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Can't use ATITools though.

Oh well. Sacrifices we make to use 64 bit OS's. I'll live.

ATITool sorta works. You should be able to open it and move the OC sliders around (at least I can on my machine) but the artifact scanning stuff and the fuzzy cube that spins around won't display.

But really, you should be able to just use Rivatuner for everything.
     
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yup, hehe

btw HWmonitor over @ www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php works fine too and it shows all your temps/volts

nice one ....that works a treat !!!!
now i can see gpu & cpu temps in the same window
+1 for u my friend
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nice one ....that works a treat !!!!
now i can see gpu & cpu temps in the same window
+1 for u my friend
shibby! my first +rep
<3 you, hehe

And ATItool works fine on my pc, I just loose one USB controller if I install it (meaning those USB ports only run @ USB1.1), so I unistalled it again
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shibby! my first +rep
<3 you, hehe

And ATItool works fine on my pc, I just loose one USB controller if I install it (meaning those USB ports only run @ USB1.1), so I unistalled it again
It works.. kinda?

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use the new core temp 0.97.1 from http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/ it works natively in vista X64 (aka the driver is now signed)

now it makes me laugh all who said to disable UAC as that would make zero difference in disabling it, the correct way to do it through command prompt is (windows key+R, then type in cmd and press enter)
input:

bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS


However, I have had issues with it not actually disabling it, so the best way I have is to reboot pc press F8 (like going to safe mode) and there is an option to disable driver signing on that menu.
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use the new core temp 0.97.1 from http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/ it works natively in vista X64 (aka the driver is now signed)

now it makes me laugh all who said to disable UAC as that would make zero difference in disabling it, the correct way to do it through command prompt is (windows key+R, then type in cmd and press enter)
input:

bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS


However, I have had issues with it not actually disabling it, so the best way I have is to reboot pc press F8 (like going to safe mode) and there is an option to disable driver signing on that menu.
You are partially correct; you must first remove several KB updates before you run bcdedit; see also that section of my guide for an exact walkthrough.

You could first try just booting up with driver signing disabled, via the "safe mode type" selection screen, before you permanantly disable it
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You are partially correct; you must first remove several KB updates before you run bcdedit; see also that section of my guide for an exact walkthrough.

You could first try just booting up with driver signing disabled, via the "safe mode type" selection screen, before you permanantly disable it
I did not have to uninstall them to get the permanent disable to work, I just changed something so it stopeed working
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use the new core temp 0.97.1 from http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/ it works natively in vista X64 (aka the driver is now signed)

now it makes me laugh all who said to disable UAC as that would make zero difference in disabling it, the correct way to do it through command prompt is (windows key+R, then type in cmd and press enter)
input:

bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS


However, I have had issues with it not actually disabling it, so the best way I have is to reboot pc press F8 (like going to safe mode) and there is an option to disable driver signing on that menu.
TY +REP.
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I did not have to uninstall them to get the permanent disable to work, I just changed something so it stopeed working
What did you change?
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What did you change?
I don't even remember were talking over a year ago... since then I just use the F8 trick and it works like a charm.... and since I only restart my computer maybe once every 3 months it's not a very big deal for me(feb 2007)
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