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  1. #1
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    CPU temperture?

    Im trying to use motherboard monitor to keep track of my CPU temperture but when i run it it shows sensor1, 2 & 3 all reading 0 degrees. Also its not showing/reading the voltages(Core voltage and the rest etc...)either!

    It says on this link that my toshiba m200 supports a case sensor and CPU sensor too..(www.mbm.livewiredev.com/comp/toshiba.html) Am i missing something?


    Thanks in advance,
    meniscus

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    Try using Speedfan and see what that shows.
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    Yes speedfan is showing me all the tempertures! The problem is that im using motherboard monitor in conjunction with c# to group the temperture readings. Any idea why it would be working with speedfan and not with motherboard monitor?

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    I thought the guy stopped working on MBM about a year ago (possibly things changed and he went back to it). Likely it just does not support your board too well.
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    MBM supported list states:
    Toshiba Portege M200 C81
    There are at least three variations of M200 listed at Toshiba U.S.
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    Oh theres 3 versions is there! thats probably the reason so..
    Thanks anyway,
    meniscus

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