as
* well. Unfortunately, we don't have the infrastructure to do that */
APPEND_TO_DRIVER_BLOCKLIST_RANGE_GPU2(
OperatingSystem::Windows7,